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Regional Park hosts stargazing and camping event on August 12
A dog that was drowning in an Aldergrove pond is alive today thanks to a “guardian angel”
Otter Co-op is setting up collection of cash donations through the Co-op Community Fund boxes and tills
Human settlers created much of the pest problems we have in the lower mainland
Kodiaks have 50 points after 31 games, with the most wins in the league (25) and fewest losses (6), and are assured of a playoff spot
A TransLink bus crashed into three vehicles on Fraser Hwy. in Aldergrove Thursday morning.
8-2 win for the Kodiaks improved their standing to 30 points in 19 games (15 wins, four losses), and the best record in the league
Privacy, dignity, food quality among questions of Seniors Advocate (with VIDEO)
Sales, memberships in co-operative enjoyed large increases in 2015
"Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO" at Aldergrove Regional Park on Sunday, May 1.
"Breakout" has been formally adopted by the Pacific Junior Hockey League and Aldergrove Kodiaks are the first team to sign on
Small family business takes major provincial prize
A young female hockey player's satirical video clip on "Stupid questions female hockey players get asked" has gone viral.
Otter Co-op distributed $4.45 million in patronage refunds to thousands of their members during the annual Equity Days event, Sept. 17-19.
Equestrian athlete Lauren Barwick of Aldergrove has been named as a finalist in Sport B.C.’s Athlete of the Year Awards
Another great year of financial results for Otter Co-op has added up to four consecutive years of record growth
Big saves by the Mission City Outlaws' big keeper Jeffrey Veitch kept the Aldergrove Kodiaks to a 4-4 tie, Nov. 6
Kwantlen Nation was a beehive of activity Saturday for the grand opening ceremony of the beautiful new Kwantlen Cultural Centre.
Thunderous roars greeted the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley team at two Aldergrove schools
Alberta's Corb Lund has been following his own muse, creating and performing the kind of music that makes him a happy independent artist