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Will Senger was remembered as one of the creators of Little Britches Rodeo, 53 years ago.
The 17th annual Rotary Club Tip ‘n’ Taste attracted almost 500 and fundraised about $16,000.
Spectators were on their feet Sunday morning cheering Langley’s Ike Thiessen across the finish line.
Langley’s own Seabillys, a Celtic band, hits the bandshell at Douglas Park from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight
Organizers anticipate more than 300 swimmers are signed up for a two-day meet in Walnut Grove.
Country singer and songwriter Kristin Carter depends on votes to get her to the Country Music Week.
Twin track athletes sign to Tennessee university just ahead of big hometown meet.
Here’s something to do on Father’s Day - visit the Canadian Museum of Flight on Sunday.
Langley’s Gabby’s Country Cabaret will be one of two sites for a charity concert on Thursday, June 21.
LAPS says thanks to all its volunteers and staff for making so many furry tail endings possible.
A social and educational event at Muriel Arnason Library attracted 30 seniors.
There’s a packing party Sunday at R.E. Mountain, and helpers are invited to come by at 1 p.m.
Funding announced in Langley puts more women, newcomers behind the wheel of commercial trucks.
SOGI supporters want trustee candidates to hear their message, too.
Alice Kim, 19, is one of 27 young women vying for the Miss BC 2018 crown.
Tri-It action kicks off just before 8 a.m. at Al Anderson pool on Sunday.
Public picks one of five proposed companies vying to win a $130,000 Start It Up Langley contest.
Theatre in the Country is off to Theatre BC competition for the first time ever.
Once a resident, Diane Simpson can recall the trains arriving and leaving Fort Langley’s CN station.
Young musicians and emerging talent are being encouraged to apply for July 28 event.