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Green party leader, local candidate visit Harrison in riding ‘lightning tour’

Elizabeth May and husband John Kidder stopped by the Harrison Corner Cafe for a townhall Friday

Korean tradition mixes with electric sound for Harrison Festival performance

Black String will be playing on the beach stage during the Festival of the Arts

Harrison to develop single-use plastic bylaw in advance of federal legislation

The village is also considering adding water bottle refill stations at a cost of $18K

Harrison considers using taxes to help fund medical clinic

Residents will have until mid-September to express their opposition

Kent looking to finally build emergency route out of Harrison

The district is asking for proposals that will look at three possible routes from the village

Harrison Festival to open with film night for the first time

The Festival is bringing back film to its line up, with this year’s showing of ‘RUMBLE’

Todd Richard features Harrison students, Sasquatch in latest video

The local country musician’s song ‘Live Your Life’ incorporates iconography from all of Harrison

Single-vehicle crash sends driver down embankement near Harrison

The long weekend incident saw the driver airlifted from the scene

Two rescued after late night SeaDoo ride on Harrison River

KHSAR went out to locate the pair in the early hours of July 2

Fraser-Cascade school board approves $10,000 raise

The school board hasn’t seen a major increase since 1994, trustees said

ACE principal to teach young educators how to understand at-risk youth

Sandy Balascak will be teaching a UBCO course this summer, with help from some ACE students

Severe thunderstorm possible for Fraser Valley

Environment Canada has put out a watch for the Fraser Valley and Fraser Canyon

Fake oxycodone, synthetic cannabinoids, fentanyl found near Agassiz, Seabird Island

Seabird Island Band put out a warning about the drugs

Approval for AirBnB-style rentals in Kent delayed after public hearing

Staff will be taking the bylaw amendments back for a closer look before final adoption

UPDATE: ‘Spontaneous combustion’ likely cause of fire at mushroom composting facility on Lougheed Highway

First responders were at the blaze near the Skawahlook First Nation Tuesday

Wildfire threatens weekend campers at Chehalis Lake

The fire started on the north side of Chehalis Lake Saturday

Agassiz author pens a kingly book

Long-time writer and producer Alexander Hamilton-Brown just finished his first novel

Q&A: Sts’ailes medal winner talks about school, success and Indigenous perspectives

Leanne Julian was the Lieutenant Governor medal winner for her work with Indigenous knowledge at UFV

After 30 years, Agassiz’s Miss Marge set to retire from Variety Play

From 1989 to today, Miss Marge has taken generations of kids through the district play program

Harrison Hot Springs to consider single-use plastics ban

Village staff will come back to council with a report on what a possible ban could look like