Nina Grossman

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

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

B.C. teacher’s Amazing Race takes students on Canada-wide adventure
Record-breaking bald eagle numbers predicted near Agassiz

Record-breaking bald eagle numbers predicted near Agassiz

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

Record-breaking bald eagle numbers predicted near Agassiz
First Nations Police officers located a stranded sturgeon near Wahleach Road and quickly organized a rescue effort with several community members and organizations. (RCMP Photo)

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

First Nations Police officers initiate river rescue

First Nations Police officers located a stranded sturgeon near Wahleach Road and quickly organized a rescue effort with several community members and organizations. (RCMP Photo)
BC village transforming into winter wonderland this holiday season

BC village transforming into winter wonderland this holiday season

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

BC village transforming into winter wonderland this holiday season
‘Furry-tail’ ending for cat family rescued from under B.C. bridge

‘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

‘Furry-tail’ ending for cat family rescued from under B.C. bridge
Police investigate report of fishermen harassing Indigenous women, kids on B.C. river

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

Woman claims the fisherman exposed themselves

Police investigate report of fishermen harassing Indigenous women, kids on B.C. river
Crews from Agassiz and Port Moody worked on structural protection of a Kamp Road home last week. The Mt. Hicks wildfire is now 70 per cent contained, but the evacuation alert for Kamp Road remains in place. (Nina Grossman/The Observer)

Crews make headway on Lower Mainland wildfire

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

Crews from Agassiz and Port Moody worked on structural protection of a Kamp Road home last week. The Mt. Hicks wildfire is now 70 per cent contained, but the evacuation alert for Kamp Road remains in place. (Nina Grossman/The Observer)
Mt. Hicks fire threatens homes as it moves west

Mt. Hicks fire threatens homes as it moves west

Agassiz crews monitor blaze around the clock

Mt. Hicks fire threatens homes as it moves west
The Mt. Hicks wildfire near Agassiz. (BC Wildfire)

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

The Mt. Hicks wildfire near Agassiz. (BC Wildfire)
UPDATE: Highway 7 Brush fire now spanning 100 hectares
UPDATE: Highway 7 Brush fire now spanning 100 hectares
Luckily there were no serious injuries after a man drove his vehicle into a crowd at the Electric Love Music Festival early Friday morning. Festival organizers commended the quick actions of security, police and even festival-goers who tried to stop the driver.                                (Nina Grossman/The Observer)

Police investigating after vehicle driven through crowd at Lower Mainland music festival

No serious injuries after incident at festival near Agassiz

Luckily there were no serious injuries after a man drove his vehicle into a crowd at the Electric Love Music Festival early Friday morning. Festival organizers commended the quick actions of security, police and even festival-goers who tried to stop the driver.                                (Nina Grossman/The Observer)
Festival-goer releases cows, dives into manure pit on B.C. farm

Festival-goer releases cows, dives into manure pit on B.C. farm

Farmers happy that no cows, people were hurt

Festival-goer releases cows, dives into manure pit on B.C. farm
VIDEO: Inside the harm reduction tent at Agassiz music festival

VIDEO: Inside the harm reduction tent at Agassiz music festival

The Electric Love music festival, in its fourth year, attracts dozens to the shores of Fraser River

VIDEO: Inside the harm reduction tent at Agassiz music festival
Agassiz man connected to Canada’s largest traffic stop marijuana bust since 2015
Agassiz man connected to Canada’s largest traffic stop marijuana bust since 2015
Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour returns for 12th year

Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour returns for 12th year

Offers sights, smells, sounds and tastes of Fraser Valley farming and agriculture

Agassiz Farms Cycle Tour returns for 12th year
Firearms suspected cause of small forest fire west of Harrison Lake

Firearms suspected cause of small forest fire west of Harrison Lake

Blaze currently 50% contained by provincial crews

Firearms suspected cause of small forest fire west of Harrison Lake
Boat of missing B.C. chief found in river, 17 years after death

Boat of missing B.C. chief found in river, 17 years after death

Sam Douglas drowned nearly two decades ago on the river he loved

Boat of missing B.C. chief found in river, 17 years after death
Last minute campers still have options near the Village of Harrison. (Unsplash)
Last minute campers still have options near the Village of Harrison. (Unsplash)
B.C. climber remembered for gentle spirit, love of mountains

B.C. climber remembered for gentle spirit, love of mountains

Marc-André Leclerc had been hearing the call of the mountains since childhood

B.C. climber remembered for gentle spirit, love of mountains
UPDATED: Alaska State Troopers say recovery of B.C. climber too dangerous

UPDATED: Alaska State Troopers say recovery of B.C. climber too dangerous

Young B.C. climber and partner presumed dead

UPDATED: Alaska State Troopers say recovery of B.C. climber too dangerous