Nina Grossman

Don’t agree on your property assessment? Here’s what to do

On average, only 1.3 per cent of BC homeowners appeal each year

Still hope for famous Ladysmith rhododendron after wind storm

Shrub ‘Lady Cynthia’ badly damaged during December wind storm

Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival explodes in popularity, draws thousands to Mission, Harrison Mills

Weather, news, social media contribute to high turnout, says president

B.C. teacher’s Amazing Race takes students on Canada-wide adventure

Agassiz high school students say they had the experience of a life time

Gas price drop expected to hit Fraser Valley today

Analyst says to take advantage, warns slight increase may follow

Record-breaking bald eagle numbers predicted near Agassiz

Biologist David Hancock says criteria is gathering for ‘perfect storm’

Tied: New Area-C director to be determined by draw

Annie Silver announced winner by single vote ahead of Wendy Bales before recount called

Annie Silver voted new director of Sasquatch Country – Area-C

Silver to take over role of director for Hemlock Valley, Harrison Mills, Lake Errock

VIDEO: Police save stranded 75-year-old B.C. sturgeon

First Nations Police officers initiate river rescue

BC village transforming into winter wonderland this holiday season

Harrison Hot Springs will be filled with lights, events and Christmas trees

‘Furry-tail’ ending for cat family rescued from under B.C. bridge

A special mewment for the kittens, soon to be sent to Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven

Sts’ailes woman Annie Silver running for director of Area-C ‘Sasquatch Country’

Sts’ailes woman has worked with Cheam and Sumas First Nation in housing, capitol and public works

Serious injuries in Highway 7 crash involving two motorcyclists

Reports of helicopters, ambulances on scene

Police investigate report of fishermen harassing Indigenous women, kids on B.C. river

Woman claims the fisherman exposed themselves

Crews make headway on Lower Mainland wildfire

BC Wildfire, local crews continue to battle blaze north of Agassiz

Groups fight to protect Fraser River islands

‘Heart of the Fraser’ valuable to fish species, say environmental groups

Mt. Hicks fire threatens homes as it moves west

Agassiz crews monitor blaze around the clock

Mt. Hicks fire 15% contained, continues to burn north of Agassiz

The fire, suspected to be caused by a vehicle with a flat tire, not threatening any structures