On the strength of her school-record score as a sophomore, Coquitlam's SooBin Kim was named a second-team All-American in a vote by the Women's Golf Coaches Association last month.
You can't win them all, although Abbotsford's Nick Taylor has certainly tried this spring on the Vancouver Golf Tour.
Whether Kinder Morgan's $5.4 billion near-tripling of its Trans Mountain oil pipeline will happen is far from certain.
For a small regional airport, the runways and airspace around Langley are pretty busy.
Local photographer David Lee was on his way home when caught this lightning strike, just on the side of Gibson Road Sunday.
There are many unique, and incredible people in our community. They are all around us, and they have incredible gifts, skills and knowledge we can benefit from. They have the potential to create a community that is a wonderful place to live, and raise families in. But, what if we don't have a way to connect and engage in meaningful ways with members of our own community?
School carnival A.D. Rundle middle school hosts a carnival June 19 featuring a magic show, bungee racing, racing slide, dunk tank, cake walk and silent auction. Festivities run from 3 to 7 p.m. Bring pennies to support clean water project.
Gratziela Pascual, three, tries her luck at catching a fish during the annual Pikeminnow Derby held Saturday at Cultus Lake.
In all of sports, there may not be a more punishing position than that of catcher, and there is none tougher than Jasmine Soltys.
Party in the Park (PITP) hits downtown Chilliwack soon, and organizers can be sure there will be close attention paid to how much local entertainment is included.
A Chilliwack man suspected of committing four armed robberies within 10 days in Abbotsford and Chilliwack was charged and scheduled to appear in court yesterday.
It's been less than a month since the final horn sounded on the 2012-13 Surrey Eagles' junior A hockey season, but team officials have been anything but idle.
Tax time has brought out the anger and frustration of our citizens, and for good reason. Maple Ridge has increased property taxes for 11 consecutive years.
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Brad Clapp finished one shot back of the leaders to claim a tie for fourth-place at last weekend's Vancouver Open.
The Chilliwack Chiefs added youth and size up front Monday by acquiring another forward with ties to the organization.
Fall soccer registration is underway and will close June 30, after which a $50 late fee will be applied to all registrations and there is no guarantee of placement on a recreational (house) team. Registration can be done online at www.chilliwackfc.com or by visiting the Chilliwack FC office at Townsend Park.
I believe in supporting our local farming communities. We should be buying all the local fruits and vegetables that we can.
My, my, what a kerfuffle about early French immersion.