Jennifer Lang

Don Christian Elementary’s Odyssey of the Mind team poses with their medals at the B.C. tournament on April 16. They will represent Canada at the worlds this month.

Cloverdale problem solvers set out for an Iowa Odyssey

A team from Don Christian Elementary is about to embark on a true Odyssey of the Mind.

Don Christian Elementary’s Odyssey of the Mind team poses with their medals at the B.C. tournament on April 16. They will represent Canada at the worlds this month.
Crews work on the rubble of what was formerly the Cloverdale Supermarket at 176 Street and 58 Avenue.

Urban renewal

A man watches the demolition crew work in the rubble of the former Cloverdale Supermarket

Crews work on the rubble of what was formerly the Cloverdale Supermarket at 176 Street and 58 Avenue.
Sisters Taya and Trista sample chili at the 39th annual Cloverdale Chili Cook-off.

Cloverdale Legion wins pro division at chili cook-off

The 19th annual competition saw crowds line up to sample amateur and pro entries.

Sisters Taya and Trista sample chili at the 39th annual Cloverdale Chili Cook-off.
It was bulls 7

Large crowds turn out for 70th Cloverdale Rodeo

The four-day event drew more than 100,000 visitors over the Victoria Day weekend.

It was bulls 7
The 39th annual Cloverdale Bed Races are at 6 p.m. Thursday

IN BRIEF: Rodeo Week events in Cloverdale

Cloverdale set to host the 70th Rodeo Parade, bed races, and more as celebrations kick into gear

The 39th annual Cloverdale Bed Races are at 6 p.m. Thursday
Surrey's historic heart to celebrate 70th Cloverdale Rodeo

Surrey’s historic heart to celebrate 70th Cloverdale Rodeo

Cloverdale's premiere event marks a milestone with fireworks, a headlining concert, and improved rodeo experience

Surrey's historic heart to celebrate 70th Cloverdale Rodeo
These students made tie-dye T-shirts (not pictured) for Pride Week at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary.

Opinion: A step forward for Surrey students

The opening of a gender neutral washroom at Lord Tweedsmuir adds new layers to the term, ‘Panther Pride’

These students made tie-dye T-shirts (not pictured) for Pride Week at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary.
Surrey's Chadd Sinclair poses with the tools of his trade – a Punisher skateboard and a GoPro he uses to document his life on YouTube.

World Round-up hopeful says ‘Skateboarding saved my life’

Surrey's Chadd Sinclair has overcome a lot to become a competitor – and a compelling ambassador of the sport

Surrey's Chadd Sinclair poses with the tools of his trade – a Punisher skateboard and a GoPro he uses to document his life on YouTube.
At the high school chili cook off hosted by Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.

Students conjure up creative chili entries

High school culinary arts students converge on Cloverdale for the annual chili cook off

At the high school chili cook off hosted by Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.
The Surrey Museum in Cloverdale.

Surrey arts, culture funding announced

Art gallery, museum and archives receive operating grants worth a combined $130,000.

The Surrey Museum in Cloverdale.

Speedway volunteers call out for Fort Mac donations

Agassiz Speedway volunteers are putting the call out for donations to help Fort McMurray relief efforts

Project manager Glen Thomsen stands in the Cloverdale Legion auditorium

Federal funds to pay for new flooring at the Cloverdale Legion

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 6 is receiving a grant from the New Horizons for Seniors program

Project manager Glen Thomsen stands in the Cloverdale Legion auditorium
Browse sidewalk sales and check out local vendors at Cloverdale's Market Days

Cloverdale Market Days return with a bang

The first of five monthly Saturday markets set to launch with an event so large, organizers are shutting down part of 176 Street

Browse sidewalk sales and check out local vendors at Cloverdale's Market Days
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Pacific saves Cloverdale Chili Cook-off

Amateur chili cooks wanting to enter the 19th annual event will have to cook their chili at an approved, Fraser Health-inspected kitchen

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Every seat is a good seat at the Cloverdale Legion

Cloverdale Legion showcases amateur boxing at its finest

Showcase runs Sunday, May 15

Every seat is a good seat at the Cloverdale Legion
Harness racing icon Bill Davis

‘Remarkable’ horseman Bill Davis to be remembered with special ceremony

Surrey's Elements Casino announces the longtime harness racing driver and trainer will be commemorated in October

Harness racing icon Bill Davis
Members of Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary's Gay Straight Alliance and other students took part in a T-shirt tie-dyeing session Tuesday

All-gender restroom ‘a step forward’ at Lord Tweedsmuir

Students celebrate the school's first ever Pride Week with tie dye t-shirts and ribbon cutting ceremony for new washroom

Members of Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary's Gay Straight Alliance and other students took part in a T-shirt tie-dyeing session Tuesday
Cloverdale United Church is missing its cross and part of its steeple.

A little off the top

Cloverdale United Church is temporarily missing its cross and part of its steeple.

Cloverdale United Church is missing its cross and part of its steeple.
Ron Powers of the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society in Cloverdale invites passengers to climb aboard. The heritage attraction and passenger runs will be open weekends starting May 7.

Surrey’s Heritage Rail is back May 7

Climb aboard a working Interurban for a ride out of Cloverdale Station, tour the car barn, and learn more about the BC Electric Railway

Ron Powers of the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway Society in Cloverdale invites passengers to climb aboard. The heritage attraction and passenger runs will be open weekends starting May 7.
Clarence Heppell

Farm kid became a B.C. grocery legend

Overwaitea president Clarence Heppell grew up in Cloverdale and never forgot his roots; was key Pattison ally in ‘darkest days’

Clarence Heppell