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The saga of the pink building took another twist over the weekend when the downtown storefront was repainted a dark green.
Johnny Cash Tribute Concert Chilliwack Big River
The focus of downtown greening efforts is now shifting to Yale Road.
Chilliwack, A Little Girls Called Squeaks, Laura Gilbert, Debbie Maddigan, book
Park board officials posted a document to their website in early 2011 explaining how lease rates were calculated. But when it was pointed out the formulas were incorrect, staff redrafted the rate information, and reposted it.
Chilliwack Fair is Aug. 5-7 at Heritage Park with all the most-loved elements, from the horse show, and rodeo, to those cute animals and famous little doughnuts.
Cultus Lake Park Board is now considering a range of solutions, said board chair Sacha Peter.
Periodic road closures on Ryder Lake Road and Elk View Road can be expected, as volunteers scoop toads into buckets and shuttle them across the road.
The Keith Wilson Bridge is about to undergo a major repair because of settlement and cracking issues on the bridge deck — among other problems.
Folk metal band Scythia is coming to Chilliwack Aug. 5 as part of their Summer Siege Tour.
The Hope Slough was historically navigable by canoe, but it’s been choked with canary reed grass for years.
Organizers have nicknamed it the “best little gospel blues festival west of Chicago.”
It’s time for the 8th annual Back to the Blues Festival all weekend at Threshermen’s Village next to Heritage Park.
Busker Erik Stephany could hardly wait to bring his magic act to the streets of downtown Chilliwack.
The second drop-off of the year for Plant A Row Grow A Row folks is Saturday afternoon in the Cottonwood Mall south parking lot.
When the big brass from the local RCMP showed up for a volunteer recognition session last week at city hall, it signalled the contributions of the volunteers are highly valued.
Swimmer Ryan Kuester jingle-jangled as he walked down the aisle at city hall last week to be recognized by city council — for the second time in less than two years.
Between the devastating global bee virus and the terrible weather, many honey farmers are in serious trouble.
A local musical theatre company is offering some classic Charlie Brown with a Chilliwack twist. Secondary Characters is rehearsing for a July 28-Aug. 7 production of ‘You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown' based on the well-loved Charles Schultz comic strip.
They are out to bring stellar shows and productions to Chilliwack that a city this size simply wouldn't otherwise see. The new 2011-2012 Season was proudly unveiled by the Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society and Cultural Centre executive director Michael Cade.
A unique summer program for teens in Chilliwack shows there’s a correlation between positive reinforcement and success.