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A house for sale sign in Garrison Crossing in Chilliwack on Nov. 6, 2022. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)

Home sales, prices continue to decline in Chilliwack and district

Year-over-year selling prices down 18% in November 2021

A house for sale sign in Garrison Crossing in Chilliwack on Nov. 6, 2022. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)
Photo of Evelyn Fisher of Chilliwack from the Riverview School of Psychiatric Nursing. The 32-year-old Fisher was murdered in Florida on Jan. 22, 1980. (Submitted by Miramar Police Department)

1980 Florida homicide cold case of Chilliwack’s Evelyn Fisher solved

Charges laid in connection with Tzeachten member who was raped, murdered in 1980 in Miramar, FL

Photo of Evelyn Fisher of Chilliwack from the Riverview School of Psychiatric Nursing. The 32-year-old Fisher was murdered in Florida on Jan. 22, 1980. (Submitted by Miramar Police Department)
Clayton Eheler. (Facebook)

OPINION: Repeated release on bail for Chilliwack gangster shows judge is ignoring Premier David Eby

In a mind-boggling decision, convicted cocaine trafficker Clayton Eheler released on bail yet again

Clayton Eheler. (Facebook)
Miramar Police Headquarters in Miramar, Florida. (Photo www.miramarpd.org)

Grand jury indictment issued in 42-year-old ‘brutal’ murder of Chilliwack woman in Florida

Evelyn Fisher, 32, of Tzeachten First Nation was killed on Jan. 22, 1980 in Miramar, Florida

Miramar Police Headquarters in Miramar, Florida. (Photo www.miramarpd.org)
IHIT on the scene Oct. 4, 2018 on Yale Road east of Menzies after a shooting left one man dead. (Greg Knill/ Progress file)

Alberta man charged with first-degree murder in 2018 Chilliwack cold case

Kyle Cromarty, 27, killed; Harry Christensen of Alberta in court Monday

IHIT on the scene Oct. 4, 2018 on Yale Road east of Menzies after a shooting left one man dead. (Greg Knill/ Progress file)
Tausha Tonks (centre) with her father Paul Tonks (seated) and her daughter Aisha Aitchison, her son Jacob Downie (toque) and her son Kruz Mckay. (Tausha Tonks photo)

Chilliwack daughter of homicide victim left with questions after her father’s alleged killer dies

Charged with murdering Paul Tonks and another man, Joe Holland found dead at North Fraser Pretrial

Tausha Tonks (centre) with her father Paul Tonks (seated) and her daughter Aisha Aitchison, her son Jacob Downie (toque) and her son Kruz Mckay. (Tausha Tonks photo)
Seth Tait of Chilliwack was charged with uttering threats to Muslims after he posted a series of YouTube videos at the end of 2016 and into early 2017. (YouTube)

OPINION: Keyboard warriors are learning the limits of free speech online

Surrey man charged with threatening CNN anchor just the latest in a long line of cowards charged

Seth Tait of Chilliwack was charged with uttering threats to Muslims after he posted a series of YouTube videos at the end of 2016 and into early 2017. (YouTube)
Protesters and counter-protestors shared their polarizing views on the contentious SOGI 123 curriculum at the B.C. Legislature in 2018. (Keri Coles/Black Press file)

What really is the SOGI 123 resource in British Columbia schools?

Q&A on the LGBTQ anti-bullying program with ARC Foundation’s national program manager

Protesters and counter-protestors shared their polarizing views on the contentious SOGI 123 curriculum at the B.C. Legislature in 2018. (Keri Coles/Black Press file)
Rev. John Koopman of Free Reformed Church in Chilliwack who was found guilty of violating COVID-19 orders on religious gatherings. (Screenshot www.sermonaudio.com)

Chilliwack pastor found guilty of hosting church service in violation of COVID rules

Rev. John Koopman’s lawyer to make Charter argument that prohibition violated freedom of religion

Rev. John Koopman of Free Reformed Church in Chilliwack who was found guilty of violating COVID-19 orders on religious gatherings. (Screenshot www.sermonaudio.com)
Before running for mayor of Chilliwack, tow truck company owner Dave Rowan drove around in 2017 with a sign on his truck that said “Give em all fentanyl.” (Chilliwack Progress file)
Before running for mayor of Chilliwack, tow truck company owner Dave Rowan drove around in 2017 with a sign on his truck that said “Give em all fentanyl.” (Chilliwack Progress file)
Steven Gauthier was convicted in BC Supreme Court in New Westminster on Feb. 5, 2020 of aggravated sexual assault for having sex with a woman while HIV positive and not informing her of his infection. He was sentenced to four years in prison on June 25, 2021. His appeal was dismissed on Nov. 14, 2022. (Facebook)

Appeal dismissed for Chilliwack man who failed to disclose HIV status to sexual partner

Steven Gauthier sentenced to 4 years after BC Supreme Court conviction for aggravated sexual assault

