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Students with the highest debt loads will get a chance to win $1000 in this contest/political campaign from UFV staff and faculty
A tragic end to a heroic effort as truck driver Pat Gaudet passes away after an extraordinary rescue.
Rescue teams worked all day and through the night in a coordinated and ingenious effort to free injured driver.
MacAhonic is throwing her hat in the ring provincially for the second time, this time in her home riding
A new report measures the economic value of ag production in the valley, and looks at potential costs and losses
Grand Chief Doug Kelly, president of Sto:lo Tribal Council said he's troubled by reports of damaged gas tanks near dry rack camps
Reduced run size estimates of Fraser Summer Run sockeye salmon have resulted in 'no allowable harvest and a conservation concern' says DFO
Syrian family makes a new home in Chilliwack with help from the Eastern Fraser Valley Refugee Committee.
Two 17-year-olds from Chilliwack were hired by Fraser Valley Conservancy to shadow a junior biologist in the field
Fisheries officers on patrol near Chilliwack recently freed several live white sturgeon from poaching nets.
B.C. to look at drafting law preventing anyone convicted of serious crimes like serial killer Robert Pickton from profiting from them
The new #66 bus route linking the communities of Chilliwack, Abbotsford and Langley saw a VIP ride on Tuesday morning
RCMP are looking for any witnesses to the early morning crash off Highway 1 into the weigh scale building
Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon MP Mark Strahl was among MPs barricaded in the Parliament buildings during Wednesday's shooting.
'Fraser Health is continuing to work with identified cases of measles and their contacts to contain the spread of the disease.'
The story of the fundraiser exploded on Facebook and the money for the BC Children's Hospital has been pouring ever since
This part of the Fraser River is particularly vulnerable to flooding, said the quartet of former politicians who met in Chilliwack Wednesday
There's the rich tapestry of offerings from Music on the Beach in the plaza, to the evening concerts, to the art market and more
The Minter family announced suddenly they are closing and selling the 32-acre show gardens at the foot of Mt. Cheam in Rosedale.
A big blue bus is ready to roll through Chilliwack as a mobile clinic for the street-entrenched