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Gwynne Vaughan Plant Sale a perennial favourite

Annual sale and garden event includes strawberry tea, sales and live music June 1

Agassiz student artists awarded for creativity, talent at gallery reception

The Young at Art show allowed patrons to pick eight students for eight different awards

VIDEO: Powwow shares culture at Seabird Island Festival

The 50th anniversary of the festival saw its first powwow

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Sts'ailes Health presents Qw'oqwel te Qw'oqwel: Kwu:kw (
Angela Murphy holds first book reading at Sts'ailes Community School
Agassiz remembers Montague White-Fraser
Agassiz farm welcomes vet to identify baby barn owls

Seabird Island opens 50th annual festival

The weekend festival will see First Nations teams compete in soccer, three-pitch and canoe races

Local UFV employee’s efforts earn her a Staff Excellence award

Michelle Vandepol was one of two 2019 UFV Staff Excellence award recipients

  • May 24, 2019

The luckiest man in Agassiz finds more than 200 four-leaf clovers

Walt Hardinge has found more than 219 four-or-more leaf clovers this spring alone

Improve your life and theirs, adopt a cat from the BC SPCA

The BC SPCA holds an adult cat adoption promotion

Agassiz-Harrison Museum showcases refreshed galleries, exhibits

The museum opened for the season on the May long weekend

No crackers for quackers: Hope resident warns fellow locals to not feed wild birds

‘You should not feed wildlife anything—they don’t need it,’ Wildlife Rescue Association says

Chilliwack garden party planned for African organization

Christa Roby of Health in Motion for Africa back home for fundraiser

CIVL-FM campus radio station in Abbotsford expands to Chilliwack

Station based at University of the Fraser Valley receives approval to operate new transmitter

  • May 17, 2019

Fraser Valley student’s superhero tale launches school library section

Idea of Ben Vallee, 10, inspires other young writers at Abbotsford school

Long-time Harrison resident ‘always found the best in people’

Myrna Campbell passed away in November, leaving behind a legacy of hard work and good will

VIDEO: Quadriplegic man takes flight over Harrison Mills

Jim Ryan hasn’t moved his arms or legs for three years, but that didn’t stop him from paragliding

Chawathil First Nation Canada’s first community with self-healing road

Created in B.C., self-healing concrete can be used anywhere, lasts longer, is a greener option

B.C. SPCA reminds public to travel safely with pets this summer

“We recommend that pets are kept inside the vehicle in a secured crate or restrained with a dog seatbelt.”

PHOTOS: Agassiz Christian School gets into the super hero spirit with school play

‘The Agape League’ performances took place on Friday, May 10 for friends and family

Ranger Station Gallery showcases student art for Kent, Harrison

The Young at Art show will be on at the gallery until May 26

Harrison Social Club celebrates 15 years

The club has been gathering seniors for more than a decade to drink coffee, play games and socialize

Nature and exercise combine for UFV study

UFV student seeks cancer survivors in Chilliwack and Abbotsford areas, living with anxiety