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COVID-19 impact on tourism communities like Harrison ‘devastating’

Government, resident support crucial for small business survival

Fraser Valley Regional District: A COVID-19 contact guide

Business hours as usual, service may be slower

Harrison Mayor: Visitors largely steered clear during Easter weekend

Coronavirus concerns, stern consistent message kept travelers at bay

Open houses discouraged as Chilliwack realtors look for a way forward

March saw strong sales but April likely to see lower numbers

Hang up – Local RCMP renews warning about tax season scammers

CRA agents will not ask for info via phone or email, RCMP warns

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Harrison Hot Springs Resort cuts off reservations amid COVID-19 concerns

Reservations will resume in May, according to current plan

Local Shoppers reserves opening hour for seniors, immuno-compromised people

Agassiz branch opens at 9 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 10 a.m. on Sunday

Tie them tight – local waste mangement urges COVID-19 safety

Office is closed but will be in operation remotely soon, Pioneer Disposal says

Edible straws one B.C. entrepreneur’s latest weapon in war against plastic

Kat Gellerman has spent more than 20 years working in the food business

Fraser Health: Clean bills across the board for Valley facilities

Large majority of facilites have great health inspection records, authority says.

Man arrested in Chilliwack was wanted for ramming police car in Abbotsford

Travis Bragg now faces more charges after dramatic takedown on March 2

VIDEO: Commercial construction projects booming in Hope

Dollar store, convenience store, gas stations and housing all planned for major route

YEAR IN REVIEW 2019: No more mobile vendors on Harrison beach

The Observer is taking a look back at some of our top headlines of 2019

  • Dec 29, 2019

YEAR IN REVIEW 2019: Harrison sees massive increase in winter tourists

The Observer is taking a look back at some of our top headlines of 2019

  • Dec 28, 2019

Hotel tax approved for Hope area accommodations

New two per cent hotel tax comes directly from room stays

West Coast Robotics breaks ground on new Agassiz facility

The Harrison Mills company is hoping to move to Agassiz by March 2020

Prospera and Westminster credit unions approved for proposed merger

Abbotsford- and Surrey-based companies now take matter to membership vote