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Life-saving devices are becoming an important part of emergency preparedness.
Plans to expand the Kilby Historic Site Campground have temporarily been put on hold due to a lack of funding.
'...it’s something that pushes you out of our comfort zone and lets you find who you can be.'
Fraser Valley Dragon Boat Club is hosting its 12th annual Harrison Dragon Boat Regatta July 23.
After nearly four decades of providing culturally diverse art, the 38th annual Harrison Festival of the Arts is only days away.
The Harrison Mills Canada Post office is working to repair damages done to the office after a break in last Tuesday (June 28) night.
A new "playbox" in Pioneer Park in Agassiz, is aimed at promoting healthier living.
Despite being present in nearly every city or town, foodbanks seem to be one of the most forgotten aspects of every community.
Cultural significance of Sts'ailes tradition being rediscovered and shared.
June 21 means the first day of summer for most people, but for Canada’s indigenous people it also means Aboriginal Day.
Residents of Gallagher Landing cite safety concerns in appeal to council.
With flood season approaching fast, a new Floodplain Management Bylaw is in the works at the District of Kent.
Members of the Agassiz chapter of the Elks Club competed in the Elk’s National Darts Championships held in Okotoks, Alta., recently.
The Agassiz-Harrison Healthy Communities Committee is opening a Community Information Service Area at Cheam Village.
Friends of an Agassiz woman are raising funds for her family after she passed away on May 24 due to complications from surgery.
After decades of ownership, Betty Anne Faulkner is stepping away from Sandpiper Golf Course and the Pretty Estates Resort.
Harrison Hot Springs is joining dozens of communities, cities and regions around British Columbia to recognize National Tourism Week.
Anne J. Steves’ work will be on display at the Ranger Station Gallery from June 5 to July 1.
The festival is on May 27 and 28 on Seabird Island. Games are from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days.
Members of the Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation are raising awareness one step at a time across B.C., and all the way to Banff, Alta.