Emelie Peacock

Ultramarathon through B.C.’s Cascade Mountains cancelled due to wildfires

Ultramarathon through B.C.’s Cascade Mountains cancelled due to wildfires

193-kilometre race course from Keremeos to Manning Park on hold until next year

Ultramarathon through B.C.’s Cascade Mountains cancelled due to wildfires
A cardboard sign along Water Avenue in Hope is part of the effort to locate 29-year-old Shawnee Morita Inyallie. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

‘We love her and need her home’: Family searches for missing B.C. woman

Shawnee Morita Inyallie, last seen three weeks ago in Hope, has spent time in Chilliwack, Agassiz

A cardboard sign along Water Avenue in Hope is part of the effort to locate 29-year-old Shawnee Morita Inyallie. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Shawnee Morita Inyallie, 29, is described as an aboriginal female with black hair and brown eyes, 163 centimetres tall (5’4) weighing 54 kilograms (120 pounds). RCMP photo

Police say missing Hope woman could be on her way to Prince George

Hope RCMP say Shawnee Morita Inyallie’s disappearance is ‘out of character’ for the 29-year-old

Shawnee Morita Inyallie, 29, is described as an aboriginal female with black hair and brown eyes, 163 centimetres tall (5’4) weighing 54 kilograms (120 pounds). RCMP photo
John Fair pans for gold on the Fraser River. As many as 30,000 gold-hungry adventurers descended upon the area when gold was discovered there in 1858, making Yale the largest population centre north of San Francisco. Photo: Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard.

Modern prospector keeps the Fraser River gold rush days alive

John Fair enjoys passing on his knowledge to others, to keep tradition alive.

John Fair pans for gold on the Fraser River. As many as 30,000 gold-hungry adventurers descended upon the area when gold was discovered there in 1858, making Yale the largest population centre north of San Francisco. Photo: Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard.
MLA urges pipeline progress after 19 train cars derail in Fraser Canyon

MLA urges pipeline progress after 19 train cars derail in Fraser Canyon

No injuries or spills after CN Rail cars derail this week north of Boston Bar

MLA urges pipeline progress after 19 train cars derail in Fraser Canyon
The Yale First Nation housing team are housing intern Talon Coghill, left, housing manager Crystal Sedore and housing intern Austin Heino. Sedore credits the visionary leadership of chief and council for a tiny homes project open to all community members, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

B.C. First Nation builds tiny homes amid housing crisis

Open to Indigenous and non-Indigenous tenants, project aims for affordability and zero hydro usage

The Yale First Nation housing team are housing intern Talon Coghill, left, housing manager Crystal Sedore and housing intern Austin Heino. Sedore credits the visionary leadership of chief and council for a tiny homes project open to all community members, Indigenous and non-Indigenous. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
Former B.C. teacher disciplined for asking pregnant student if she was ‘horny’

Former B.C. teacher disciplined for asking pregnant student if she was ‘horny’

High school teacher repeatedly swore, raised his voice and made lewd comments to female students

Former B.C. teacher disciplined for asking pregnant student if she was ‘horny’
Hope Search and Rescue are reporting four semi-trucks, four buses and 11 private vehicles were involved on a Sunday night crash on the Coquihalla highway. The crash sent 29 patients to hospital, no fatalities were reported. Hope Search and Rescue photo

Greyhound passenger speaks of chaos and fear during Coquihalla crash

Surrey woman Jane Green recounts terrifying moments, and a good emergency response

Hope Search and Rescue are reporting four semi-trucks, four buses and 11 private vehicles were involved on a Sunday night crash on the Coquihalla highway. The crash sent 29 patients to hospital, no fatalities were reported. Hope Search and Rescue photo
BC Ambulance Service honour guards Lonnie Barkhouse of Chilliwack, left, and Rosalene Berg of Abbotsford stand guard at Schlamp’s memorial plaque. Barry Stewart photo

B.C. paramedic killed in ambulance crash remembered 25 years later

A ‘sliver of grief remains’ for husband after Carol Schlamp died in a tragic accident near Hope

BC Ambulance Service honour guards Lonnie Barkhouse of Chilliwack, left, and Rosalene Berg of Abbotsford stand guard at Schlamp’s memorial plaque. Barry Stewart photo
Project leaders stand on the ground which will house a childcare and community space, the first of its kind in Hope. From left are Jeff Kuhn, lead pastor at Grace Baptist Church; Jodi McBride, executive director of the Read Right Society; and Ken Hansen, Chief of the Yale First Nation. Emelie Peacock photo

New B.C. daycare a model for reconciliation

Yale First Nation, Baptist church and Read Right to open 37 childcare spaces

Project leaders stand on the ground which will house a childcare and community space, the first of its kind in Hope. From left are Jeff Kuhn, lead pastor at Grace Baptist Church; Jodi McBride, executive director of the Read Right Society; and Ken Hansen, Chief of the Yale First Nation. Emelie Peacock photo
Men accused in Michael Bonin’s murder knew him: IHIT

Men accused in Michael Bonin’s murder knew him: IHIT

20-year-old’s body found on a rural service road North of Hope in April

Men accused in Michael Bonin’s murder knew him: IHIT