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The 2011 Rice Raiser campaign kicks off this weekend at the Sumas Village Save-on-Foods.
New Beginnings bids farewell to its longest-serving teacher on Monday.
Dianne Oliver is retiring after 21 years with the young parent program. Throughout that time, she has helped hundreds of students complete their high school education.
“This has been an amazing job that’s allowed me to create and bend the rules,” said
Dolores Hay recognized the signs.
It was more than just memory loss related to her parents’ age. The stove would frequently be left on, medication was not taken and baths were sporadic. There was also the confusion, personality changes, mood swings and poor judgment.
Abbotsford Garden Club meets tonight (Tuesday) in the multi-purpose room of Abbotsford…
Abbotsford Hospice Society is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year with the…
A group of high school students are working to boost youth engagement in Abbotsford.
An alert citizen received commendation from the Abbotsford Police Department on Tuesday (Jan. 18) for his role in the arrest of two break-in suspects on Sept. 5, 2010.
An Abbotsford student has placed second in a poster design competition for the 2011 Vancouver International Auto Show.
The poet William Blake mused about seeing all the world in a grain of sand. For University of the Fraser Valley geography professor Dr. Olav Lian and his student research assistants, it’s more a case of seeing how aspects of the physical world have changed over time by analyzing long-buried grains of sand.
The 2011 Vancouver Motorcycle Show is underway at Tradex in Abbotsford.
Assante Wealth Management has been a major supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters between Abbotsford, Mission, Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows, particularly through the Bigs’ annual golf tournament fundraiser.
You really don’t have to be an expert to prune fruit trees.…
Motorcycles are Marcia Thomson’s life. They’re a social outlet, her form of therapy and her freedom. They connect her to people from all walks of life, and take her places she never imagined going.
WEEK OF PRAYERSeveral church services take place in Abbotsford next week to…
For Brad Hutchinson and his family, winning a new car at Sunday’s Abbotsford Heat hockey game was truly a feel-good story.
Community science will be the focus this week at the University of the Fraser Valley with fun events aimed at science teachers, UFV students, and Fraser Valley families.
Most of the time, Marc Habscheid would tell you he’s got a…