Samantha Anderson

Flooding fields along Harvie Road and 80 Ave.

VIDEO: Rainfall risk still in effect for Cloverdale area

Record-breaking amount of rain in Metro Van, farm fields flood in Cloverdale

Flooding fields along Harvie Road and 80 Ave.
The trees have been dug out of the earth and wrapped for transport in preparation for the upcoming museum expansion project expected to break ground this summer.

Site preparation begins for Surrey Museum expansion

Trees removed, temporarily stranded on museum lawn before relocation to city greenhouse

The trees have been dug out of the earth and wrapped for transport in preparation for the upcoming museum expansion project expected to break ground this summer.
Jacquie Schulz was a familiar face amongst Cloverdale’s rodeo crowd.

Remembering Jacquie

Long-time rodeo volunteer mourned by family, friends

Jacquie Schulz was a familiar face amongst Cloverdale’s rodeo crowd.
Jacquie Schulz was a familiar face amongst Cloverdale’s rodeo crowd.

Remembering Jacquie

Long-time rodeo volunteer mourned by family, friends

Jacquie Schulz was a familiar face amongst Cloverdale’s rodeo crowd.
Tom Crump (second from left) pictured with fellow award winners on Feb. 20.

Cloverdale’s Tom Crump receives lifetime achievement award for 40-year career in health care

Minister of Health awards Ed Helfrich Long Service Award at fourth-annual BC Care Awards.

Tom Crump (second from left) pictured with fellow award winners on Feb. 20.
Tom Crump (second from left) pictured with fellow award winners on Feb. 20.

Cloverdale’s Tom Crump receives lifetime achievement award for 40-year career in health care

Minister of Health awards Ed Helfrich Long Service Award at fourth-annual BC Care Awards.

Tom Crump (second from left) pictured with fellow award winners on Feb. 20.
Cloverdale’s Kyle Schreiber (centre) took third in the welding competition. Schreiber is a student at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary

Trades compete at KPU Tech

Trades students gathered at KPU Tech in Cloverdale last Friday (Feb. 24) to test their skills in the annual Skills Canada BC competition.

Cloverdale’s Kyle Schreiber (centre) took third in the welding competition. Schreiber is a student at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary
Horsemen race

Fraser Downs horsemen predict end is near

Decades-old horse racing tradition threatened by loss of race days

Horsemen race
Horsemen race

Fraser Downs horsemen predict end is near

Decades-old horse racing tradition threatened by loss of race days

Horsemen race
Construction will soon begin to expand 184 Street ahead of the school's September 2018 opening.

Construction of new Salish Secondary school well underway

Road expansion, traffic lights, next on construction list.

Construction will soon begin to expand 184 Street ahead of the school's September 2018 opening.
Construction will soon begin to expand 184 Street ahead of the school's September 2018 opening.

Construction of new Salish Secondary school well underway

Road expansion, traffic lights, next on construction list.

Construction will soon begin to expand 184 Street ahead of the school's September 2018 opening.
A rendering of Clayton’s new elementary school

Community consultations in progress for new elementary school in Clayton

School will have smaller classrooms, larger spaces for 'collaboration'

A rendering of Clayton’s new elementary school
Karim Nuruddin

Breaking barriers for youth artists

Community Art wants to change the world, one artist at a time

Karim Nuruddin
The sustainable trades talk is open to any interested students

Creating sustainable trades opportunities

KPU Tech to host talk on renewable energy future for Canadian trades

The sustainable trades talk is open to any interested students
Surrey RCMP volunteers outside of 
Cloverdale and Port Kell’s District 4 Office.

RCMP volunteers to survey Cloverdale businesses

More than 200 businesses to be surveyed between Jan. 23 and Feb. 4.

Surrey RCMP volunteers outside of 
Cloverdale and Port Kell’s District 4 Office.
It was an all-ages event. Children performed dance numbers

Spring festival delivers colour, drama

Hundreds of festival goers celebrated the lunar new year at the FVCCA's Jan. 21 festival.

It was an all-ages event. Children performed dance numbers
It was an all-ages event. Children performed dance numbers

Spring festival delivers colour, drama

Hundreds of festival goers celebrated the lunar new year at the FVCCA's Jan. 21 festival.

It was an all-ages event. Children performed dance numbers
Clover Valley Road received its name the same way Cloverdale did. It was opened only a few years after the district was named Clover Valley by William Shannon in the 1870s.

Road names to make historic return

Re-introducing names will 'give character' to historic downtown Cloverdale

Clover Valley Road received its name the same way Cloverdale did. It was opened only a few years after the district was named Clover Valley by William Shannon in the 1870s.
Construction of the new Bill Reid Memorial Shelter is now underway in Cloverdale.

Construction of Bill Reid Memorial Shelter now underway

Therapeutic farm facility will provide 16 beds and 12 transitional suites for Surrey homeless

Construction of the new Bill Reid Memorial Shelter is now underway in Cloverdale.
Technology Accreditation Canada’s Grant Lachmuth (left) and Paul Richard

Kwantlen environmental protection program recognized nationally

Accreditation demonstrates 'strong leadership' and 'commitment to students'

Technology Accreditation Canada’s Grant Lachmuth (left) and Paul Richard