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Kwantlen Polytechnic University librarian Celia Brinkerhoff is helping to coordinate the Seed Library at the university. Troy Landreville Langley Times

KPU Seed Library plants strong relationship with nature

The Kwantlen Seed Library is taking root. A project of Kwantlen Polytechnic…

Kwantlen Polytechnic University librarian Celia Brinkerhoff is helping to coordinate the Seed Library at the university. Troy Landreville Langley Times
Longtime Township employee retires after four decades of service

Longtime Township employee retires after four decades of service

Parks worker Jerry Kotanko’s last day was April 30

Longtime Township employee retires after four decades of service
‘My journey is not something to be ashamed of’

‘My journey is not something to be ashamed of’

Fraser Valley West Gutsy Walk’s honourary chair shares story of Crohn’s diagnosis at age 11

‘My journey is not something to be ashamed of’
Creativity flows freely at IDEA Summit

Creativity flows freely at IDEA Summit

Langley School District organizes first ever event at LEC Fieldhouse

Creativity flows freely at IDEA Summit
Picture this: endoscopy innovation being rolled out across Fraser Health region

Picture this: endoscopy innovation being rolled out across Fraser Health region

Langley Memorial first hospital in Fraser Health region to use system

Picture this: endoscopy innovation being rolled out across Fraser Health region
Mike Miller is a former B.C. resident who is now the clinical lead of The Cabin rehab centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Tough love helped B.C. man conquer drug addiction

His mom letting go turned Mike Miller’s life around

Mike Miller is a former B.C. resident who is now the clinical lead of The Cabin rehab centre in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Fish sightings encourages protectors of West Creek

Fish sightings encourages protectors of West Creek

Township wetland ‘constantly under pressure from aggressive development’

Fish sightings encourages protectors of West Creek
B.C. elementary school celebrates technology during Star Wars Day

B.C. elementary school celebrates technology during Star Wars Day

Walnut Grove’s James Kennedy school held workshops, teaching about robotics and coding

B.C. elementary school celebrates technology during Star Wars Day
Dedicated volunteers connect seniors seeking friendships

Dedicated volunteers connect seniors seeking friendships

Outreach program Godsend for older folks wanting to socialize with their peers

Dedicated volunteers connect seniors seeking friendships
Still skating (and scoring goals) at 73 years old

Still skating (and scoring goals) at 73 years old

Garry Newport has been playing and coaching ice hockey for nearly seven decades

Still skating (and scoring goals) at 73 years old
Times awarded Silver at B.C. and Yukon newspaper awards gala

Times awarded Silver at B.C. and Yukon newspaper awards gala

Newspaper wins silver in General Excellence, editor Brenda Anderson wins bronze for top columnist

Times awarded Silver at B.C. and Yukon newspaper awards gala
Call for cars, attendees to join Vanguard Secondary grad fundraiser

Call for cars, attendees to join Vanguard Secondary grad fundraiser

Cars and Crafts happens May 12 at school on 244 Street

Call for cars, attendees to join Vanguard Secondary grad fundraiser
VIDEO: Record participation at Fort Langley’s Furry Tails Foot Race

VIDEO: Record participation at Fort Langley’s Furry Tails Foot Race

Annual fundraiser for Langley Animal Protection Society smashing success, despite rain

VIDEO: Record participation at Fort Langley’s Furry Tails Foot Race
With a helping hand from a parent, Grady Folsom, two, gently poured chinook salmon fry into Hatchery Creek during the Nicomekl Enhancement Societys annual open house and fish release on Saturday, April 28. An estimated 655 people released 6,5200 fry into the creek during the event. Troy Landreville Langley Times

VIDEO: Soggy day didn’t keep families away from popular fish release in Langley

Nicomekl Enhancement Society open house draws roughly 655 people

With a helping hand from a parent, Grady Folsom, two, gently poured chinook salmon fry into Hatchery Creek during the Nicomekl Enhancement Societys annual open house and fish release on Saturday, April 28. An estimated 655 people released 6,5200 fry into the creek during the event. Troy Landreville Langley Times
A ridge of high pressure made for picturesque sunsets during a mini-heat wave, with temperature records falling along the southern half of B.C. this week. Troy Landreville Langley Times

July temperatures in April in Langley, B.C. South Coast

Sixteen heat records fell across the province on April 26

A ridge of high pressure made for picturesque sunsets during a mini-heat wave, with temperature records falling along the southern half of B.C. this week. Troy Landreville Langley Times
The Province of B.C. began to make way for the legalized recreational marijuana by setting new rules for retail stores and establishing a new penalty for drug-impaired driving. Black Press file photo

Retired Colorado police chief talks pot

A leading authority on the legalization of marijuana in Colorado was in Langley recently

The Province of B.C. began to make way for the legalized recreational marijuana by setting new rules for retail stores and establishing a new penalty for drug-impaired driving. Black Press file photo
VIDEO: Extreme Home Repair team set to revamp ‘house of the undone’

VIDEO: Extreme Home Repair team set to revamp ‘house of the undone’

Volunteers and businesses join forces to help Aldergrove family as EHR marks 15th year

VIDEO: Extreme Home Repair team set to revamp ‘house of the undone’
Many BC communities are experiencing unusually large rat and mouse infestations.

Langleys seventh ‘rattiest’ municipality in B.C.

There are a number of ways to reduce risk of infestation says rodent removal expert

Many BC communities are experiencing unusually large rat and mouse infestations.
Mom of San Jose Sharks defenceman Brenden Dillon, Debbie Dillon (centre) and members of the Langley Quilters’ Guild gathered April 24 to sew four ‘community quilts’ for the community of Humboldt.                                 Troy Landreville 
Langley Times

Guild members answer call for ‘Quilts for Humboldt’

Quilts created in Langley will be delivered to Saskatchewan for those impacted by tragic bus crash

Mom of San Jose Sharks defenceman Brenden Dillon, Debbie Dillon (centre) and members of the Langley Quilters’ Guild gathered April 24 to sew four ‘community quilts’ for the community of Humboldt.                                 Troy Landreville 
Langley Times
Joined by his service dog Gretel and a handful of supporters, Matt Salli picketed outside the Walnut Grove Save-On-Foods on Thursday afternoon. Troy Landreville Langley Times

VIDEO: Legally blind man pickets supermarket in wake of alleged discrimination

Matt Salli and Save-On-Foods working on a solution, following ‘unfortunate’ incident

Joined by his service dog Gretel and a handful of supporters, Matt Salli picketed outside the Walnut Grove Save-On-Foods on Thursday afternoon. Troy Landreville Langley Times