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Roxanne Hooper

Roxanne Hooper

I began in the news industry at age 15, starting my career in Langley – at the then Langley Advance. But honestly, I knew I wanted to be a community journalist even before that. During the past 40+ years in the industry, I have worked for news outlets in Abbotsford, Mission, Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows and Kamloops.

Through all my years in the media world – as a reporter and now an editor of this fine community news outlet – I have always held a strong passion for sharing stories about the people in our town. I look forward to hearing from you about your local story ideas.

Phone
604-994-1050
Email
roxanne.hooper@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Roxanne

No artifacts harmed in frozen pipes episode at museum

No artifacts harmed in frozen pipes episode at museum

Aldergrove heritage building will still require further repairs and work after cold snap last month
Dying knitter makes scarves for Langley’s needy

Dying knitter makes scarves for Langley’s needy

Organizers label Rotary Club clothing drive another success
Rockers create next potential hockey anthem

Rockers create next potential hockey anthem

Trigger Mafia, a Langley-based band, releases new EP and title-track video, Barnburner, next week
Dallas Smith headlines Gone Country finale

Dallas Smith headlines Gone Country finale

Early-bird tickets for next summer’s last charity concert sold out in 2 days – Langley host
Santa Vader pilots in to help Langley kids’ charity

Santa Vader pilots in to help Langley kids’ charity

Toy Trader will once again host photos with Darth and his stormtroppers to raise money for Shriners
VIDEO: Picture taking generates sack full of toys for sick kids

VIDEO: Picture taking generates sack full of toys for sick kids

Lower than expected numbers come out to RAD Santa fundraiser at Potter’s
VIDEO: Year of work worthwhile when seeing Glow guests’ faces

VIDEO: Year of work worthwhile when seeing Glow guests’ faces

7th annual holiday light show at Darvonda Nurseries in Langley opens to 2,000+ visitors on day one
Langley lights spectacular sets the Christmas season a-Glow

Langley lights spectacular sets the Christmas season a-Glow

Darvonda Nurseries welcomes guests to 7th annual holiday light show
Donors sought for Stocking Stuffers for Seniors program

Donors sought for Stocking Stuffers for Seniors program

London Drugs returns with annual gift-giving initiative to ensure Langley seniors fell appreciated
Harvest time: Affordability key to Langley food program

Harvest time: Affordability key to Langley food program

Monthly fruit and veggie bags for $6 welcome by more and more local seniors and families
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