Editorial

The Canadian Oregon Spotted Frog Recovery Team released approximately 100 juvenile Oregon Spotted Frogs today at a restored wetland near Seabird Island.

Slideshow: Endangered frogs leap to their new home near Seabird Island

Oregon Spotted Frog released near Seabird Island by The Canadian Oregon Spotted Frog Recovery Team

The Canadian Oregon Spotted Frog Recovery Team released approximately 100 juvenile Oregon Spotted Frogs today at a restored wetland near Seabird Island.
Ice skating on Whonnock Lake in Maple Ridge.

Drone captures epic hockey game

The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.

Ice skating on Whonnock Lake in Maple Ridge.
A house on Llanberis Way in Popkum goes up in flames Thursday evening.

IHIT takes over on Popkum explosion

Guns, explosion rock quiet rural neighbourhood near Agassiz

A house on Llanberis Way in Popkum goes up in flames Thursday evening.

Editorial — Langley generous to hospital, but centralization could lead to major concerns

If Fraser Health Authority disappears into Vancouver body, expect even less attention to Langley hospital's future.

Editorial — Trustees fiddle with words, while students lose out in destructive teachers’ strike

Trustees hold the education of Langley’s young people in trust, but have yet to utter a word of support for them.

Editorial — Good news at the Aldergrove border crossing

By 2016, there will be five lanes, and a Nexus lane, along with a new building and improved commercial clearance.

Wide range of music at folk fest

Save on admission by purchasing tickets in advance

Editorial — Proposed council pay increase is outrageous

To boost pay as much as 14 per cent after last year's pay increase backlash shows a complete insensitivity to taxpayers.

Paul Jacobsen poses with an award he received from the Norwegian Seamen’s and War Veteran’s Association of Western Canada.

A strange life for Norwegian resistance fighter and navy veteran

Paul Jacobsen, 93, shares his memories from serving in the Second World War.

Paul Jacobsen poses with an award he received from the Norwegian Seamen’s and War Veteran’s Association of Western Canada.
Jay Daulat is the owner and operator of Langley's Twilight Drive-In theatre.

Drive-In movies: old fashioned and fashionable

Jay Daulat is the owner and operator of Twilight Drive-In in Aldergrove, one of the few outdoor theatres left in the area.

Jay Daulat is the owner and operator of Langley's Twilight Drive-In theatre.

Editorial — Safety must come first at workplaces

The owners of a Langley mushroom farm had no regard for the safety and lives of their employees.

A month after stepping away from his job as federal NDP leader

Editorial — Layton a class act

Jack Layton was a man of conviction, but he was also practical.

A month after stepping away from his job as federal NDP leader