Ridge Meadows Search and Rescue training in white water. (Maple Ridge News)

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Langley man convicted in a pyramid scheme, two water rescues and more

1. Close call in the water in Golden Ears Provincial Park

Emergency crews were on their way to a call of two people trapped in the Lower Falls of Gold Creek in Golden Ears Provincial Park Monday afternoon. See more >

2. Drug warrant leads to arrest at South Surrey border

A 22-year-old Missouri woman was arrested at the Pacific Highway border Saturday, in connection with a dangerous-drugs charge. See more >

3. It might be summer, but Surrey’s already assessing its road salt stock

While summer is in full swing, the City of Surrey is already looking ahead to next winter. See more >

4. Langley man involved in $90 million pyramid scheme

Rajiv Dixit entered a plea agreement and was fined $2.5 million. See more >

5. Woman saved in swiftwater rescue near Hope

A woman was rescued just before nightfall on Sunday from a dangerous area of the Coquihalla River. See more >


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