Grace Kennedy

Cloverdale’s KPU Tech teaches farriers a century-old craft

Tour Kwantlen’s Farrier Barn, where farrier students learn their hands-on trade

National parks to remain free for youth

Cloverdale-Langley City MP John Aldag took to Twitter to remind residents about the promotion

Man arrested after cocaine, heroin seized at Tsawwassen ferry terminal

The 23-year-old was in possession of 3kg of cocaine, heroin and other substances

Man arrested after cocaine, heroin seized at Tsawwassen ferry terminal

The 23-year-old was in posession of 3kg of cocaine, heroin and other substances

B.C.’s New Year’s Baby born in Surrey

It’s a girl! The BC Government announces B.C.’s first baby of 2018 was born in Surrey

VIDEO: Police surprise drivers with gifts instead of tickets

As part of the Delta department’s outreach program, a few drivers got a festive stop

Busker turned away by North Delta Superstore

Nathaniel Postma’s petition aims to bring awareness to “discrimination and oppression” buskers face

‘Longest Night of the Year’ service aims to support those who find holidays difficult, emotional time

People leave Christmas service ‘much more at peace,’ says Reverend Lori Megley-Best

FortisBC LNG site exports first shipment of gas to China

The shipment is part of a pilot project that could see more exports in the future.

Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre to receive $1.5M

The funding will support the creation of a standardized system for first responders across Canada

Delta police administer naloxone during traffic stop

The man was travelling the wrong way down Scott Road when he was pulled over

House of Commons heckling an issue for new MPs, report says

Half of Canada’s members of parliament see heckling as an issue, and two thirds of them heckle

Technical review of George Massey Tunnel underway

The independent review is expected to take six months

Crisis phones on Alex Fraser Bridge now operational

The six phones will connect callers to the Fraser Health Crisis Line or the Vancouver Distress Line

Death and dessert: North Delta library to host end-of-life discussion group

“I realized it’s just not something that … is really talked about, unless maybe you’re at a funeral.”

VIDEO: North Delta students treated to lesson from MasterChef

MasterChef Canada winner Trevor Connie came back to give his alma mater a few lessons in cookery

Wilderness author Chris Czajkowski to speak on life ‘from another point of view’

Czajkowski’s most recent book is told from the perspective of Harry, her dog

‘Cloverfest’ will bring beer, wine to Cloverdale’s Shannon Hall

The fundraiser for the Chamber of Commerce and the Rotary will feature craft beer, wine and food

Man pushing shopping cart across Canada arrives in Cloverdale on Saturday

Joe Roberts, 31, wants to change the way you look at homelessness in Canada

British Invasion fundraiser’s low turnout ‘a terrible slap in the face’

Sandy Dunkley isn’t sure she’ll host another fundraiser after Cloverdale event fails to break even