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Chilliwack Progress digitization moving right along
"The quality is just outstanding," said Museum archivist Shannon Bettles.
Thieves targeting recreational vehicle batteries
RCMP are asking RV owners for help, with a recent rash of thefts targeting the vehicle batteries.
Difficult decision made to cancel Party in the Park tonight
Party in the Park is called off Aug. 2 due inclement weather and the threat of thunderstorms in Chilliwack
Bike safety a concern for local police
Chilliwack, Agassiz and Hope RCMP are carrying out a bike safety campaign, hoping their efforts result in safer cycling.
Girl hurt in greenhouse machinery accident
A greenhouse worker was airlifted to hospital Friday morning after an accident in a Chilliwack-area greenhouse.
Cougar shot and killed at Cultus Lake
An aggressive cougar that terrorized hikers on Teapot Hill Wednesday morning has been found and killed.
Hogweed removed and under control says FVRD
The regional district gets several calls a day about hogweed and have found it in two Chilliwack areas this year.
Dry July one for the record books
No rain at Vancouver or Victoria airport, a first since rainfall records began being kept in 1937
Search and Rescue locates lost hikers
A family of four got lost on Vedder Mountain Saturday night, and required the services of Search and Rescue to get home safely.
Crown recommends up to six years for prolific offender
Sentencing hearing held for Dave Yaroslawsky for possessing property stolen from Abbotsford, Surrey, Langley, Chilliwack and Hope.
Logging firm could have done more: Audit
Audit finds that Tamihi Logging and government should have better consulted with Post Creek residents on planned harvesting in Chilliwack.
VIDEO: Van crashes through Chilliwack restaurant window
No one was injured after a minivan plowed into a donair shop at Eagle Landing in Chilliwack Wednesday.
UPDATE: Cougar sightings force closure of Teapot Hill
Teapot Hill has been shut down after hikers came across a cougar Wednesday morning.
Managing mental illness: When storm clouds gather
Final in a series on living with mental illness in Chilliwack, a man struggles to come to terms with his diagnosis.
Chilliwack grad gets first swipe as old high school comes down
Not everyone in the demolition industry gets to tear down their old high school, but Chris Duffy did.
Clark sworn in, launches core review
Premier Christy Clark took a break from cabinet meetings in Vancouver Tuesday to be sworn in as MLA for Westside-Kelowna
Firefighters battle feed mill fire in Chilliwack
Firefighters are on scene tackling a feed mill fire on Simpson Road in Chilliwack.
FVRD rejects Metro’s olive branch to consult on incinerator
The FVRD will not consult with Metro Vancouver on waste-to-energy until FVRD obtains a seat on the WTE third party expert panel
Chilliwack named one of B.C.’s top towns for investment
Chilliwack made it onto REIN's ‘must watch’ list before, but this is the first time it was singled out for investment potential.
Thousands crowd park for annual festival
Music lovers flocked to Mission for the Folk Festival