Jason Roessle

The Mission BC Winter Games took place this past February.

Games brought $1.6 million boon

Analysis of Mission BC Winter Games estimates $3.2M total impact

The Mission BC Winter Games took place this past February.
The annual Lordco B.C. Nationals have been postponed until September, due to continuing work on track repair.

Track work delays Mission raceway’s biggest race

Lordco BC Nationals moved to first weekend of September

The annual Lordco B.C. Nationals have been postponed until September, due to continuing work on track repair.
Kinder Morgan has a pipeline facility on Sumas Mountain.

Group forms for property owners affected by pipeline

The CGLAP will meet May 6 at Mt. Lehman Community Hall

Kinder Morgan has a pipeline facility on Sumas Mountain.
MLA Simon Gibson lights torch.

Torch-lighting ceremony starts countdown to Mission B.C. Winter Games

The Mission Leisure Centre's north arena was standing-room-only for Saturday's ceremonies

MLA Simon Gibson lights torch.
Mission's Scott Arthur (#66) will be competing in the Formula Vee races Aug. 3-4 in Mission.

Formula Vees compete at MRP Aug. 3-4

Racers coming from throughout the region for the invitational race

Mission's Scott Arthur (#66) will be competing in the Formula Vee races Aug. 3-4 in Mission.

Keep some Mission areas open to hunting, say speakers

About 150 people attended the June 19 public input meeting into proposed changes to Mission's firearms discharge bylaw

Grab-A-Java owner Dave Perritt has established an account where people can donate money to help the young son of Rachel Pernosky.

Account created to accept donations for Pernosky’s son

Donations can be made via Envision or at Grab-A-Java

Grab-A-Java owner Dave Perritt has established an account where people can donate money to help the young son of Rachel Pernosky.
Carly Rae Jepsen played a concert at the Clarke Theatre Monday night before a near-capacity crowd in Mission. The two-time Grammy nominee was brought to Mission through Target, which gave away tickets to the show free last Tuesday.

Jepsen fans pack Clarke Theatre

The Mission-raised songstress entertained the crowds Monday night

Carly Rae Jepsen played a concert at the Clarke Theatre Monday night before a near-capacity crowd in Mission. The two-time Grammy nominee was brought to Mission through Target, which gave away tickets to the show free last Tuesday.
Alyssa, Courtney, and Carissa were part of the group at the front of the line to get free Carly Rae Jepsen tickets Tuesday night.

UPDATED: Free Jepsen concert Dec. 17 at Clarke

Free tickets handed out Tuesday, Dec. 11 at the Leisure Centre

Alyssa, Courtney, and Carissa were part of the group at the front of the line to get free Carly Rae Jepsen tickets Tuesday night.

Hawes critical of taxation change

The Abbotsford-Mission MLA is calling for the government to take a second look at regulation change

Mission's George Donatelli was given  Speed Skating Canada's Coaches Award of Excellence for 2012.

Donatelli’s years of coaching recognized by Speed Skating Canada

The Mission speedskating coach was instrumental in helping his daughter achieve Olympic glory

Mission's George Donatelli was given  Speed Skating Canada's Coaches Award of Excellence for 2012.
Ken Herar sits next to the bike he will use in this year's Cycling for Diversity.

Cycling4Diversity starts May 22 at Griner Park

Annual event includes 40 stops across nine municipalities

Ken Herar sits next to the bike he will use in this year's Cycling for Diversity.
Scott Cozens (left) and Sheldon Smithens talk to Mission’s Bobby Tapp, who along with his brother, Gerald, showed the Canadian Pickers through their old BC Ferries ship.

Show not always about ‘the stuff’

The Canadian Pickers explain to The Record what has endeared them to many loyal fans

Scott Cozens (left) and Sheldon Smithens talk to Mission’s Bobby Tapp, who along with his brother, Gerald, showed the Canadian Pickers through their old BC Ferries ship.
Crews removed the Cessna 150 that crashed into Nicomen slough Thursday afternoon. Here, one of the team members runs from the aircraft as the helicopter lifts the wreckage from the water.

Lead plane rear-ended mid-air

The lead plane that crashed into Mission's Nicomen slough was rear ended…

Crews removed the Cessna 150 that crashed into Nicomen slough Thursday afternoon. Here, one of the team members runs from the aircraft as the helicopter lifts the wreckage from the water.
Two planes crashed above Mission Wednesday afternoon. Left: This Cessna was carrying two passengers, one of whom perished after crashing into Nicomen Slough. Right: Mission RCMP speak to the pilot of the other plane who was not hurt and was able to make an emergency landing.

UPDATE:Police release names of victims of plane crash

A second person is now confirmed to have perished after two planes collided at 1,500 feet just east of Mission Wednesday afternoon.

Two planes crashed above Mission Wednesday afternoon. Left: This Cessna was carrying two passengers, one of whom perished after crashing into Nicomen Slough. Right: Mission RCMP speak to the pilot of the other plane who was not hurt and was able to make an emergency landing.