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Man arrested for sexual assault

Posted on by grant.sigaty

abbotsfordpoliceAbbotsford police are investigating whether a man arrested for sexual assault on Saturday is the suspect  from a similar incident that happened July 14th.

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Keep a sharp eye on swimming dog

Posted on by grant.sigaty

Swimming_dog_bgiuIt’s fun to watch a dog splash around in the water, cooling off under the scorching rays of the sun, but you do have to exercise caution.

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Abbotsford woman tells her story on World Hepatitis Day

Posted on by grant.sigaty

world hep dayToday is World Hepatitis Day, and one Abbotsford woman is trying to raise awareness about the disease and the importance of getting tested.

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Agrifair !!!

Posted on by curtis.pope

Just a few days before Agrifair !!!!

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Mocking Jay Teaser Trailer !

Posted on by curtis.pope

Her’es the latest on the next Hunger Games movie. Mocking Jay hist theatres in November.

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4 injured in Abbotsford stabbing attack

Posted on by Mike Hellinger

abbyPD1(News1130) A 34-year-old man is in custody in Abbotsford, after four people were attacked with a knife late Saturday night.

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Abbotsford Police seek suspect in sexual assault

Posted on by Mike Hellinger

File 14-26706(Press Release) On Monday, July 14th just after 11:00 am, an 18 year old woman was working outside in a parking lot in the 31700 block of Peardonville Road.

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Virtanen signs with Canucks

Posted on by grant.sigaty

Abbotsford’s Jake Virtanen announced on twitter that he has signed a contract with the Vancouver Canucks.

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Not many sockeye…so far

Posted on by Mike Hellinger

sockeye-salmon_715_600x450The Department of Fisheries and Oceans says it’s still too early to find out whether this year’s sockeye run will live up to the big expectations from the preseason forecast.

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Thank You For Your Service

Posted on by chris.coburn

Yesterday, the Abbotsford Police Department said goodbye to Deputy Chief Len Goerke, who served this community for close to 30 years.  He is leaving to become Chief of the West Vancouver Police force.  Thank you for your service Len, and best of luck in your new role.  The video of Len’s final inspection courtesy of KAM Productions.

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