Katie Bartel

Chilliwack school district faces $3.1 million shortfall

Chilliwack school district is presenting its 2014/15 budget at the May 6 public board meeting. Job cuts are not on the table.

FHA: Worst measles outbreak in 30 years

Chilliwack: Fraser Health declares measles outbreak over after more than 400 cases reported.

Danica Truong and Drew Hendsbee

Chilliwack students hope cell phone booth will connect

Two Chilliwack secondary students have developed a cell phone holder they hope will result in more face-to-face communication.

Danica Truong and Drew Hendsbee
Corey Neyrinck

Chilliwack school trustee candidate facing child sex charges

Corey Neyrinck, former PAC chair and school trustee candidate, was in court Tuesday on on allegations of six sex-related charges.

Corey Neyrinck
Courtney Anderson has spent eight years developing The Wanted Children Foundation

Chilliwack foundation makes strides in Nigeria

Courtney Anderson, founder of The Wanted Children Foundation, will be speaking at Chilliwack secondary on April 29 at 7 p.m.

Courtney Anderson has spent eight years developing The Wanted Children Foundation

Chilliwack teachers say parents, students will see little impact as job action begins

Phase one of teacher strike starts Wednesday, April 23.

Byelection hopeful fails to file

Former school trustee candidate Corey Neyrinck is facing a $500 fine for failing to file his election expense disclosure statement.

Chilliwack YMCA

Program promotes healthy living in children

In an effort to conquer childhood obesity, Chilliwack YMCA is providing the MEND program, free of charge, for overweight children.

Chilliwack YMCA
The Chilliwack Library has undergone a number of upgrades

Chilliwack library turns another new page

Changes to the Chilliwack Library have helped to make it more inviting.

The Chilliwack Library has undergone a number of upgrades

‘Housekeeping’ ends district financial support to CHHCF

The Chilliwack school board has rescinded a motion of financial support to the Chilliwack Hospital and Health Care Foundation

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Chilliwack students source ‘inner beauty’

A group of Chilliwack students are going makeup free as part of the second annual Beautiful, You initiative.

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Dr. Pierre Vigneault of Willow Dental Care and 123Dentist.com performs an oral cancer screening with VELscope

Chilliwack dentists offer free oral cancer checks this week

Willow Dental Care and 123Dentist.com are holding free oral cancer checks Wednesday and Thursday in Chilliwack.

Dr. Pierre Vigneault of Willow Dental Care and 123Dentist.com performs an oral cancer screening with VELscope
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Hullabaloo: Chilliwack students take their poems to the masses

A group of Sardis secondary students will be competing in Hullabaloo, Vancouver's youth poetry slam competition.

Sardis secondary students from left
G.W. Graham middle-secondary school adopts a new excellence program.

G.W. Graham opts for in-house honours program

G.W. Graham middle-secondary school phases out its IB program in favour of the da Vinci Program of Distinction.

G.W. Graham middle-secondary school adopts a new excellence program.

Finance change could shake up school district earthquake plans

Chilliwack school district may no longer be able to hold a “rainy day” fund.

Librarian Smitty Miller sits in the Chilliwack Library's new Listening Station

Read with your ears at Chilliwack Library

Chilliwack Library now has a listening station for sight impaired customers to listen to books and other audio.

Librarian Smitty Miller sits in the Chilliwack Library's new Listening Station

A.D. Rundle assembles building blocks to success

A.D. Rundle middle school rolls out new program to enhance learning at all levels within the school.

Fred Hails of Dickens British Museum has created a Wall of Wheelchairs. Over the past two years

Going to the wall for wheelchairs

Dickens British Museum is featuring a wall of wheelchairs in recognition of the "celebrities" who've donated for those in need.

Fred Hails of Dickens British Museum has created a Wall of Wheelchairs. Over the past two years

Chilliwack students excel at math meet

Sardis secondary ranked number one for the Fraser Valley zone in the recent University of Waterloo Cayley Contest.

Doug Ware outside his Elk View Road home six days after a wall of mud came crashing through his house on Jan. 8

Washington mudslide stirs Chilliwack memories

Last Saturday's mudslide in Snohomish County has one Chilliwack family remembering their own mudslide misery.

Doug Ware outside his Elk View Road home six days after a wall of mud came crashing through his house on Jan. 8
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