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Kickoff by Terrel Jones with Graeme Goddard, Stryker Roloff, Bachuoch Michael and Claran Davies on coverage. Jackie Mitchell photo

Kodiaks maul Mission

Langley football team keeps rivals scoreless

 

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LETTER: Law needed to set abortion limits

Pro-lifers and Pro-choicers have agreement on some aspects of abortion

  • May 2, 2019

 

Barbecue smells will waft from KPU parking lot in Langley this weekend

Barbecue smells will waft from KPU parking lot in Langley this weekend

32nd annual Canadian Festival of Chili and BBQ in Langley is raising funds for young burn survivors

  • May 1, 2019

 

The annual Cranberry Festival was the Fort event most-attended by local residents, according to a community survey. (Langley Advance Times files)

Fort residents love heritage, concerned about truck traffic in recent survey

The annual survey by a local community group found the same themes emerged repeatedly

  • May 1, 2019
The annual Cranberry Festival was the Fort event most-attended by local residents, according to a community survey. (Langley Advance Times files)
Sarah Inglis broke the women’s course record in winning the 30th Times Colonist 10K in 32 minutes and 24 seconds. Contributed photo

Langley runner sets course record in Victoria

Sarah Inglis also took gold in the BC 10km Championships

  • May 1, 2019
Sarah Inglis broke the women’s course record in winning the 30th Times Colonist 10K in 32 minutes and 24 seconds. Contributed photo
Stage 43’s production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest runs in Coquitlam from May 2 to 11, and features a Langley actor. (Aaron Davis/Stage 43 Theatrical Society)

Langley thespian going ‘cuckoo’ for performing live

Thespian going 'cuckoo' for performing live

  • May 1, 2019
Stage 43’s production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest runs in Coquitlam from May 2 to 11, and features a Langley actor. (Aaron Davis/Stage 43 Theatrical Society)
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LETTER: Fake news printed in letter to the editor

'NDP carbon tax' was actually introduced by BC Liberals

  • May 1, 2019
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Traffic congestion on Highway One through Langley. The highway will be widened to six lanes to 264th Street by 2025. (Langley Advance Times files)

Our View: Opportunity in highway widening

The wider highway means an easier time for drivers - and opportunities for transit

  • May 1, 2019
Traffic congestion on Highway One through Langley. The highway will be widened to six lanes to 264th Street by 2025. (Langley Advance Times files)
KPU fine arts students got right into the landscapes that would inform their art.

Students’ exhibition connects landscapes, history, and politics

KPU fine arts students took their landscape education into the field

  • May 1, 2019
KPU fine arts students got right into the landscapes that would inform their art.
Encaustic art by the late Nancy Crawford will be on display at the Fort Gallery, from May 3 to 24.

Wax base for late artist’s show at Fort Gallery

Nancy Crawford's encaustic art will help build a memorial scholarship for LFAS students

  • May 1, 2019
Encaustic art by the late Nancy Crawford will be on display at the Fort Gallery, from May 3 to 24.
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Highway widening puts premier on the right road

Widening of freeway through Langley in only part of the solution needed

  • Apr 30, 2019
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LETTER: Coach not recognizable in ‘one-sided’ story

Water polo coach's behaviour 'taken completely out of context'

  • Apr 30, 2019
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LETTER: Paving paradise won’t fix non-existent traffic problems

Widening 208th St. will replace park-like roadsides with concrete and asphalt

  • Apr 30, 2019
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LETTER: Too late to stop pot

Reversing marijuana legalization would do more harm than good

  • Apr 30, 2019
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LETTER: Township’s $18 million Aldergrove amenity contribution policy is shortsighted

A lack of consultation has led to policy based on bad judgment, retired councillor says

  • Apr 30, 2019
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Langley Equestrian Academy student Lexi Langset is a competitive rodeo rider. Contributed photo

VIDEO: Langley school program offers horse-friendly education

In the horse capital of B.C., riders don't have to choose between their sport and studying

Langley Equestrian Academy student Lexi Langset is a competitive rodeo rider. Contributed photo
Langley-based Fraser Valley Fusion won 23 games in a row leading up to their victory at the USA Softball of Seattle Sidewinders Tournament on the April 28 weekend. Tracie Lawrence photo

VIDEO: Langley-based Fraser Valley Fusion softball team takes gold in Seattle

Players won 23 games in a row leading up to U.S. tournament

Langley-based Fraser Valley Fusion won 23 games in a row leading up to their victory at the USA Softball of Seattle Sidewinders Tournament on the April 28 weekend. Tracie Lawrence photo
A photo from the Northern Order’s Facebook page similar to the photo taken inside the Fort Langley National Historic Site. The faces were blacked out in the original posted image. (Facebook)

‘Alt-right’ group uses Fort Langley historic site as meeting place

The group dubbed the Northern Order took a group photo at the iconic Big House

  • Apr 29, 2019
A photo from the Northern Order’s Facebook page similar to the photo taken inside the Fort Langley National Historic Site. The faces were blacked out in the original posted image. (Facebook)
KPU music students at rally against funding cuts to the Langley-based program. File photo

Kwantlen music students looking elsewhere because of budget tightening, student leader says

Transfer to other schools being sought in response to freeze on new admissions to music program

KPU music students at rally against funding cuts to the Langley-based program. File photo
About 80 athletes were tested at the RBC Training Ground event at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday. Dan Ferguson Langley Advance Times

VIDEO: Olympic hopefuls get tested at Langley event

Among the nearly 80 hopefuls at RBC Training Ground qualifier, some who rank in the top two per cent

About 80 athletes were tested at the RBC Training Ground event at the Langley Events Centre on Sunday. Dan Ferguson Langley Advance Times
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