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Local drivers thought their construction woes and delays were over.
But a few days ago, an unexpected road crew appeared.
Less than two weeks after council proudly proclaimed the opening of the new Kawkawa Bridge, crews from FortisBC were tearing up the road directly in front of it.
When ArtsBC announced its Community Arts Champions for 2011, nobody was more surprised than Diane Ferguson.
The award was only given out to three people – for their contributions to the development and promotion of the arts in their communities – and Ferguson was one of the winners.
“Actually, I was quite shocked,” she said.
After spending months working on the inside, Hope’s Sunshine Lanes is getting a facelift on the outside.
A two-man crew was in front of the local bowling alley, digging up, cleaning up and resurfacing the corner of the lot.
“It used to be a bunch of trees and shrubs, really overgrown, right on the corner,” said Drew Paton of Sunshine Lanes.
It was the first time in the school’s history that a band…
It appears unlikely that the Fraser River will be flooding anytime soon.Emergency…
You can't call it Boston Bar anymore, at least not for the…
Hope RCMP Staff Sergeant Dale Kjemhus has retired from the force.On June…
Grace Baptist Church is hosting a special event which could both inspire and move people.
Guest speaker Feather Janz will share her personal story in her presentation called My Journey Thru Breast Cancer.
Janz is a two-time breast cancer survivor. Her first diagnosis came in Abbotsford when she was just 23 years old.
Now that the new Kawkawa Bridge has officially opened, focus has shifted…
After years of debate and planning the new Kawkawa Lake Bridge was…
Fraser Canyon Hospital's emergency entrance is going to be safer and more…
The 2011 Scotiabank MS Walk, will take place in Hope on June…
A 43-year-old Hope man is in custody in connection with a weekend beating death.
The victim, 67-year-old Kenneth Ronald Paquette, a local First Nations artist, was often seen selling his works in town, usually in front of the Hope Hotel.
Paquette was found on Friday afternoon by Hope RCMP when they were called to an assault at the Thunderbird Motel, on Flood Hope Road.
He was rushed to hospital but succumbed to his injuries early Saturday morning.
The RCMP located a suspect in the assault on Friday night.
Geotechnical crews are busy working in the Sunshine Valley after a landslide crashed down on several homes last Thursday afternoon.
Trees, mud and other debris slid into four residences, one of which was occupied at the time.
No one was injured in the incident which occurred at about 5 p.m.
RCMP were on scene and performed a tactical evacuation on the homes – 15211 Cedar Blvd., 15171 Cedar Blvd. and 15131 Twig Terrace. The fourth address was unavailable.
Hope will establish a new Tourism Advisory Committee, while a proposed two…
Abbotsford will continue its quest to leave the Fraser Valley Regional District, and move to single tier governance.