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Columnist Anne O'Brien

Celebrate Talk Like Shakespeare Day!

On Sunday, greet your friends, "Give you good day, Gentles all!"

Columnist Anne O'Brien
Columnist Anne O'Brien

Self-clean oven means clean it yourself

Could someone please explain to me the advantages of having a “self-clean” oven?

Columnist Anne O'Brien
District of Hope council has given the owner of 489 and 508 Trans-Canada Highway a deadline to perform upgrades or risk demolition.

District tells property owner to clean it up

Council has set an April 30 deadline for remediation action or face demolition.

District of Hope council has given the owner of 489 and 508 Trans-Canada Highway a deadline to perform upgrades or risk demolition.
Hope residents at Memorial Park during Remembrance Day. Hope has seen a 3.6 per cent increase in population numbers.

Hope sees moderate population growth

Hope is seeing more residents moving into town according to the latest Statistics Canada census data.

Hope residents at Memorial Park during Remembrance Day. Hope has seen a 3.6 per cent increase in population numbers.
Ice encrusts living and inanimate objects across the communities of Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs.

School closures will continue for Friday due to icy weather

Ice and mush wreak havoc on roadways leading to school closures for the schools in Fraser-Cascade SD78

Ice encrusts living and inanimate objects across the communities of Agassiz and Harrison Hot Springs.
Richard Ian Ellis.

BC Corrections warns of sex offender moving to Hope

Richard Ian Ellis says he wants to live in the community, prompting a notification.

Richard Ian Ellis.
Ice skating on Whonnock Lake in Maple Ridge.

Drone captures epic hockey game

The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.

Ice skating on Whonnock Lake in Maple Ridge.
Joe Smuin drives a symbolic last spike to mark the 100th anniversary of the completion of the Kettle Valley Railway line through Coquihalla Pass. Former Canadian Pacific employee Ray Daws

Coquihalla railway celebrates 100 years

Group an important 100th anniversary with a commemorative “last spike” ceremony.

Joe Smuin drives a symbolic last spike to mark the 100th anniversary of the completion of the Kettle Valley Railway line through Coquihalla Pass. Former Canadian Pacific employee Ray Daws
Hope Community Services' logo.

Hope Community Services hosting second event for parents

It will happen today at Chawathil First Nation 4-7 p.m.

Hope Community Services' logo.

Station House Project moves forward with request for blueprints; to move forward with exterior renovations

$217,000 allotted for exterior improvements to the legacy building

From left: Fraser Hope Lodge staff and residents Mimi Labossiere

Fundraising for a bus to improve seniors’ lives

Hope groups are raising funds to go towards a bus that will take seniors on outings.

From left: Fraser Hope Lodge staff and residents Mimi Labossiere
Hope's new editor X. Y. (Xuyun) Zeng will take over Erin Knutson starting this week.

New editor finds Hope

The Hope Standard has a new editor starting this week

Hope's new editor X. Y. (Xuyun) Zeng will take over Erin Knutson starting this week.
It was the official launch Friday by Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) with Plug in BC; for a new 'fast charge' station in Chilliwack. MLAs John Martin; and Laurie Throness; joined MP Mark Strahl; FVRD chair Sharon Gaetz; and a BC Hydro official.

Fanfare for the first-charge EV Station for Chilliwack and Boston Bar

The first-charging initiative by the Province of British Columbia, the Government of Canada, BC Hydro and various stakeholders.

It was the official launch Friday by Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) with Plug in BC; for a new 'fast charge' station in Chilliwack. MLAs John Martin; and Laurie Throness; joined MP Mark Strahl; FVRD chair Sharon Gaetz; and a BC Hydro official.
Telus crews worked on power lines

Telus crews fix power lines after rockslide Thursday

A rock slide west of Hope Flood Road closed Highway 1 east bound Thursday, as crews worked to clean up debris

Telus crews worked on power lines

History in Hope 1955

News from the police blotter; a good chance of life on planets; and traditionalists

Representatives from Science World in Vancouver

Taking science on the road

Representatives from Science World gave a presentation on the merit of modern day science to Silver Creek Elementary school children

Representatives from Science World in Vancouver

Learning from tragedy

Parents held their children a little tighter, after a tragic accident took a young life last week

Traffic blocked on Spuzzum bridge after accident

Traffic blocked on Spuzzum bridge after accident

After a truck jackknifed Saturday, the Trans-Canada Highway was closed briefly at the site of the accident

Traffic blocked on Spuzzum bridge after accident
Tim Van Horn passed through Hope mid-December on his way to the Pacific coast

Canadian Mosaic Project a visual masterpiece

Photographer traverses across Canada, creating a unique mosaic, representative of Canadian citizens.

Tim Van Horn passed through Hope mid-December on his way to the Pacific coast