Grace Kennedy

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

Harrison yoga teacher to offer ‘no limitations,’ all-day yoga session

The day will feature classes by different yoga teachers from the area

B.C. First Nations call for closure to commercial, recreational fishing on Fraser River

The B.C. Assembly of First Nations is asking for a closure until the slide at Big Bar can be removed

Hemlock Valley could see 600% increase for water fees

Hemlock Valley residents oppose the proposed change, calling the increase ‘outrageous’ and unfair

UPDATE: Seabird Island waiting for DFO approval on fishing plan

It has been ‘extremely complex and troubling’ to come to an agreement with the DFO, band says

Two taken to hospital after midnight boat crash on Harrison Lake

RCMP and SAR teams were called out to Echo Island over the long weekend

Painting festival to return to Kilby with record number of artists

The annual Plein Air Festival will be at the historic site from Aug. 16 to 18

COLUMN: Pregnancy is stressful, hospitals shouldn’t add to it

Agassiz editor Grace Kennedy shares her thoughts on the latest updates from Chilliwack maternity

Agassiz RCMP staffing in limbo over funding

The Agassiz RCMP needs another member, but Kent council thinks the province should pay for it

Harrison carver tries again for tree house education centre

25 years later, Werner Streicek is hoping to bring his education centre to life on Hot Springs Road

Harrison welcomes dragon boaters for 15th annual regatta

The Harrison Dragon Boat Regatta saw thousands come out to watch the competition

Outlaws and Lace coming to Agassiz’s Twilight Concert Series

The local country band will be playing at the upcoming concert on Aug. 1

VIDEO: Pups share message of self-regulation at Sts’ailes book reading

Angela Murphy was at Sts’ailes Community School for a reading of her first book ‘Speak Up Wonder Pup’

Tractor exhaust pipe causes fire on Agassiz field

Agassiz fire crews were on scene around 1 p.m. Tuesday

Still no decision on cannabis stores in Kent following public hearing

Staff will be bringing the bylaws back to council to include new amendments for location

VIDEO: Agassiz farm spreads awareness for barn owls

Miel Bernstein hopes others will learn how they can help the threatened owl species

Okan brings Cuban rhythm to Harrison Festival of the Arts

The Cuban band from Toronto will be performing a concert and holding a workshop

Sts’ailes drum making coming to Harrison Festival

The workshop has been happening for years, bringing Indigenous teachings to the festival

VIDEO: Agassiz remembers local officer at grave-marking ceremony

Montague White-Fraser had been buried in the Old Cemetery for 92 years without a headstone