Articles by Don Lehn

Abbotsford – Attempted Abduction On Marshall Road

Abbotsford -SEPTEMBER 22 UPDATE –  The female complainant has now provided information to the Abbotsford Police that the incident did not occur as she originally described. She deeply regrets any undue alarm she caused the police or public. The APD…





UFV Sports Sunday – Golf

GOLF: Kell claims first individual title to lead Cascades women to victory, men second in Kelowna An individual victory by Jennifer Kell highlighted a strong weekend for the University of the Fraser Valley golf teams at the UBC Okanagan Invitational,…


BC Trucking Permits On Line

Victoria/Fraser Valley – A new, innovative system for the commercial trucking industry that will allow commercial carriers, traveling within B.C., to apply and receive a permit online is coming to B.C., the announcement was made by Transportation and Infrastructure Minister…


Chinook Salmon Fishing Resumes On The Fraser

Fraser Valley/Ottawa – DFO Department of Fishers and Oceans are allowing Chinook salmon sport fishing starting September 19 through December 31, 2016. From the DFO website and for more information click this link: Area 29 – Tidal waters of the…


UFV Sports Saturday – Soccer

Women’s Soccer: Dhaliwal, Cascades cruise past Vikes 3-0 ABBOTSFORD – For the second straight night, the University of the Fraser Valley women’s soccer team built a two-goal lead on their home pitch against a nationally ranked opponent. But unlike Friday’s…


National Forest Week September 18 – 24

In recognition of this year’s theme for Sept. 18-24, 2016, National Forest Week, “True North – Strong and Green”, Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson has released the following statement: “National Forest Week is a time to…


UFV Sports Friday – Soccer

Men’s Soccer: Another clean sheet for Cascades, defeat Griffins 1-0 University of the Fraser Valley men’s soccer coach Tom Lowndes would probably like to see his team finish a few more of their scoring chances, but he can’t find fault…