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Ken Goudswaard has been a reporter, editor, publisher and newspaper owner during his 30 years in the industry.
Kevin has over 30 years in managing all aspects of distribution for paid and free circulation newspapers. His current responsibilities have him overseeing publications from Vancouver to Hope. Prior to him becoming a Regional Circulation Manger, he held the position of Circulation Sales & Marketing Manager for the Trinity Holdings Group for the Upper Fraser Valley.
Vikki Hopes has been a journalist for more than 30 years, and has been at the Abbotsford News since 1991. She covers crime, courts, and other general news and feature stories.
Ben Lypka joined the Abbotsford News in 2015. Ben graduated from Langara College’s journalism program in 2010 and previously spent five years covering sports, arts and community events at the Squamish Chief newspaper.
Tyler Olsen joined the Abbotsford News in 2014. Tyler graduated from Thompson Rivers University in 2006 and has worked at the Vernon Morning Star and the Chilliwack Times.
Carol Young, an artist who fought for timely cancer treatment in Abbotsford, dies before first solo show
B.C. Haida artist’s exhibit to open Saturday at downtown Seattle gallery
Sedan and SUV collided just after 10 a.m. on Ash Street
Province will also restrict candy and fruit flavoured vaping products to adult-only stores
Public Safety Minister Mike Farnworth issues statement following report of RCMP cost-cutting
Environment Canada issues special weather warning for Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island
Heather Friesen spent the morning handing out flyers around city hall calling out the mayor
Asad Syed, who kept a calf on his property last year, met City of Surrey in court Tuesday