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Two trailers destroyed during Sunday fire in Agassiz

The fire completely destroyed two trailers, and melted tarps several spots away

UPDATE: RCMP confirm man in his 30s shot dead in Chilliwack Sunday

RCMP have area surrounding downtown shooting scene blocked off, tent set up

Hope Ukulele Club
Ottawa-B.C. partner on $142 million salmon restoration fund
New Zealand PM: 'Our gun laws will change'
At least 40 killed in New Zealand mosque shootings

Sasquatch resort expansion to see revenue-sharing between province, Sts’ailes

The new agreement will see Sts’ailes come into a partnership with the resort, province

Chilliwack-Hope MP, Mark Strahl, introduces his first private members bill in House of Commons

Private member bills give MPs outside of Cabinet the opportunity to raise awareness, says Strahl

HATS’ Women of Distinction Awards gearing up to be big hit with Hope

A first-time event, Awards relied on community for nominations and netted 49 applications

UPDATE: Teenage suspect in Sardis shooting released without charges

Chilliwack RCMP seek witnesses and video of Feb. 28 incident on South Sumas

They may be small, but they’re mighty: new Hope club highlights the fun in playing ukes

The Hope Ukulele Club meets every second Friday at the Blue Moose Cafe

Uncovering the woman behind Harrison’s St. Alice Hotel

Alice Douglas may never have visited Harrison Hot Springs, but she helped launch its industries

Harrison Hot Springs increases parking fines to $100

The fine increase is intended to be a deterrent for offenders

Province needs to deal with wildfire smoke, Harrison says

Council voted to ask the province to look into the risks of smoke, and find ways to mitigate them

Chilliwack home sales continue sluggish pace in February

Last month’s numbers below the 10-year average while selling prices continue to stay high

B.C. Indigenous woman appointed to Canada’s gun advisory committee

First Nations and northern voices were both missing in discussions

Promontory ransacking makes up a third of vandalism costs

Elementary school vandalism event cost the district more than $20,000

UPDATE: Abbotsford teen rescued from water-filled ditch has died

Kyle Ruffell, 17, rescued in dramatic fashion in Chilliwack on Feb. 19 succumbed to his injuries

Hope SAR leads rescue of backcountry skier on Zoa Peak

The skier was reported missing Saturday afternoon and was located early Sunday morning

Students in Hope’s elementary schools showcase themselves

Students put themselves in spotlight by entering music contest, history fair

Name, not money, most valuable asset for Hope politicians in last year’s municipal election

Financial disclosure statements show local politicians don’t spend much on campaigns

Local veteran celebrates 100th birthday

Jack Lawrence’s life has been full of adventure and happiness