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Archaeology uncovers buried Sts’ailes history

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

Kilby painting festival wraps up with award-winning art

Kilby Historic Site hosted 26 painters over the three day festival

Hope’s Wheeled Wild Women hit the road for cancer research

Group of friends ready for the 200-km bike trek that ends in Hope

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PHOTOS: Paintings return to Kilby for fifth annual festival

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

VIDEO: Masterpieces begin to take shape at Hope’s chainsaw competition

More than a dozen chainsaw carvers, including one 14-year-old carver, taking part in four-day event

Hope group launches photo contest for volunteers

Gems of Hope can be found all through the area, say contest organizers

First sunflower festival in Abbotsford sprouts-off this weekend

Growth of Chilliwack and Richmond festivals served as inspiration for Maan Farm

Donations pile up for B.C. boy who lost hand in ATV crash

Organizers raised more than twice the amount of money they were hoping for

  • Aug 14, 2019

Sunflower Festival set to bloom in Abbotsford

Event, opening on Aug. 16, includes photo opps and U-pick field

  • Aug 14, 2019

Finishing touches for Hope benches

Carved benches get a bit of TLC prior to carving competition

International carvers coming to Hope’s Memorial Park

Competition includes main chainsaw carving event, speed carving, salmon barbecue and more

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

Justin Goodrich elected new chair of UFV board of governors

Former graduate is first to serve as chair of both Alumni Association and board

  • Aug 11, 2019

Lanterns light up Lightning Lake in Manning Park

Event drew in about 800 spectators as handmade lanterns floated across water

Agassiz to welcome two little libraries next spring

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

Grace Baptist in Hope offers up free family nights of fun

Games, food and more planned for August family nights

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

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

QUIZ: Put your knowledge of British Columbia to the test

In honour of B.C. Day, take this short quiz and see how much you know about our province

UFV seeks nominations for Betty Urquhart award

Winning project, person, or organization must have had a significant impact on the community

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