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Bev Kennedy of the Agassiz-Harrison Historical Society board of directors demonstrates tongue-in-cheek how to hold a tea cup for guests at the fifth annual Dickens Tea fundraiser at Cheam Village Saturday afternoon.

Un-Dickens Tea on tap for Agassiz Harrison Museum

Deadline for order placement is Nov. 28.

 

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Agassiz Speedway hosts food drive for AHCS

Food, toys, cash and more accepted at Super Valu in Agassiz, Nov. 28

 

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Exterior Christmas decorators wanted Agassiz Seniors Community

Call to action to brighten the upcoming holiday season for isolated seniors

 

Kelli Paddon, signing her name on screen in centre, is sworn in as the Chilliwack-Kent MLA by Premier John Horgan on Nov. 24, 2020. (Screenshot)
Kelli Paddon, signing her name on screen in centre, is sworn in as the Chilliwack-Kent MLA by Premier John Horgan on Nov. 24, 2020. (Screenshot)
RCMP detatchments across the UFVRD are participating in Stuff the Cruiser this year. Last year, Agassiz’s detachment gathered more than 1,000 pounds of food and $1,500 to benefit the local food bank, which surpassed that year’s expectations. (File Photo)

Agassiz ‘Stuff The Cruiser’ event canceled this year

The annual tradition of giving and love continues with the Agassiz RCMP…

RCMP detatchments across the UFVRD are participating in Stuff the Cruiser this year. Last year, Agassiz’s detachment gathered more than 1,000 pounds of food and $1,500 to benefit the local food bank, which surpassed that year’s expectations. (File Photo)
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COVID-19: District of Kent responds to provincial health restrictions

CRCC limits schedule, Municipal Hall offers alternate services for those unable to wear masks

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The Small Works display features work from local artists on wood panels. Panels are available at Ranger Station Art Gallery (File Photo)

Small Works submission deadline approaching

Ranger Station Art Gallery seeks local artists for upcoming display

The Small Works display features work from local artists on wood panels. Panels are available at Ranger Station Art Gallery (File Photo)
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Snow Angels seek volunteers

As winter is coming, volunteer shovelers are wanted

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Premier John Horgan and Minister of Finance Carole James announce B.C.’s Economic Recovery Plan during a press conference at Phillips Brewery in Victoria, B.C., on Sept. 17, 2020. (The Canadian Press/Chad Hipolito)

Agassiz, Harrison get funding in economic restart cash from upper levels of government

FVRD gets $1.36 million out of $425 million distributed provincewide

Premier John Horgan and Minister of Finance Carole James announce B.C.’s Economic Recovery Plan during a press conference at Phillips Brewery in Victoria, B.C., on Sept. 17, 2020. (The Canadian Press/Chad Hipolito)
B.C. Education Minister and MLA-Elect Kelli Paddon join a chorus of voices calling for the resignation of Chilliwack school trustee Barry Neufeld. (File photo)

B.C. Education minister, Chilliwack-Kent MLA-elect call for Neufeld to step down

Kelli Paddon, Rob Fleming condemn Neufeld’s latest derogatory rant comments

B.C. Education Minister and MLA-Elect Kelli Paddon join a chorus of voices calling for the resignation of Chilliwack school trustee Barry Neufeld. (File photo)
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PHOTOS: Agassiz-Harrison celebrates autumn

Submit your community photos to news@ahobserver.com.

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MLA-elect Kelli Paddon posted on Facebook on Thursday, Nov. 19, standing against those sending her explicit and inappropriate messages through the social media platform. (File Photo)

‘Let’s do better’: MLA-elect Paddon fights back against online sexism, harassment

Kelli Paddon decries explicit messages, pictures directed at her

MLA-elect Kelli Paddon posted on Facebook on Thursday, Nov. 19, standing against those sending her explicit and inappropriate messages through the social media platform. (File Photo)
Renegade Prospectors co-founders Rick Curiston and Tina Francis pose near Cayoosh Creek. Former Agassiz resident Curiston recently celebrated one year sober from alcohol and eight years drug-free, loving his new lease on life, family and their love for treasure hunting. (Contributed Photo/Tina Francis)

Former Agassiz DJ turned prospector finds treasure, renewed life in Lillooet

Eight years drug-free, Rick Curiston reflects on his passion for agate, gold hunting

Renegade Prospectors co-founders Rick Curiston and Tina Francis pose near Cayoosh Creek. Former Agassiz resident Curiston recently celebrated one year sober from alcohol and eight years drug-free, loving his new lease on life, family and their love for treasure hunting. (Contributed Photo/Tina Francis)
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District officials urge wearing masks amid second wave

Mayor Sylvia Pranger delivers timely reminders

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Ranger Station hosts ‘Nothing Without Us’

Display featuring artists living with disabilites is on until Dec. 7

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Organizers of the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival have decided to end the event after more than 20 years. (Bob Friesen File Photo)

Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival is now self-guided tour

Photographers, birdwatchers quietly observe area eagles

Organizers of the Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival have decided to end the event after more than 20 years. (Bob Friesen File Photo)
Agassiz Christian School students placed painted rocks around Agassiz the day before Remembrance Day. The rocks are painted with red poppies and could be seen all over the townsite, including the library, the Observer office and the Cenotaph itself. (Contributed photos/Melanie Victor)

Youth carry Remembrance Day torch this year

Amid pandemic, local young people spread the solemn message

Agassiz Christian School students placed painted rocks around Agassiz the day before Remembrance Day. The rocks are painted with red poppies and could be seen all over the townsite, including the library, the Observer office and the Cenotaph itself. (Contributed photos/Melanie Victor)
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Community Garden flourished this year

All plots are full, expansion for next year is already full, too

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A drone's-eye view of the Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge, as shot by Ryan Dyck. Dyck runs a YouTube channel called Shutter Speed Network, featuring a number of his videography and photography projects from across the Lower Mainland. He currently has 1,600 subscribers. (Screenshot/Shutter Speed Network)

WATCH: Drone footage offers spectacular view of Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge

Local photographer Ryan Dyck’s footage caught the eye of local social media

A drone's-eye view of the Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge, as shot by Ryan Dyck. Dyck runs a YouTube channel called Shutter Speed Network, featuring a number of his videography and photography projects from across the Lower Mainland. He currently has 1,600 subscribers. (Screenshot/Shutter Speed Network)
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Safety while shopping especially important during holidays

Common sense tips, provincial regulations should be adhered to during tough second wave

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