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A free service, for pet owners who are homeless or low income, is being offered at Gateway of Hope.
With more personnel changes facing the world junior championship team, skip questions what’s ahead
A Celebration of life set for March 16 for David Truman
Township firefighters carried in water and supplies to remote blaze in Derek Doubleday Arboretum.
After decades in the music industry, Langley’s Mitch Merrett debuts a new sound, new band, new album
Hundreds of people bought thousands of cupcakes to help fundraiser for the local shelter.
Welcome home and congratulatory party planned Wednesday night at Langley Curling Centre.
Junior men’s team out of Langley hopes to defend its world title Sunday, going up against Switzerland
Friday night Team Canada’s men’s team faces off against Norway, hoping to secure a spot in the finals
In this business column, find out about anti-bullying efforts, chamber events, and a home show.
Langley’s Team Tardi is 5-2 at the junior curling worlds in Nova Scotia, hoping to defend their title
Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce hosts a number of special events, on top other efforts.
Three-time national champ Tyler Tardi on hand for announcement – excited to possibly compete at home.
Walnut Grove woman organizes a show by artists in her book club.
Craig and Karen Lepine will travel to various parts of the province in the next month to compete.
SUV believed involved in multiple crashes before the driver was arrested and hospitalized.
Langley City’s Bud McPhee met up with some players currently on his hometown’s Prince Albert team.
An 11-year-old aspiring curler got to spend time shadowing Team BC at the junior nationals.
Tyler Tardi competes against his older brother, Jordan, at the men’s provincials in Quesnel this week
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