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Despite some progress, only 57% of aboriginal students in Chilliwack will complete their Grade 12
Chilliwack Progress education reporter Katie Bartel says goodbye to Chilliwack and journalism.
Chilliwack teenager Malaika Walsh has developed a businesses selling hand-stitched Sock Boys.
Smitty Miller is killing librarian stereotypes with her jazzed up style of running Chilliwack Library.
Tragedy brought Alexis Grace into the Seabird Island fold, and her outside-the-box initiatives has the band holding on tight to her.
Chilliwack strongman Scott Wallace is holding a charity pull event at Party in the Park Friday to raise funds for a local daycare.
Darlene Wahlstrom is the face of Chilliwack Victim Services.
Last year, 140 Chilliwack students were taught the DARE program thanks to $2,300 received in donations.
The innovative design and construction of Chilliwack secondary was awarded this week by Vancouver Regional Construction Association.
Approximately 30 teachers participated in a demonstration outside Chilliwack MLA John Martin's office Tuesday morning.
Fraser Institute report finds on-reserve schools don't meet provincial educational standards, but B.C. First Nations advocate disagrees.
After two years aboard Mercy Ships, Chilliwack resident Kathryn Stock has committed to another three years.
UFV gets $2.1 million in state-of-the-art training equipment for its Agriculture Centre of Excellence from Conservative government.
Pioneer Village is one of the stops on the Chilliwack Slow Food Cycle Tour this Sunday.
He's a tattooed, hair metal guitarist, pseudo abstract artist, wrestling fanatic, proud hog driver. And university professor.
Chilliwack Alzheimer's Society is seeking volunteers to facilitate group meetings for caregivers and recently diagnosed.
Chilliwack MP Mark Strahl spent Tuesday morning chatting with Seabird Island youth participating in the Enhanced Service Delivery program.
A memorial bursary was created this year by the Fraser Valley Dragon Boat Club to honour deceased paddler Lois Boschman.
Tell anyone in Promontory that beloved school principal Joe Krajnyak is retiring and they’ll likely screw their face up in wonderment.
Evans elementary will start building a new wheelchair accessible playground in stages this August.