Kurt Langmann

The new board of directors for Otter Co-op were sworn into office on May 25. The directors are (from left) Angie McDougall

Otter Co-op sees continuing strong growth

Sales, memberships in co-operative enjoyed large increases in 2015

The new board of directors for Otter Co-op were sworn into office on May 25. The directors are (from left) Angie McDougall
'Chaos the Clown' led the start-off of the 'Walk So Kids Can Talk' Sunday morning at Aldergrove Regional Park.

‘Walk so Kids can Talk’ a success

"Chaos the Clown" led the start-off to the "Walk So Kids Can Talk" Sunday morning at Aldergrove Regional Park.

'Chaos the Clown' led the start-off of the 'Walk So Kids Can Talk' Sunday morning at Aldergrove Regional Park.
RCMP and tow truck operator clear a stolen vehicle from the crash scene at 264 St. and Fraser Hwy. Wednesday evening.

Impaired car thief crashes stolen car

Langley RCMP quickly took a car thief into custody after he crashed into a dump truck at high speed Wednesday evening.

RCMP and tow truck operator clear a stolen vehicle from the crash scene at 264 St. and Fraser Hwy. Wednesday evening.
Ray Richard

Heavy equipment school offers ‘experience’

Ray Richard prides himself on providing hands-on training backed by more than 40 years of operating heavy equipment.

Ray Richard
In the Fraser Valley

Walk so ‘Kids Can Talk’ in Aldergrove on May 1

"Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO" at Aldergrove Regional Park on Sunday, May 1.

In the Fraser Valley
In the early hours of Monday morning residents in the 2900-block of 272 Street were awakened by the sounds of dogs barking and wood cracking and splintering. Neighbours investigated and found a man trying to break into Cranky's Bike Shop by removing a large portion of the roof.

UPDATED: B&E ‘artist’ tears roof off Aldergrove bike shop

Police explain circumstances of late-night "mischief" and intend to pursue charges against suspect

In the early hours of Monday morning residents in the 2900-block of 272 Street were awakened by the sounds of dogs barking and wood cracking and splintering. Neighbours investigated and found a man trying to break into Cranky's Bike Shop by removing a large portion of the roof.
Matocan Compassion Society director Dave Smith holds a petition asking Township of Langley to permit their operations in an Aldergrove office.

Aldergrove medical pot dispensary ‘nipped in the bud’

While "medical marijuana dispensaries" are as ubiquitous as coffee shops in downtown Vancouver, municipal governments in the Fraser Valley

Matocan Compassion Society director Dave Smith holds a petition asking Township of Langley to permit their operations in an Aldergrove office.

From Syria’s war zone to Aldergrove’s tranquility

A young refugee family from war-torn Syria have found a peaceful home in Aldergrove, thanks to a small church congregation

Biathletes Ariel and Emmanuel Bussani of Aldergrove are competing at the national championships this week in Quebec.

From down on the farm to national championships

A young sibling duo from the rural countryside area of Aldergrove are dedicated to the sport of skiing - and biathlon.

Biathletes Ariel and Emmanuel Bussani of Aldergrove are competing at the national championships this week in Quebec.
Leanne Tocol (left) made her very first blood donation Saturday

Big turnout of blood donors in support of Amie MacNeil

Amie MacNeil's drive to recruit 129 blood donors for the Canadian Blood Service got off to a healthy start in Aldergrove

Leanne Tocol (left) made her very first blood donation Saturday
Aldergrove Kodiaks head coach and general manager Rick Harkins (centre) is the first to introduce the 'Breakout' program

‘Breakout’ supports athletes’ mental health

"Breakout" has been formally adopted by the Pacific Junior Hockey League and Aldergrove Kodiaks are the first team to sign on

Aldergrove Kodiaks head coach and general manager Rick Harkins (centre) is the first to introduce the 'Breakout' program
Aldergrove mother Amie MacNeil is recruiting 129 blood donors to 'pay back' the Canadian Blood Service for the 129 units she received in a life-saving operation in 2009.

A gift from the heart

Amie MacNeil is working on a big gift from her heart to the Canadian Blood Service this Valentine's Day weekend.

Aldergrove mother Amie MacNeil is recruiting 129 blood donors to 'pay back' the Canadian Blood Service for the 129 units she received in a life-saving operation in 2009.
Dan Deyette with the new trailer recently given to the Free Clothing BC society for its regular deliveries of goods to the homeless and disadvantaged in the Fraser Valley.

Volunteers keep the needy warm and clean

A group of volunteers in Aldergrove and Surrey are making sure that the homeless and disadvantaged have clean clothing at no charge.

Dan Deyette with the new trailer recently given to the Free Clothing BC society for its regular deliveries of goods to the homeless and disadvantaged in the Fraser Valley.
Aldergrove Business Association vice president Mike O'Grady and Aldergrove Minor Baseball's Chris Clogg are working to bring the Harry Hunt Memorial Baseball Tournament to Aldergrove this summer.

Teams play ball for Harry Hunt

Aldergrove Minor Baseball Association is aiming to host a mosquito baseball tournament in memory of the late Harry Hunt.

Aldergrove Business Association vice president Mike O'Grady and Aldergrove Minor Baseball's Chris Clogg are working to bring the Harry Hunt Memorial Baseball Tournament to Aldergrove this summer.
Brothers Barry and Alan McLean of Valley Gravel Sales Ltd. with the Jake McDonald Mine Reclamation Award.

Valley Gravel Sales wins B.C. Mine Reclamation Award

Small family business takes major provincial prize

Brothers Barry and Alan McLean of Valley Gravel Sales Ltd. with the Jake McDonald Mine Reclamation Award.
The 'Accept Me' logo which adorns clothing and accessories started as a kernel in Kim Radons's mind last summer on her Aldergrove farm and has since grown to take the Grammy Awards stage in Los Angeles.

Accept Me fashions off to Grammy Awards

The "Accept Me" logo which adorns clothing and accessories started as a kernel in Kim Radons's mind last summer

The 'Accept Me' logo which adorns clothing and accessories started as a kernel in Kim Radons's mind last summer on her Aldergrove farm and has since grown to take the Grammy Awards stage in Los Angeles.
Youngsters from across the region enjoy quality time with horses and other fun activities at the Loft Country Children's Horse Camp in Aldergrove.

Happy faces: Children’s horse camp keeps growing

A unique children's camp in Aldergrove has been growing by leaps and bounds and shows no sign of falling by the wayside.

Youngsters from across the region enjoy quality time with horses and other fun activities at the Loft Country Children's Horse Camp in Aldergrove.
'Stupidest question I've been asked: Do you wear pink gear?' says one of the players in the video. She retorts

‘Stupid questions’ video clip goes viral

A young female hockey player's satirical video clip on "Stupid questions female hockey players get asked" has gone viral.

'Stupidest question I've been asked: Do you wear pink gear?' says one of the players in the video. She retorts
Santa and Mrs. Claus visited guests at the Aldergrove craft market last Saturday.

Santa’s busy season begins in Aldergrove

Aldergrove’s annual Christmas Light Up Parade comes to Aldergrove on Saturday, December 12, starting at 6 p.m. in downtown Aldergrove.

Santa and Mrs. Claus visited guests at the Aldergrove craft market last Saturday.
Tom and Christina Kettering are now in Los Angeles for Tom's planned surgical operation.

Local couple invests life savings to pay for brain surgery in U.S.

A B.C. man is awaiting brain surgery in Los Angeles with a mixture of anticipation and dread.

Tom and Christina Kettering are now in Los Angeles for Tom's planned surgical operation.