Harrison Hot Springs

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VIDEO: Stay cool, Harrison!

Harrison Hot Springs firefighters put together an impromptu splash park at the…

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Agassiz-Harrison was the only local health region in the Fraser Health region with no new cases of COVID-19 in the past week. (Screenshot/BCCDC)

No new COVID-19 cases this past week in Agassiz-Harrison

There have been 234 cases recorded locally so far this year

Agassiz-Harrison was the only local health region in the Fraser Health region with no new cases of COVID-19 in the past week. (Screenshot/BCCDC)
Filling certified lifeguard positions seems to be the main sticking point that holds the Harrison Hot Springs Public Mineral Pool back from returning to regular, pre-COVID hours. (Adam Louis/Observer)

Chilliwack-Kent MLA, management brainstorm ideas to reopen Harrison’s public mineral pool

Paddon recently met with resort management to collaborate on staffing solutions

Filling certified lifeguard positions seems to be the main sticking point that holds the Harrison Hot Springs Public Mineral Pool back from returning to regular, pre-COVID hours. (Adam Louis/Observer)
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Community Camera: July 22, 2022

The Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge stands above the Fraser River on a peaceful day.…

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LETTER: Never abandon a campfire

Dear Editor: On Sunday, July 17, 9:45 a.m., my wife and I…

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3 new cases of COVID-19 in Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC report

COVID-19 cases remain low presently

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The corner of Highways 7 and 9 is about to be developed. The proposed building would include a restaurant, gas bar and car wash. (Adam Louis/Observer)

District Council OKs business development on highway corner

The corner of Hwys 7 and 9 is being developed

The corner of Highways 7 and 9 is about to be developed. The proposed building would include a restaurant, gas bar and car wash. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Cupcake, pictured here snoozing at Marine Mammal Rescue, passed away after 22 days in care. He was rescued from Harrison Lake in mid-June. (Photo/Marine Mammal Rescue)

Cupcake, harbour seal pup rescued in Harrison Lake, has died

Cupcake was in the care of Marine Mammal Rescue for 22 days before passing away

Cupcake, pictured here snoozing at Marine Mammal Rescue, passed away after 22 days in care. He was rescued from Harrison Lake in mid-June. (Photo/Marine Mammal Rescue)
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SD78 Superintendent applauds community for resilience in tough years

Fraser-Cascade School District 78 Superintendent Balan Moorthy recently penned a letter to…

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Community Camera: July 15, 2022

Submit your Community Camera photos to news@ahobserver.com

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A friendly Sasquatch greets visitors outside the Harrison Hot Springs Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum. (File Photo)

LOUIS: Old Harrison Visitor Centre ends on a sour note

They say the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. I…

A friendly Sasquatch greets visitors outside the Harrison Hot Springs Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum. (File Photo)
The small dog park is located off of Pixley Lane and gives a place for dogs under 30 pounds to play. (Adam Louis/Observer)

District of Kent creates separate off-leash parks for small, big dogs

Small dogs are classified as 30 lbs or lighter

The small dog park is located off of Pixley Lane and gives a place for dogs under 30 pounds to play. (Adam Louis/Observer)
Agassiz-Harrison has recorded only one new case of COVID-19 between July 3 and 9. (Graphics/Adam Louis)

One case of COVID-19 reported in Agassiz-Harrison: BCCDC

July 3 to 9 sees only minimal local COVID activity

Agassiz-Harrison has recorded only one new case of COVID-19 between July 3 and 9. (Graphics/Adam Louis)
The Harrison Public Mineral Pool remains closed as of publication. Management at Harrison Hot Springs Resort says a lack of certified lifeguards is keeping the pool closed. In mid-May, it was announced the pool would be open on weekends with plans to expand hours in the near future. (Adam Louis/Observer)
The Harrison Public Mineral Pool remains closed as of publication. Management at Harrison Hot Springs Resort says a lack of certified lifeguards is keeping the pool closed. In mid-May, it was announced the pool would be open on weekends with plans to expand hours in the near future. (Adam Louis/Observer)
499 Hot Springs Road, the former home of the Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum, is taped off as of Monday morning. The building is to be demolished and removed, making room for a new, larger building for the Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum once more. (Photo/John Allen)

Village officials OK demolition, removal of former Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum: report

Demolition of the old Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum in Harrison Hot…

499 Hot Springs Road, the former home of the Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum, is taped off as of Monday morning. The building is to be demolished and removed, making room for a new, larger building for the Visitor Centre and Sasquatch Museum once more. (Photo/John Allen)
A drummer from Uzume Taiko plays a taiko drum during the opening concert of the first full day of the 43rd annual Harrison Festival of the Arts on Saturday, July 9. (Adam Louis/Observer) [July 9, 2022]

PHOTOS: After two years, Harrison Festival of the Arts returns to Harrison Lake beachfront

Hundreds of festival-goers welcomed the iconic Harrison Festival back with open arms

A drummer from Uzume Taiko plays a taiko drum during the opening concert of the first full day of the 43rd annual Harrison Festival of the Arts on Saturday, July 9. (Adam Louis/Observer) [July 9, 2022]
The Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge was among the most dangerous areas for motorists in 2021, according to the latest data from ICBC. (File Photo)

The most dangerous roads in Agassiz-Harrison 2021

Agassiz-Harrison Bridge is number 2

The Agassiz-Rosedale Bridge was among the most dangerous areas for motorists in 2021, according to the latest data from ICBC. (File Photo)
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LETTER: Parking incident in Harrison was misunderstood

This letter is in response to “Parking enforcement sours Harrison experience,” published…

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A bird’s-eye view of Schep Park’s playground. The rubberized surface will be made from more than 3,000 recycled tires. (Contributed Photo/TSBC)

Schep Park’s playground to receive rubberized resurfacing

More than 3,000 recycled tires will be used on project funded by Tire Stewardship grant

A bird’s-eye view of Schep Park’s playground. The rubberized surface will be made from more than 3,000 recycled tires. (Contributed Photo/TSBC)
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Community Camera: July 8, 2022

An eaglet with a touch of bed-head peeks out from a nest…

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