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In 2001, strong opposition thwarted construction of a pollution-generating power plant in Sumas.
The senior boys team wrapped up their berth with a convincing win over Abbotsford’s MEI Eagles.
The Merritt Centennials are the only team in the 17 team BCHL to not make the playoff dance.
Five members of the Fraser Valley Rhythmic Gymnastics Club won silver in Fort St. John
A 7-0 victory over the Rivermen might help the Chiefs ‘flip the switch’ as the BCHL playoffs begin.
The local swim club sent a handful of athletes to the massive provincial meet in Vancouver.
The Chiefs got the good vibes back, for one day at least, winning 7-0 at the Chilliwack Coliseum.
In 1995, Chilliwack Mayor John Les was concerned about the idea of an ‘Aryan Fest’ coming to town.
The Cascades fell to the University of Alberta Pandas in a hard fought Canada West battle.
The longtime official will be honoured prior to Sunday’s home regular season finale vs Langley.
Greggain will help top Canadian amateurs as they make the leap to professional play.
The junior A league announced three nominees for five major awards on Friday.
In 1973, students celebrated the end of corporal punishment while school admins felt anxiety.
The GW Graham grad had all-star and all-rookie status bestowed upon her Thursday.
The junior A club is in danger of losing home ice advantage to Surrey in the BCHL playoffs.
Kienen Draper is the son of four time Stanley Cup champion Kris Draper.
The local 18-plus team wants the stands at the Sardis Sports Complex full when they take on Poco.
Long considered an outlaw sport with a wild west mentality, MMA is gaining legitimacy.
The fantastic freshman dominated the Thompson Rivers WolfPack in her first playoff game.
Kyle Johnson is the first signing made by new Bandits basketball boss Kyle Julius.