Jessica Peters

Alt-ed program brings mindfulness to the classroom

B.C. school leading the way in anxiety reduction strategies

‘I’d rather be anywhere else’

With cancer treatment set to begin, Chilliwack Progress reporter Jessica Peters has a few words of advice.

Nostalgic online home movie shows small town B.C. from 1950s

B.C. historian asks viewers to help identify Chilliwack landmarks

VIDEO: Two girls hit by train, one taken by air ambulance

Teens were reportedly chasing dog off tracks when injured by passing train

Snow pack report highlights concerns along Fraser River

Mission gauge on the rise as snow pack forecasted to melt rapidly over coming days

Chilliwack Chiefs announce sudden coaching change

Brian Maloney replaces Tatarnic as bench boss just days before RBC Cup begins

Golf challenge for MS expands to Chilliwack

Man sets up golf tournament to raise awareness for multiple sclerosis

Chilliwack transportation document highlights high traffic roads

Chilliwack looks at traffic calming, better crosswalks and more to improve transportation safety

B.C. youth develop life-saving app to assist in overdose emergencies

Android-friendly app designed for teens developed with help of health authority, paramedics

VIDEO: B.C. ‘escapologist’ stuns judges on Britain’s Got Talent

Matt Johnson says televised water stunt was closest he’s come to death

Woman sends support bags to cancer patients across province

Chilliwack woman’s efforts inspired by late mother-in-law’s generous spirit

Upper Fraser Valley RCMP members named to Alexa’s Team

Team honours officers working to keep drunk drivers off the roads, in honour of girl killed in 2008

Where are you now, Justin Beaver?

Fraser Valley Regional District hoping beloved teaching aid will be returned

Cracks loom large for parents of at-risk youth

Chilliwack mom: ‘Let’s just take this one day at a time.’

RCMP release images of suspects in school vandalism

Police asking for public’s help identifying two men captured on Chilliwack school surveillance

Métis students get boost at UFV with new programming

Métis Community Support Worker Program initiated with $619,000 in funding

Gruesome photos of damage following break-in at B.C. school

Several classrooms suffer heavy damage following vandalism

Champs needed for Charis Camp fundraiser

Obstacle course is back at Popkum area camp this weekend

Rupert the therapy bunny sidelined due to deadly virus outbreak

Chilliwack’s famous therapy rabbit quarantined for his own safety, people not at risk

UFV health fair focuses on taking back health

Health sciences program invites Dr. Cathy van Ingen to speak