Grace Kennedy

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

Archaeology uncovers buried Sts’ailes history

The second annual UBC field school saw students excavating a village on traditional Sts’ailes land

Kennedy, Cartier Roads could see upgrade in Kent’s next budget

Residents living and working on Kennedy Road wrote to complain about the dust from the gravel

Evacuation route out of Harrison inches forward

The District of Kent approved a nearly $19,000 proposal to look at three routes out of the village

Water fee increase for Hemlock Valley waiting on written hearing

Residents will get until Sept. 17 to provide their comments and concerns

Autism counselling centre could be coming to Agassiz

A rezoning application for a home on Pioneer Avenue could pave the way for the education centre

Bands on the Beach returns to Harrison for long weekend

The ninth annual two-day concert will be taking place this September

Kilby painting festival wraps up with award-winning art

Kilby Historic Site hosted 26 painters over the three day festival

PHOTOS: Paintings return to Kilby for fifth annual festival

The Plein Air Festival will be taking place at the historic site all weekend

Cougar spotted in Seabird Island

Residents are asked to report all sightings to conservation

Agassiz, Harrison churches come together to tackle homelessness

A new group is developing a resource centre to connect the homeless to local services

Repairs recommended for Harrison bridges, roads, transportation plan says

The plan outlines which roads need urgent repairs; what Harrison can do to be more bike-friendly

Harrison to buy $130K skate rink for this winter

The synthetic outdoor rink will be paid for through RMI funds

Parking concerns plague proposed Harrison land sale

Harrison’s overflow parking lot could be sold to help pay for a proposed cultural hub

Sts’ailes invites adults to become engaged in Halq’eméylem with new video series

‘Qw’oqwel te Qw’oqwel’ gives language learners an immersive way to learn Halq’eméylem

Agassiz to welcome two little libraries next spring

The Friends of the Library is working to bring two library kiosks to parks in Agassiz

Parliament of Owls to return to Agassiz concert series for second year

The concert will be the third time Agassiz-raised Andrew Christopher is playing in the park

Harrison artist sends new mural to Children’s Hospital

Max Newhouse has completed his third mural for the BC Children’s Hospital