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Flu shots are recommended for everyone aged six months or older. Both Agassiz and Kent have locations for people to get immunized. File Photo

Avoid the season’s bugs

Where Kent can get their shots

Flu shots are recommended for everyone aged six months or older. Both Agassiz and Kent have locations for people to get immunized. File Photo
UPDATE: Police found teen who went missing

UPDATE: Police found teen who went missing

16-year-old Keely Reeze Loewen from Hope missing since Monday

UPDATE: Police found teen who went missing
Fraser-Cascade School District 78 (SD78) receives money for youth program. X.Y. Zeng/Black Press

Fraser-Cascade School District recieves $20,000 from the Industry Training Authority.

Money provided for B.C. students to begin apprenticeships

Fraser-Cascade School District 78 (SD78) receives money for youth program. X.Y. Zeng/Black Press
Aboriginal education coordinator Rod Peters (right) presents his report on Aboriginal education at the Sept. 12 Fraser-Cascade School District 78 board meeting. (X. Y. Zeng photo)

Aboriginal education report released for Fraser-Cascade School District

Report presented on Sept. 12. highlights past projects

Aboriginal education coordinator Rod Peters (right) presents his report on Aboriginal education at the Sept. 12 Fraser-Cascade School District 78 board meeting. (X. Y. Zeng photo)
Delegates Jeff Kuhn and Dave Murphy speak to the school board on Sept. 12 about their proposal to install a track on the former C. E. Barry Intermediate School grounds. (X. Y. Zeng photo)

High financial surplus generates talk at first school board meeting

Fraser-Cascade School District 78’s (SD78) school board met on Sept. 12. Surpluses…

Delegates Jeff Kuhn and Dave Murphy speak to the school board on Sept. 12 about their proposal to install a track on the former C. E. Barry Intermediate School grounds. (X. Y. Zeng photo)
BC Cancer Foundation president and CEO Sarah Roth addresses the crowd at the start of this year’s Ride to Conquer Cancer. (Submitted photo)

Ride to Conquer Cancer to end in Hope starting 2018

It will continue to start in Cloverdale.

BC Cancer Foundation president and CEO Sarah Roth addresses the crowd at the start of this year’s Ride to Conquer Cancer. (Submitted photo)
Seabird/Agassiz team grabs top prize at Peters Family Memorial two-pitch tournament

Seabird/Agassiz team grabs top prize at Peters Family Memorial two-pitch tournament

Players from Chilliwack to Boston Bar gathered in Hope

Seabird/Agassiz team grabs top prize at Peters Family Memorial two-pitch tournament
Bus service will connect Hope to rest of Lower Mainland

Bus service will connect Hope to rest of Lower Mainland

Will stop in Agassiz and Seabird Island First Nations

Bus service will connect Hope to rest of Lower Mainland
It’s been a busy summer for School District 78 as they hire new teachers and prepare for the influx of students once again.

School District 78 busy filling teaching positions

Two new classrooms at Kent Elementary

It’s been a busy summer for School District 78 as they hire new teachers and prepare for the influx of students once again.
Brigitte Lochead carves in Memorial Park at the Chainsaw Carving Competition. (X. Y. Zeng photo)

Cook takes People’s Choice as judges give first prize to Foltz

Remember the buzz in Memorial Park?

Brigitte Lochead carves in Memorial Park at the Chainsaw Carving Competition. (X. Y. Zeng photo)
Judges at the Great Fraser Salmon BBQ Competition last Saturday. (Sharlene Harrison-Hinds photo)

Hope, B.C., Salmon BBQ Competition attracts record crowd numbers

Record numbers of people came to Memorial Park last weekend.

Judges at the Great Fraser Salmon BBQ Competition last Saturday. (Sharlene Harrison-Hinds photo)
PHOTOS: Chainsaw Carving Competition Day 2

PHOTOS: Chainsaw Carving Competition Day 2

Photos from Memorial Park as works of art start taking form

PHOTOS: Chainsaw Carving Competition Day 2
Eleven chainsaw artists competing in Memorial Park

Eleven chainsaw artists competing in Memorial Park

The event runs Thursday to Sunday.

Eleven chainsaw artists competing in Memorial Park
Volunteers move a log on the first day of the Chainsaw Carving Competition in Hope’s Memorial Park. (X.Y. Zeng photo)

PHOTOS: Chainsaw Carving Competition enters first day

The carvers are doing “blocking.”

Volunteers move a log on the first day of the Chainsaw Carving Competition in Hope’s Memorial Park. (X.Y. Zeng photo)
Pathways Addictions Resource Centre is approved to distribute kits containing the overdose-reversing Naloxone and train people to use them. image courtesy Gov’t of B.C.

SD78 Briefs, May 2

Fraser-Cascade School District 78 to put naloxone kits in schools

Pathways Addictions Resource Centre is approved to distribute kits containing the overdose-reversing Naloxone and train people to use them. image courtesy Gov’t of B.C.