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Delta plans week long Earth Day celebrations

Week kicks off with annual nature walk nd fish release at Watershed Park

The Green get-away

Vacations. We daydream about them. We work hard for them. We aspire to be on them. Going on a green vacation isn't hard to do, it just takes a bit of planning.
Delta police looking for owners of thousands in stolen property

Delta police looking for owners of thousands in stolen property

Delta police are hoping to reunite some residents with their stolen property after thousands of dollars worth of items were recovered.

Delta appeals decision in lawsuit launched by Middelaer family

The Corporation of Delta is appealing a provincial court decision that rejected its bid to have the lawsuit filed by the family of Alexa Middelaer dismissed.

Delta's mayor looks to make business case for inland port

The lobby effort to move container port expansion away from South Delta farmland will take another direction.

May Days goes Wild, Wild West

Dig out your cowboy boots and Stetsons because this year's annual Ladner Pioneer May Days, set for May 24 to 26 in Memorial Park, is going a little bit country with a Wild, Wild West theme.

OWL welcomes the public for annual open house

OWL's annual open house is set for this weekend. The Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society, located on 72nd Street in East Ladner, is a non-profit organization that rehabilitates and releases injured and orphaned birds of prey.

Election sequel has same ending

Bryce Williams once again defeats Kim Baird as Tsawwassen First Nation voters go back to the polls

Fire truck finds its way back to dep't

East Delta farmer donates '59 GMC

Big deficit facing school board

Proposed 2013-14 budget to chop 16 full-time jobs and eliminate bus service to students in rural areas