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Crash slows Promontory Road traffic

A single-vehicle accident Saturday on Promontory Road injured two and slowed traffic to a standstill.

Premier Christy Clark unveils her first cabinet lineup in March. Barry Penner (background) resigned as attorney general in August

Clark shuffles cabinet for fall session

Premier Christy Clark has shuffled her cabinet lineup before the legislature reopens next week, replacing Burnaby-Lougheed MLA Harry Bloy with Surrey-Panorama MLA Stephanie Cadieux as social development minister.

Premier Christy Clark unveils her first cabinet lineup in March. Barry Penner (background) resigned as attorney general in August

Langley B&E suspect doesn’t get far

A 34-year-old Langley man was nabbed as a suspect soon after the break-in of a Chilliwack business early Sunday morning.

Governor General David Johnston and his wife Sharon greet veterans at the B.C. legislature Monday.

Governor General honours B.C. sheriffs

Governor General David Johnston began his first official visit to B.C. Monday, carrying on an 800-year tradition by presenting a new coat of arms and flag to the B.C. Sheriff Service.

Governor General David Johnston and his wife Sharon greet veterans at the B.C. legislature Monday.
Firefighters were at a greenhouse fire on McLeod Road at about 8:30 a.m. Saturday.

Greenhouse fire in Chilliwack

A greenhouse fire in east Chilliwack Saturday morning caused extensive damage to a mechanical boiler room, but no damage to the greenhouse itself or the flower stock.

Firefighters were at a greenhouse fire on McLeod Road at about 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
This site at 8050 Lickman Rd. is the location of a proposed hotel.

Hotel anchors Lickman development

A seven-building commercial development on Lickman Road that includes an 80-room Hampton Inn Hotel, part of the Hilton chain, got the final nod from Chilliwack city council Tuesday.

This site at 8050 Lickman Rd. is the location of a proposed hotel.
Abbotsford's Christopher Vang fell into the Fraser River on Monday.

Body of missing Abbotsford fisherman found

The body of a missing Abbotsford fisherman was found just before 7 p.m. Tuesday near the juncture of the Fraser and Vedder Rivers.

Abbotsford's Christopher Vang fell into the Fraser River on Monday.
Premier Christy Clark on her campaign-style tour of B.C.

Premier reveals job plan details, targets

Premier Christy Clark unveiled the details of her jobs plan at a Vancouver Board of Trade luncheon today, including a target to have eight new mines in operation by 2015. The B.C. Jobs Plan also promises an upgrade to the Deltaport shipping facility by 2014, in addition to improvements to the Prince Rupert port announced earlier in the week.

Premier Christy Clark on her campaign-style tour of B.C.
Soca is an African serval cat that went missing on Sept. 10. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dianne Wolff at 604-793-5282.

Hoping the cat comes back

Serval cat, missing, Chilliwack

Soca is an African serval cat that went missing on Sept. 10. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dianne Wolff at 604-793-5282.

Oughton cancels parole request just before hearing

'Paper Bag Rapist' has done this before.

Protesters regularly demanded stiffer justice for serial child killer Clifford Olson.

Serial killer Clifford Olson dying of cancer

Notorious child predator expected to live just a few more days

Protesters regularly demanded stiffer justice for serial child killer Clifford Olson.
The Paramount theatre and property were 'gifted' to the city in November

Proposals sought by city for old Paramount theatre

The City of Chilliwack is inviting proposals for the use of the Paramount theatre, a longtime landmark in the city's downtown.

The Paramount theatre and property were 'gifted' to the city in November
Fraser River sockeye salmon preparing to spawn in the Adams River near Salmon Arm.

Main salmon killer still elusive, inquiry told

Report flags trouble at sea for Fraser River sockeye

Fraser River sockeye salmon preparing to spawn in the Adams River near Salmon Arm.
Mark Anderson and the Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board have put together a website to inform voters about the municipal election called www.thevalleyvotes.ca.

Realtors aim to get the vote out

Boosting Chilliwack’s voter turnout in the next municipal election is the aim of an interactive website recently launched by the Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board.

Mark Anderson and the Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board have put together a website to inform voters about the municipal election called www.thevalleyvotes.ca.
Premier Christy Clark lays out her target for attracting more international students at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops Tuesday.

Foreign student plan recycled, NDP says

Premier Christy Clark stopped at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops Tuesday to unveil the second part of her jobs plan, a goal of increasing the number of international students in B.C. by 50 per cent. But critics were quick to point out that at least one of the key measures, an international education council, is already in place.

Premier Christy Clark lays out her target for attracting more international students at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops Tuesday.
A freshly caught batch of Fraser River sockeye salmon.

No Japanese radiation danger in salmon: CFIA

Food inspectors say fish tests turned up nothing

A freshly caught batch of Fraser River sockeye salmon.
Soca

Hoping that the cat comes back

Soca is not a cat that would easily go unnoticed.

She has the stature of a medium-sized dog, the coat of a cheetah, oversized perky ears, and a high-pitched meow that sounds more like the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park than a cat.

Soca
Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit Supt. Tom McCluskie.

Police warn of danger from violence as gang tensions rise

Members of Dhak and Duhre gangs being targeted by rival gangsters

Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit Supt. Tom McCluskie.

Senior charged after slow police chase

Chilliwack resident Paul Murray couldn’t believe his eyes.

First, there was the sight in his rearview mirror of a car racing up behind him as he waited patiently for a train to pass at the Young Street railway crossing Thursday night.

Yarrow school construction facing delays

Students at Yarrow elementary are having to wait longer than expected to move into their new school.

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