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Reflecting on the headlines: The goats arrived in Chilliwack in 2016 to try grazing some invasive weeds.
Reflecting on the headlines: Murder made the headlines in a disturbing way in 2016.
Reflecting on the headlines: The ‘sold’ sticker was slapped onto the for-sale sign at Chilliwack's old Safeway site in May.
Reflecting on the headlines: Promontory elementary hit almost 200 per cent capacity this year.
Reflecting on the headlines: Chilliwack Cattle Sales and its owner pleaded guilty to cruelty to animals in mid-December.
Reflecting on the headlines: If a fad is something that comes and goes quickly, then Pokemon Go earned the title with ease in 2016.
Reflecting on the headlines: Things are looking mightily different at the former UFV lands on Yale Road.
Reflecting on the headlines: Support for the Chilliwack General Hospital was huge in 2016.
Reflecting on the headlines: Molson Coors Canada announced plans to build a brand-new brewery in Chilliwack in July.
Reflecting on the headlines: Anxiety over Chilliwack’s rising crime rate dominated public discussion through much of 2016.
Reflecting on the headlines: Homelessness exploded in Chilliwack in 2016.
Black Press announces the consolidation of its two local publications, the Chilliwack Progress and the Chilliwack Times
The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.
Chilliwack Progress readers shared their festive holiday pet photos with us. Here are some of them.
Ballet Victoria joins Creative Outlet to bring The Nutcracker ballet to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Dec. 21 and 22.
A Day to Give takes place Tuesday, Dec. 20 at Vedder elementary, starting at noon.
A Cowboy Christmas will take you on a magical journey to a simpler, quieter time captured through music and poetry on Dec. 18.
Experience the magic of Frozen in a whole new way when it returns to the Chilliwack Cultural Centre for a sing-along on Dec. 16 and 17.
Well known country singer, Kenny Hess, will be performing at the Roadhouse Bar and Grill on Dec. 17.
The Chilliwack Players Guild announced that its newly created fringe-style theatre festival will be called Rickrack in The Wack.