Emelie Peacock

After being asked to leave and escorted out of the Chilliwack Library Nov. 2, Mike Wilson received a letter of apology from library manager Nicole Glentworth. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

Lower Mainland man receives apology after getting kicked out of library

Mike Wilson fears the same treatment he received Nov. 2 by security guards will happen to others

After being asked to leave and escorted out of the Chilliwack Library Nov. 2, Mike Wilson received a letter of apology from library manager Nicole Glentworth. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
The wreckage of Elijah John’s car after it hydroplaned and slid down and embankment Nov. 5 at Herrling Island. Submitted photo

Driver who stopped to help B.C. car crash victim found, after family’s plea

Elijah John’s family asked the public to help find the man and boy who helped their son

The wreckage of Elijah John’s car after it hydroplaned and slid down and embankment Nov. 5 at Herrling Island. Submitted photo
Body of Hope woman found at Fraser River, four months after she went missing

Body of Hope woman found at Fraser River, four months after she went missing

Police say no evidence of criminality found, as Hope RCMP and BC Coroners Service investigation continues

Body of Hope woman found at Fraser River, four months after she went missing
A cardboard sign along Water Avenue in Hope is part of the effort to locate 29-year-old Shawnee Morita Inyallie. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

WATCH: Brother of missing Hope woman makes emotional appeal for more media attention

Next search for Shawnee Inyallie Nov. 18 along Highway 1 towards Boston Bar

A cardboard sign along Water Avenue in Hope is part of the effort to locate 29-year-old Shawnee Morita Inyallie. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
The Midtown Shopping Plaza was transformed Monday, with Baker’s Books becoming Harlan’s Bookstore, Kan Yon Restaurant became Cispus Falls Chinese Restaurant and an empty business on the corner became Mr. Finn’s Ice Cream Shoppe. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

Hope transforms into the set of horror-thriller starring Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons

Made-in-B.C. feature film is shooting in Burnaby, Langley, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Squamish

The Midtown Shopping Plaza was transformed Monday, with Baker’s Books becoming Harlan’s Bookstore, Kan Yon Restaurant became Cispus Falls Chinese Restaurant and an empty business on the corner became Mr. Finn’s Ice Cream Shoppe. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
House fire in Hope leaves one man dead

House fire in Hope leaves one man dead

Fire deemed not suspicious by the RCMP, coroner still investigating exact cause of death

House fire in Hope leaves one man dead
Preliminary inquiry set for man accused of killing Belgian tourist

Preliminary inquiry set for man accused of killing Belgian tourist

Sean McKenzie charged with killing Amelie Sakkalis, 28 on Aug. 22 near Boston Bar

Preliminary inquiry set for man accused of killing Belgian tourist
RCMP found the body of Amelie Sakkalis along Highway 1 north of Boston Bar Aug. 22. They are asking for help from the public to further their investigation into her death. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

B.C. man accused of killing Belgian tourist along Highway 1 appears in court

Sean McKenzie, 27, made second court appearance since his arrest in connection with the murder of Amelie Sakkalis

RCMP found the body of Amelie Sakkalis along Highway 1 north of Boston Bar Aug. 22. They are asking for help from the public to further their investigation into her death. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
UPDATE: Police ID Belgian tourist as woman found dead near Boston Bar

UPDATE: Police ID Belgian tourist as woman found dead near Boston Bar

28-year-old Amelie Christelle Sakkalis from Belgium was traveling from Penticton to Vancouver when she was killed

UPDATE: Police ID Belgian tourist as woman found dead near Boston Bar
RCMP probe suspicious death after body found along Highway 1

RCMP probe suspicious death after body found along Highway 1

Police believe the body found around 10 kilometres north of Boston Bar was not a random act

RCMP probe suspicious death after body found along Highway 1
UPDATE: Wildfire closes provincial park south of Hope

UPDATE: Wildfire closes provincial park south of Hope

Few remaining campers evacuated to nearby campsite, campers with reservations offered refunds

UPDATE: Wildfire closes provincial park south of Hope
Ultramarathon through B.C.’s Cascade Mountains cancelled due to wildfires

Ultramarathon through B.C.’s Cascade Mountains cancelled due to wildfires

193-kilometre race course from Keremeos to Manning Park on hold until next year

Ultramarathon through B.C.’s Cascade Mountains cancelled due to wildfires
A cardboard sign along Water Avenue in Hope is part of the effort to locate 29-year-old Shawnee Morita Inyallie. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

‘We love her and need her home’: Family searches for missing B.C. woman

Shawnee Morita Inyallie, last seen three weeks ago in Hope, has spent time in Chilliwack, Agassiz

A cardboard sign along Water Avenue in Hope is part of the effort to locate 29-year-old Shawnee Morita Inyallie. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Shawnee Morita Inyallie, 29, is described as an aboriginal female with black hair and brown eyes, 163 centimetres tall (5’4) weighing 54 kilograms (120 pounds). RCMP photo

Search efforts ongoing for Hope woman missing since July 11

Police say Shawnee Morita Inyallie’s disappearance is ‘out of character’ for her

Shawnee Morita Inyallie, 29, is described as an aboriginal female with black hair and brown eyes, 163 centimetres tall (5’4) weighing 54 kilograms (120 pounds). RCMP photo
Historic Kettle Valley trestle bridge on fire due to tossed cigarette: witness

Historic Kettle Valley trestle bridge on fire due to tossed cigarette: witness

Ladner Creek Trestle fire one of two wildfires burning in Hope and Fraser Canyon

Historic Kettle Valley trestle bridge on fire due to tossed cigarette: witness
MLA urges pipeline progress after 19 train cars derail in Fraser Canyon

MLA urges pipeline progress after 19 train cars derail in Fraser Canyon

No injuries or spills after CN Rail cars derail this week north of Boston Bar

MLA urges pipeline progress after 19 train cars derail in Fraser Canyon
The Yale First Nation housing team are housing intern Talon Coghill, left, housing manager Crystal Sedore and housing intern Austin Heino. Sedore credits the visionary leadership of chief and council for a tiny homes project open to all community members, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

B.C. First Nation builds tiny homes amid housing crisis

Open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous tenants, project aims for affordability and zero hydro usage

The Yale First Nation housing team are housing intern Talon Coghill, left, housing manager Crystal Sedore and housing intern Austin Heino. Sedore credits the visionary leadership of chief and council for a tiny homes project open to all community members, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
A Grade 5 class at Coquihalla Elementary School have a different kind of class pet, a rescue bear. After a recent class vote, the young bear has been named S’more and students are eagerly awaiting more information about him once he emerges from hibernation. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

B.C. elementary students adopt a bear, name him S’more

Orphaned black bear teaching Hope Grade 5 students valuable wildlife facts

A Grade 5 class at Coquihalla Elementary School have a different kind of class pet, a rescue bear. After a recent class vote, the young bear has been named S’more and students are eagerly awaiting more information about him once he emerges from hibernation. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Former B.C. teacher disciplined for asking pregnant student if she was ‘horny’

Former B.C. teacher disciplined for asking pregnant student if she was ‘horny’

High school teacher repeatedly swore, raised his voice and made lewd comments to female students

Former B.C. teacher disciplined for asking pregnant student if she was ‘horny’
B.C. filmmaker brings life with autistic son to the small screen

B.C. filmmaker brings life with autistic son to the small screen

Hundreds of hours of home video, turned documentary, to air on major network this month

B.C. filmmaker brings life with autistic son to the small screen