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Woman uses umbrella to chase away flasher in North Delta

Delta police were kept busy in North Delta Monday on a number of fronts, including searching for a flasher. A woman in her 40s was walking home on 86th Avenue when she heard a man walking behind her.

16 candidates already declared as nominations open for Delta's civic election

The nomination period for candidates in next month's municipal election officially opened Tuesday morning. The election will see races for the mayor's seat, six Delta council positions and seven trustees on the Delta school board.

Delta Secondary wants to be in running for Ladner turf field

Another location is being pitched for a second artificial turf field in Ladner.

Cops for Cancer riders complete emotional journey

Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley 2011 ended just as it began - in the rain but with high spirits.

Financial institution robbed in North Delta

Delta police are investigating a robbery at a Scott Road financial institution Saturday. A man entered the institution in the 8000-block and made a demand for money. Staff complied and suspect fled the premises with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Bruce McDonald seeking re-election to Delta council

Longtime councillor Bruce McDonald officially announced Monday he will seek re-election in this November's civic election. First elected in 1987, McDonald has served six terms on Delta council, topping the polls in four of those elections.

Laura Dixon seeks second term on Delta school board

Trustee Laura Dixon has announced she is seeking a second term on the Delta school board. In a press release issued Monday, she stated her unequivocal support for the school district.

Community gym opens at Tsaw. recreation centre

Mayor Lois Jackson celebrated the opening of the new 8,800-square-foot community gymnasium at the South Delta Recreation Centre this week.

East Delta farmer claims he's been target of civic government for accepting fill

Don Malenstyn says he's trying to raise low-lying farm to grow crops

Plan for inevitable

A local lawyer is passionate about people keeping their money in the local community after they die. He and his associates put on a seminar titled Death Matters. Talking about death is a certain showstopper.