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Party In The Park tries green approach
It’s an experiment starting at this summer’s Party in the Park to show Chilliwack how easy it is to take food scraps out of the waste stream.
Pay stations coming to Cultus Lake Park
Parking meters are being installed in Cultus Lake Park.
Despite the decision to remove pay parking from provincial parks across B.C., there is no similar move being considered in the lots run by the Cultus Lake Park Board, confirmed board chair Sacha Peter.
Charities ratify bingo deal
Chilliwack Bingo Association charities voted in favour of the deal presented to them by Great Canadian Gaming Corporation over the weekend.
Derek Edwards is inspired by a sense of the ridiculous
Comedian Derek Edward describes himself as the kind of kid that never really planned ahead. Catch his new show, My Blunderful Life, May 13 at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
How to have a healthier community
Community stakeholders have been hammering out a vision for a healthier Chilliwack…
On-air comments bring radio rebuke
Local singer Inez Jasper was unceremoniously taken off the air recently from a college radio station in Wyoming.
Since returning home to Chilliwack, the unfortunate experience has underlined for her some of the key political differences between Canada and the U.S.
D-Day drama in HHS Sunday
Jake’s Gift is a surprisingly funny drama that tells the story of a Canadian World War II veteran who reluctantly returns to Normandy for the 60th anniversary of D-Day. This award-winning production will be presented as a special matinée performance at Harrison Memorial Hall on Sunday, May 8, 2 p.m.
Chilliwack RCMP chart strategic course
Illegal drugs and street crime can be a vicious circle.
The 2011-13 Strategic Plan for the RCMP Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment makes this connection crystal clear:
“From the front line perspective, the Detachment understands these areas are often inter-related: those seeking to support a drug habit often resort to property crime.”
Diva Night saw gravity-defying aerial arts
Organizers are calling the second annual Domestic Diva Night a success after raising more than $1,000 for the Ann Davis Transition Society downtown on Friday night.
Cultus steps back from the brink
Cultus Lake Park Board is bouncing back from the brink of insolvency.
Alien plants pulled at Island 22
Some invasive plants were being pulled from Island 22 Regional Park last week thanks to a group of G.W. Graham students involved in Take Action Day.
Transit Future rolls into Chilliwack
What will it take to get people out of their cars and on the bus?
Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz asked that question while aboard a tricked out BC Transit bus parked at city hall Monday morning for a media event.
Spend Mother’s Day with Patsy Cline
Bonnie Kilroe of Celebrity Imposters has been around the world with suitcases full of costumes and wigs, doing her version of superstar acts like Patsy Cline, Cher, Barbra Streisand and even Lady Gaga. Now she's coming to Chilliwack on Sunday, May 8 to perform two shows at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre, with a performance she calls simply "Mother's Day with Patsy Cline."
Charities to vote on bingo deal
Chilliwack officials won’t be revisiting their approval of a new community gaming centre with slot machines now that the sale of Chilliwack Bingo Association to a gaming corporation is pending.
Film sets stage for discussions
It’s not always easy to broach the topic of death.The Chilliwack Hospice…
Turf Wars at the Blue Heron Nature Reserve
Chilliwack artist Sylvie Roussel-Janssens depicts the growing tension between creeping urbanization and wildlife habitat in her new project, Turf Wars.
Fab Fourever back in the ’Wack
They aren’t some random guys in cheap suits pretending to be the Beatles.
Instruments used by the Fab Fourever are authentic, and they are sticklers for the musical details.
Even their outfits are vintage.
Show puts spotlight on student artwork
ART33 is the name of the vibrant high school student art show on display now at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
The artwork in a variety of media was created by student artists in grades 10, 11 and 12 from all three secondary schools.
April showers complicate planting
A cool, rainy spring can stop some local farmers in their tracks.
Ian Sparkes of Sparkes Corn Barns has been looking to the skies for drier weather so he can get his early sweet corn planted in Chilliwack.
Helping after the disaster
The Best Western Rainbow Country Inn is pulling out all the stops April 21 for Japanese earthquake victims with their heartfelt fundraiser, Here, After, for the Disaster.