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Throwback: The Delta Hotel (PHOTOS)

Throwback: The Delta Hotel (PHOTOS)

Let’s go back in time to 1911 to check out the Delta Hotel at Ladner’s Landing. The Delta Archives photo above shows a visiting band, likely Franklin's Band and Orchestra, posed on the boardwalk.
Truth and reconciliation reminder unveiled at Delta school board

Truth and reconciliation reminder unveiled at Delta school board

The Delta school district on Monday unveiled a new Truth and Reconciliation pole at its administration office as part of Orange Shirt Day commemorations.
Scrabble challenge takes siblings to India

Scrabble challenge takes siblings to India

“God is neutral” — no, it’s not a religious mantra, but a guide for Scrabble players to look for these letters, the best ones in the Scrabble bag.
Delta throwback: Getting on a ferry (PHOTOS)

Delta throwback: Getting on a ferry (PHOTOS)

These Delta Archives photos from the summer of 1958 show cars loading on the Ladner ferry service. Especially busy during the summer, it connected the north end of Ferry Road to the landing at the south end of No. 5 Road in Richmond.
Vancouver’s famous clock master thanks community for generous donations

Vancouver’s famous clock master thanks community for generous donations

Ray Saunders was injured in a fall while working on a clock Sept. 12
Delta throwback: Who will pay for flood protection? (PHOTOS)

Delta throwback: Who will pay for flood protection? (PHOTOS)

With all the talk nowadays of climate change and sea level rise, as well as the need to upgrade Delta’s 67-kilometres of dikes and seawalls, let’s do a throwback to some of the big floods that hit Delta.
Ladner throwback: Hidden heritage home

Ladner throwback: Hidden heritage home

Let’s take a step back in time and check out a Ladner home that’s still standing today, although you’ll now have a hard time seeing it as its view from Arthur Drive is obscured by trees.
Art auction goes online to benefit OWL

Art auction goes online to benefit OWL

A passion for photographing nature led to a contest win and hopefully a fundraising boon for the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (OWL).
Upcoming South Delta series cares for the caregivers

Upcoming South Delta series cares for the caregivers

Are you a family caregiver? If you’re providing care and support for a family member or friend who is disabled, chronically ill, frail or elderly, you are a caregiver.
Pet of the week: Meet Petey

Pet of the week: Meet Petey

Petey is a three-year-old, deaf bully mix who weighs 65 pounds. Petey is very attentive to whomever is holding his leash. This good looking guy is very treat motivated which has come in handy with his training regime.