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Although she was born in Alberta’s oil country, Sarah considers herself a B.C. girl, having grown up in Chetwynd – a small community in the province’s northeast corner. After graduating high school and losing her mother to breast cancer, Sarah traversed the countryside before landing in Regina, Sask., where she completed a journalism degree. Moving back to beautiful B.C. in 2010, Sarah worked as a freelance journalist in the Lower Mainland and as a communications specialist before having her daughter in 2013. In May 2016, Sarah and her family joined the wave of young families moving from the GVA into the Fraser Valley when they purchased a house in Agassiz. In 2017, Sarah joined The Chilliwack Progress as a multi-media journalist and is now the lead journalist for The Hope Standard.
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