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Donated veggies make hearty soup and more
A hearty tomato-vegetable soup was bubbling away on the stove Monday morning at the Chilliwack Salvation Army soup kitchen.
UPDATED: Chilliwack opts to keep the HST
Most Chilliwack residents bucked the B.C. trend and voted to keep the HST, but the Yes side won overall in B.C. with 54.73 per cent.
Balancing river values with heavy use on the Vedder
It’s an extremely well-used recreational corridor in Chilliwack in need of a fresh look at its management.
Another fire at massive Chilliwack grow-op site
A remote property on Nixon Road that once housed huge underground bunkers to grow marijuana was the scene of yet another hillside fire.
Keith Wilson bridge opens early
The newly repaired Keith Wilson bridge was in operation Wednesday afternoon — a little more than a week ahead of schedule.
Municipal politicians mull election plans
Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz doused speculation she might run for a provincial seat, in the wake of Chilliwack-Hope MLA Barry Penner’s surprise announcement Thursday that he’s stepping down from cabinet.
Penner charts a new course
Life is already different for Chilliwack-Hope MLA Barry Penner who stepped down from his role as Attorney-General in the B.C. cabinet last week.
Youth add voice to skate park plans
The prospect of the new skate park moving to Webster Road is starting to appeal to some of the local users.
Medical grow-op suffers grow-rip
One man is in police custody and another got away after an early morning “grow-rip” was waged on a medical marijuana grow-op in East Chilliwack.
Aaron Pritchett added to downtown Chilliwack show
Country star Aaron Pritchett is added to roster of strong local talent at 2011 Party in the Park finale Aug. 26 in Central Community Park.
Former coach pleads guilty to sex abuse charge
A 56-year-old former hockey coach pleaded guilty to sexual interference of two boys, who were 11 and 13 at the time.
Treasures to peruse at Art on the Farm
The annual Chilliwack event is a veritable celebration of the region's artists, and a chance to discover the inherent charm of the Columbia Valley, says Art on the Farm organizer Minda Chittendon.
Fed bear becomes dead bear in Chilliwack
A garbage-habituated bear at a Chilliwack-area trailer park had to be destroyed by a conservation officer Wednesday.
Skate park finds new home as library approved
Chilliwack’s brand-new skate park will not be built at the Twin Rinks site, along with the new Sardis library, as originally planned.
First Nations in Chilliwack hold rally for wild salmon
Heightened concern for the fate of wild salmon is inspiring action in several salmon-reliant communities the Fraser River watershed.
Chilliwack a groovy stop on The Hippie Trip
What a long, strange trip it’s been for Jason McCelvey of TheHippie Trip.com.
Revision could net developer a refund of DCCs
Almost a quarter-million dollars in refunded development cost charges could be issued to Genica Development this week from City of Chilliwack coffers.
Sockeye brings anglers to river
Hundreds of anglers staked out a spot on the lower Fraser River over the weekend to take advantage of a recreational opening for sockeye.
Anglers head out on the Fraser
Recreational anglers were given a three-day fishery for sockeye on the Lower Fraser River.
Bridge closure in Chilliwack brings temporary lull
Major repairs are underway on the Keith Wilson bridge in Chilliwack for the entire month of August. For at least one Greendale resident, the road closure has been a blessing.