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Goose bumps are part of the illusionist’s ride
Goose bumps are a natural reaction to being utterly astonished.They're all part…
Resident decries municipal tax increase
Council kept its 2011 tax increase to the lowest level it possibly could without cutting key services.
That was the message from city hall after councillors voted in favour of the 2011 financial plan bylaw, which includes a 3.45 per cent tax hike.
No flood expected in Chilliwack this spring
The annual spring freshet on the Fraser River is not expected to cause any localized flooding this year.
Snow survey results from March 1 made it clear that snowpack levels are normal or slightly above normal in the Chilliwack area, and throughout most of the province.
Two-pronged attack on medical grow operations
Fire. Mould. Grow-rips.
These are some of the dangers to the community posed by medical marijuana grow-ops, say city officials.
Chorfest set to resonate
Here’s the deal for those who really love to sing.A rare opportunity…
Movie magic moves to the Cottonwood 4
Cinephiles have been enjoying the Spring Film Series at a brand-new venue…
Give them bread but roses, too
Ann Davis, who organized food hampers for Chilliwack's needy in the 1920s,…
Cuthbertson leaving Community Services
After 12 years at the helm, Dale Cuthbertson handed in his resignation as executive director of Chilliwack Community Services, said CCS board chair Alex McAulay.
Garrison leading the pack in Great Places contest
Active online voting for Garrison Crossing has put the planned neighbourhood at the top of the heap in the Great Places in Canada contest.
More than 200 new trees to be planted on Promontory
The effort to “regreen” the hillside area of Promontory got a big…
Temporary emergency shelter quietly leaves town
The modified shipping container used briefly to house the homeless in Chilliwack was removed before the cold snap hit.
It left town quietly, and without any of the fanfare with which it arrived.
Chilliwack faces 3.45% tax increase
It’s another lean budget for Chilliwack that recognizes the harsh impact of recessionary times, said Mayor Sharon Gaetz. A 3.45 per cent tax increase is in store for Chilliwack homeowners in 2011.
Story Theatre’s Pinocchio on Sunday
Follow the adventures of the wooden-headed, self-centered marionette, Pinocchio.
Two shows are set to dazzle audiences Sunday afternoon at the Cultural Centre.
Rescuer organizes walk for sled dogs
If local resident Tanja Jaeger gets her way, lots of people will…
Contact centre rezoning sails through
A Health Contact Centre is one step closer for Chilliwack's marginalized and addicted.
Chilly in Chilliwack but no big call for shelter
You wouldn’t know it from looking out the window this week.Chilliwack was…
Christian school moving into Sally Ann church building
Cascade Christian School is preparing to make a move to Brooks Avenue…
These Kids to drop first full-length CD
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Abo art in the new ER causes uproar
The wellness-themed art generated a storm of controversy last week at The Progress (www.theprogress.com), attracting a record number of 52 online comments and several empassioned letters to the editor.
Paying homage to HMCS Chilliwack
A delegation from the Canadian Navy were in council chambers Tuesday to present Mayor Sharon Gaetz and council with a commemorative plaque, on the heels of the 100th anniversary of the navy last year.