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Four sites up for new traffic lights
Four busy intersections across Chilliwack are on the list to receive a new set of traffic lights.
Making the case for smart meters
A BC Hydro official argued there are many concrete benefits to smart metering, and she mapped out some of them for a small crowd in Chilliwack on Thursday.
Thrilling opera season comes to the big screen
The Metropolitan Opera is coming to Galaxy Cinemas Chilliwack via satellite in high-definition.
Raising the roof at downtown mission
The new roof installation was completed last week at Ruth and Naomi’s Mission site on Fletcher Street.
Shining a purple light into the night
Domestic violence is completely unacceptable in Chilliwack — or anywhere else. That's the message of Purple Light Nights, kicking off next week.
Culture on a Plate earns tasty win
Preparing food from around the world is a family tradition at the Stephany household in Chilliwack.
So it wasn’t really a stretch for Erik Stephany, 15, to tackle the tantalizing topic, and wax eloquent for a creative writing contest.
Training room named for firefighter
He served the Sardis fire hall for decades.
Richard 'Dick' Armitage became a volunteer member of the Sardis fire hall in 1956 when it was located on Knight Road, and served as its brigade chief for years.
Celebrating the power of imagination
Culture Days 2011 will be celebrated with dozens of events at two Chilliwack venues on October 1.
Jam the Jeep shows generosity
Over the past month, everyone has been asked to Jam The Jeep at Cottonwood Mall for charity — just in time for the back-to-school season.
Local bluegrass star named jam champion
Local bluegrass star Trisha Gagnon can now claim the title of world champion jam-maker.
‘This is what one family can do,’ says Chilliwack mayor
A special thank you went out the Terry Fox family from Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz in council chambers Tuesday.
Bonnie Kilroe brings out her divas
Entertainer Bonnie Kilroe played a show in Chilliwack back in May, promising she'd be back with her big Vegas show. Now she's at the Cultural Centre Sept. 24 for Divas: Vaudeville meets Vegas.
Doors opening up for environmental technicians
Tana Mussell and Dan Kelly completed an intensive environmental technician course, and were just hired by Seven Generations Environmental Services to work at BC Hydro’s new Interior to Lower Mainland (ILM) Transmission Project.
Bergeron brings songs and stories to Chilliwack
Singer-songwriter Debbie Bergeron is back at Bozzini's Sept. 15 with a captivating show called Songs and Stories.
Local elder organized rally against fish farms
A rally to protect wild salmon on the steps of the Vancouver Art Gallery last week included a contingent from Chilliwack.
Getting interactive on the Vedder Rotary Trail
All kinds of fun factoids can be found on the new interactive program, TrailTalker, created for visitors of the Vedder Rotary Trail in Chilliwack.
Marking 100 years of fire fighting history
The first 100 years of the Chilliwack Fire Department is now captured in book form and ready for sale, said Fire Chief Rick Ryall.
Building relationships at the Cheam barbecue
Cheam First Nation hosted its annual Building Relationships BBQ on Cheam Beach Wednesday, inviting everyone to enjoy a barbecued salmon lunch and some riverside fellowship.
Cultus Lake Park Board posts $1 million surplus
A net surplus of more than a million dollars is being reported by Cultus Lake Park Board officials for the first six months of 2011.
Latimer and Tractorgrease break boundaries
Singer Cameron Latimer is joining the Tractorgrease Folk for an action-packed CD release party Sept. 8 in Chilliwack.