Grace Kennedy

UPDATE: Highway now open after several hour closure at Herrling Island

Westbound traffic is stopped, and some cars have been seen driving the wrong way on the highway

Harrison Festival releases line-up for fall season

The 31st annual Season of Performing Arts will be kicking off Oct. 18

Supernatural fundraiser coming to Kilby this October

The Vancouver Supernatural Group will be investigating paranormal activity at the historic site

Agassiz pawn shop ordered to pay thousands due to ‘criminal interest rate’

Pioneer Trading Post charged 25% interest a month, similar to other pawn shops in the region

Harrison businesses ask to restrict beach barbecues

A petition to council says barbecues and tents are impacting local businesses

‘Unauthorized items’ found during search at Mountain Institution

A six-day lockdown at the Agassiz prison is now over

Agassiz couple to open Chilliwack brewery next spring

Bricklayer Brewing will be one of the newest breweries in the Five Corners redevelopment

Qwólts Park now officially open in Harrison

The new park by the flood pump incorporates Sts’ailes heritage into the community

UPDATE: Harrison break-and-enter ends in car fire

Police say the car was stolen from Muddy Waters cafe, and abandoned on Driftwood Ave

VIDEO: Sts’ailes, Harrison welcome first nation flag as permanent part of the village

The ceremony was a mark of positive relations, friendship between the first nation and the village

Province presses Hemlock Utility Services on massive water fee increase

The water utility provider was questioned on ‘managment fees,’ its loan and its rate of increase

Agassiz’s Mountain Institution on lockdown

The lockdown began on Tuesday, Sept. 3

George Takei visits B.C. Japanese internment museum

Hope’s Tashme Museum commemorates the history of Tashme internment camp

Kent prison employees invited to anniversary gathering

The event will take place in Chilliwack on Oct. 5

Harrison lagoon re-opens to swimmers

The lagoon had been closed temporarily because of high levels of E. coli

First Nations, anglers gather at Cheam Fishing Village to dispel tension during tough season

A message of unity was common, but one cautioned tensions would get worse before they got better

RCMP urge caution for back to school drivers

Police are asking drivers to slow down and watch for pedestrians

Harrison Lagoon closed due to E. coli

Water samples tested too high for the bacteria

UPDATE: Police response on Cheam First Nation a ‘non-event’, RCMP say

More than two dozen RCMP and ERT vehicles were at the First Nation looking for a known fugitive

Kent quarry opposition receives federal support

Green Party leader Elizabeth May wrote to the provincial government to oppose the quarry application