Robert Mangelsdorf

Langley’s Ian Poole attempts to evade Maple Ridge’s Jarrett Davis (No. 42) ad Riley Loewen (No. 85). Langley beat Maple Ridge 16-11 in Western Lacrosse Association action Wednesday night at the Langley Events Centre to take first spot in the senior A men’s league.

Burrards Thunder struck in Langley

Maple Ridge senior men lose 16-11 on the road to WLA's top team

Langley’s Ian Poole attempts to evade Maple Ridge’s Jarrett Davis (No. 42) ad Riley Loewen (No. 85). Langley beat Maple Ridge 16-11 in Western Lacrosse Association action Wednesday night at the Langley Events Centre to take first spot in the senior A men’s league.
Midget girls down PoCo 8-3

Midget girls down PoCo 8-3

The Ridge Meadows Burrards midget girls’ lacrosse squad came away with a much-needed win over rival Port Coquitlam on Sunday

Midget girls down PoCo 8-3
Junior B Flames make offseason signings

Junior B Flames make offseason signings

The local junior B hockey club announced a handful of new signings last week, in the hopes of adding add some grit and scoring.

Junior B Flames make offseason signings
Hospital scammer canvassing Maple Ridge neighbourhood

Hospital scammer canvassing Maple Ridge neighbourhood

Young woman with a hospital ID badge was asking for donations near 123rd Avenue and 233rd Street.

Hospital scammer canvassing Maple Ridge neighbourhood

Tourney gold for Ridge Meadows softball teams

The Ridge Meadows Minor Softball Association was well-represented at the Mite District Championships in Port Moody

Shania Payne of Pitt Meadows Secondary School (on right) competes at the 2012 B.C. High School Track and Field Championships at Swangard Stadium in Burnaby earlier this month.

Pitt’s Payne grabs pair of silvers at B.C. track finals

Pitt Meadows Secondary School finished in eighth place at the 2012 B.C. High School Track and Field Championships

Shania Payne of Pitt Meadows Secondary School (on right) competes at the 2012 B.C. High School Track and Field Championships at Swangard Stadium in Burnaby earlier this month.
Burrards still winless after seven games

Burrards still winless after seven games

Maple Ridge ties Burnaby, loses to Langley in WLA action

Burrards still winless after seven games
Maple Ridge’s James Clark (centre) of the University of Idaho Vandals lunges over the finish line to win the 800-metre race at the WAC Outdoor Track championships earlier this month in Moscow, Idaho. Clark’s performance helped the Vandals men’s track team clinch a conference title at the meet.

Maple Ridge runner takes title despite injury

James Clark’s gutsy performance helped buoy the Vandals track team in their last events

Maple Ridge’s James Clark (centre) of the University of Idaho Vandals lunges over the finish line to win the 800-metre race at the WAC Outdoor Track championships earlier this month in Moscow, Idaho. Clark’s performance helped the Vandals men’s track team clinch a conference title at the meet.
Burrards still winless after seven games

Coquitlam special teams too much for Burrards

Maple Ridge Burrards fall 7-5 to Coquitlam Adanacs in home opener

Burrards still winless after seven games
Province announces new schools, but none in Maple Ridge

Cash for Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows schools

The Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows school district is getting $2.3 million to take care of its aging facilities

Province announces new schools, but none in Maple Ridge
Ridge Meadows Minor Lacrosse Association president Lance Andre wants parks and rec to do a better job of cleaning and securing the lacrosse box next to Thomas Haney secondary.

Needles a concern at Maple Ridge lacrosse box

Minor association wants parks department to do more to keep it clean.

Ridge Meadows Minor Lacrosse Association president Lance Andre wants parks and rec to do a better job of cleaning and securing the lacrosse box next to Thomas Haney secondary.

Senior men’s baseball tourney returns this May long

Some of the best baseball players in the province are coming to Maple Ridge this long weekend

Province announces new schools, but none in Maple Ridge

Province announces new schools, but none in Maple Ridge

Announcement of $14.3 million for new school in Langley marks fourth time in past year school district passed over for new school funding.

Province announces new schools, but none in Maple Ridge
Burrards still winless after seven games

Junior B Burrards dealt first loss of season

The Ridge Meadows Burrards suffered their first loss of the junior B lacrosse season Saturday, falling 9-8 to the host Burnaby Lakers.

Burrards still winless after seven games
Reaghan Chadwick of the Port Coquitlam Saints and Arissa David of the Ridge Meadows Burrards chase after the ball during a midget girls’ lacrosse game at Pitt Meadows Arena last season.

Girls flocking to box lacrosse

The Ridge Meadows Minor Lacrosse Association has seen a 20 per cent jump in the number of girls’ registering to play

Reaghan Chadwick of the Port Coquitlam Saints and Arissa David of the Ridge Meadows Burrards chase after the ball during a midget girls’ lacrosse game at Pitt Meadows Arena last season.
Andrzej Koxlowicz, a member of the Rainbow Club, talks about mental health during an information fair to mark Mental Health Awareness Week in Memorial Peace Park, Thursday. Koxlowicz paints, which he uses as a form of therapy. 'Compassion and love are the womb that we need,' Koxlowicz said.

Ending the stigma of mental illness in Maple Ridge

Understanding triggers major step as Mental Health For All held in Memorial Peace Park

Andrzej Koxlowicz, a member of the Rainbow Club, talks about mental health during an information fair to mark Mental Health Awareness Week in Memorial Peace Park, Thursday. Koxlowicz paints, which he uses as a form of therapy. 'Compassion and love are the womb that we need,' Koxlowicz said.
There’s a lot more to Nathan Bragg than his wheelchair.

An inspiration without the ‘I’

Nathan Bragg chosen medal bearer for Rick Hansen Man in Motion 25th Anniversary Relay Wednesday in Maple Ridge.

There’s a lot more to Nathan Bragg than his wheelchair.

Local brothers win bowling gold

Maple Ridge brothers Tyler and Aaron Ford both won gold at the Youth Bowling Canada National Championships

$1.4 million extra for Maple Ridge School District No. 42

From Learning Improvement Fund will help teachers cope with overcrowded classrooms

Bantam Burrards bring home lacrosse silver

Bantam Burrards bring home lacrosse silver

The Ridge Meadows Burrards bantam A1 lacrosse finished in second place at Kamloops Minor Lacrosse Association’s Al Price Memorial Tournament

Bantam Burrards bring home lacrosse silver
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