Steven Gauthier was convicted in BC Supreme Court in New Westminster on Feb. 5, 2020 of aggravated sexual assault for having sex with a woman while HIV positive and not informing her of his infection. He was sentenced to four years in prison on June 25, 2021. His appeal was dismissed on Nov. 14, 2022. (Facebook)
Creekside Home Decor owner Kimberley Byers outside her Chilliwack Wellington Avenue store on Nov. 10, 2022. The store was broken into for the third time since May in early November, and she is standing in front of a temporary mural painted on plywood over where a window was smashed by thieves. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)

Downtown Chilliwack merchants plagued by smash-and-grab thefts

Problem not unique here as BIA of B.C. organization declares an ‘epidemic of property crime’

Creekside Home Decor owner Kimberley Byers outside her Chilliwack Wellington Avenue store on Nov. 10, 2022. The store was broken into for the third time since May in early November, and she is standing in front of a temporary mural painted on plywood over where a window was smashed by thieves. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)
The Supreme Court of Canada is pictured in Ottawa on Tuesday Sept. 6, 2022. In a 5-4 decision issued Nov. 4, 2022, the court ruled against a lower court’s decision regarding conditional sentences and Indigenous offenders. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

OPINION: Supreme Court decision a setback for justice for Indigenous offenders

‘A sad day for Indigenous defendants and the slow path to reconciliation’ – BC Civil Liberties Association

The Supreme Court of Canada is pictured in Ottawa on Tuesday Sept. 6, 2022. In a 5-4 decision issued Nov. 4, 2022, the court ruled against a lower court’s decision regarding conditional sentences and Indigenous offenders. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Jordan Anderson on Nov. 7, 2022 shows the pocket in a thrift-store jacket where she found two gold rings. Anderson was hoping to find the owners of the rings. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)

Chilliwack woman finds 2 gold rings in thrift store jacket

‘I don’t know what to do with them. If I lost them, I would be devastated’

Jordan Anderson on Nov. 7, 2022 shows the pocket in a thrift-store jacket where she found two gold rings. Anderson was hoping to find the owners of the rings. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)
Paramedics work to revive someone from an apparent drug overdose in Chilliwack, on June 16, 2017. (Paul Henderson/Chilliwack Progress File)

Another grim record for toxic drug overdose deaths in B.C. so far in 2022

27 lives lost in Chilliwack down from 46 in the same period in 2021

Paramedics work to revive someone from an apparent drug overdose in Chilliwack, on June 16, 2017. (Paul Henderson/Chilliwack Progress File)
Chilliwack RCMP at the scene of a police incident after 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Chilliwack RCMP officer faces criminal charges after domestic abuse suspect shot in 2021

Const. Keven Biagioni charged with discharging firearm with intent during arrest of David Bardwell

Chilliwack RCMP at the scene of a police incident after 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)
Re-elected Chilliwack mayor Ken Popove reads his declaration before Judge Kristen Mundstock at the 2022 council inauguration held at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Nov. 1, 2022. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)

Eighth Chilliwack city council inauguration held Tuesday night

Mayor Ken Popove sworn in along with five incumbent councillors and newcomer Nicole Huitema Read

Re-elected Chilliwack mayor Ken Popove reads his declaration before Judge Kristen Mundstock at the 2022 council inauguration held at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Nov. 1, 2022. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)
Barb Presseau, seen here on Oct. 21, 2022, is upset the man who killed her son Doug on July 7, 2017 downtown Chilliwack is set for statutory release on or near Nov. 19, 2022. Kirkland Russell was sentenced to eight years for the killing. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)

OPINION: Mother of man stabbed to death is outraged over her son’s killer’s imminent statutory release

Barbara Presseau wants public to know that offenders only serve two-thirds of sentences behind bars

Barb Presseau, seen here on Oct. 21, 2022, is upset the man who killed her son Doug on July 7, 2017 downtown Chilliwack is set for statutory release on or near Nov. 19, 2022. Kirkland Russell was sentenced to eight years for the killing. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)
Danielle Beausoleil, the owner of 9254 Nowell Street in Chilliwack, photographed here on Oct. 28, 2022, wants the public to know that despite rumours to the contrary, no, the building is not haunted. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)

Owner of 110-year-old Chilliwack house wants people to know: ‘No, it’s not haunted’

YouTube video from 2010 made as a Halloween gimmick for pub still spawning ‘ridiculous’ ghost stories

Danielle Beausoleil, the owner of 9254 Nowell Street in Chilliwack, photographed here on Oct. 28, 2022, wants the public to know that despite rumours to the contrary, no, the building is not haunted. (Paul Henderson/ Chilliwack Progress)
Sandra Di Curzio and her 12-year-old daughter Chiara McGettigan. Di Curzio is upset because Zajac Ranch in Mission was unable to accept Chiara for an overnight camp unless Di Curzio provided 24-hour one-on-one support. (Deborah Caswell photo)

Chilliwack mother upset her daughter with Down syndrome, autism excluded from Zajac Ranch camp

Mom say she’s saddened by another example of exclusion; Mission camp said they can’t deal with ‘elopers’

Sandra Di Curzio and her 12-year-old daughter Chiara McGettigan. Di Curzio is upset because Zajac Ranch in Mission was unable to accept Chiara for an overnight camp unless Di Curzio provided 24-hour one-on-one support. (Deborah Caswell photo)