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Largely untold stories of Mission contributors’ history honoured
Chilliwack is one of 9,000 communities joining the event to raise money for cancer research.
Main Beach was crowded with participants and spectators for the Cultus race.
Sharon Churchill and Trudy Parke took pledges to shave their heads today for cancer research.
There’s fun for all ages at the annual event on Pioneer Ave. in Agassiz.
Guests mingled among spinners and weavers at the exhibit opening Friday night.
Chilliwack is one of 20 communities in B.C. that helps raise funds for the BCSPCA with a walk event.
The inaugural event will give all proceeds to BC Children’s Hospital oncology department.
Wet weather came on the second day of the annual event but spirits weren’t dampened.
Local boxing club holds its first event, Chilliwack fighters take all three wins
The Harrison Festival Society’s Harrison Country Craft returns Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
VIDEO: Faith Numada Band draws a crowd at Bands on the Beach Harrison Hot Springs Saturday afternoon.
Bands on the Beach 2017 is back Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. at the bandstand by Harrison Memorial Hall.
The sixth annual event drew a large crowd to Harrison Hot Springs.
Former Seabird teacher uses her art to ‘make a difference’
Kent also saw an increase in both its violent and non-violent CSI statistics
Some Harrison Hot Springs residents left wondering what crack down on short-term rentals will mean to their business
Village trying to gain control over the amount of vacation rentals popping up
Paddlers filled Rendall Park at Harrison Lake this weekend for the 2017 Canadian Outrigger Nationals
Staff directed to ‘crack down on illegal commercial activities in residential zones’
Vehicles lined Pioneer Park for the annual event on Sunday.
The yearly paddling event filled Harrison Hot Springs beachfront and Harrison Lake.