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Adam Louis

Adam Louis

I have worked with Black Press since January 2020. I graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in print journalism in 2008 and have been working in small-town news ever since.

Phone
604-796-4302
Email
adam.louis@ahobserver.com

Recent Work by Adam

1 killed, 1 injured in ATV crash near Harrison

1 killed, 1 injured in ATV crash near Harrison

1 man killed, another injured on forest service road
Harrison Hot Springs mayor resigns amid clashes with council

Harrison Hot Springs mayor resigns amid clashes with council

Ed Wood's resignation effective by end of day Monday
Vikes coach named to Basketball B.C. Hall of Fame

Vikes coach named to Basketball B.C. Hall of Fame

Former Agassiz basketball star, UBC alumna honoured on provincial level
Multiple assailants ID’d in federal prison stabbing in Agassiz

Multiple assailants ID’d in federal prison stabbing in Agassiz

CSC, RCMP investigating Kent Institution incident
Sassy the goat saved from oncoming train after escaping in B.C. town

Sassy the goat saved from oncoming train after escaping in B.C. town

Wayward goat taken into custody and returned home safely
Province signs historic child and family services agreement with B.C. First Nation

Province signs historic child and family services agreement with B.C. First Nation

Province supports Sts’ailes asserting their own family services laws
Beleaguered B.C. village council cannot turn itself off

Beleaguered B.C. village council cannot turn itself off

No legislative provisions allow for a council to fire itself, after Harrison Hot Springs mayor asks
Seabird Island chief hopeful about recovery efforts after train fuel spill

Seabird Island chief hopeful about recovery efforts after train fuel spill

Water shipped in as cleanup commences
Train strikes debris, spills diesel on tracks near Agassiz

Train strikes debris, spills diesel on tracks near Agassiz

Environmental crews investigating
PHOTOS: B.C. First Nation Sts’ailes moves to fund its own child welfare

PHOTOS: B.C. First Nation Sts’ailes moves to fund its own child welfare

Despite lack of federal support, Sts’ailes moves forward with their own child laws
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