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Students in Hope’s elementary schools showcase themselves

Students put themselves in spotlight by entering music contest, history fair

‘Bboy’ busts out breakdancing in local Hope schools

Haitian dance instructor teaches students in Boston Bar, Silver Creek some slick moves

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B.C. Lions kick off training camp
Patriots fans celebrate sixth Super Bowl win
Zoo's gorilla predicts Rams' Super Bowl win
Atlanta kicks off Super Bowl festivities

B.C. First Nations youth ready to sing during International Women’s Day

Group requested to peform their song ‘Worthy’ during New Westminster event

Hoedown stitched together with volunteer efforts

Chilliwack Hospice Society grateful for the time and energy expended by volunteers

Agassiz farm now home to Lucky, one lucky chicken

Lucky was found soaked under a trailer. Now she’s living the good life as a pampered pet

Name, not money, most valuable asset for Hope politicians in last year’s municipal election

Financial disclosure statements show local politicians don’t spend much on campaigns

Tickets now available for Fraser Valley Cultural Diversity Awards

Cecelia Reekie announced as guest speaker at event in Abbotsford

  • Mar 1, 2019

Local veteran celebrates 100th birthday

Jack Lawrence’s life has been full of adventure and happiness

Girls Fly Too free-flight event postponed until October

Event at Abbotsford Airport was originally scheduled for March

  • Feb 27, 2019

In their words: Agassiz students talk about bullying in today’s world

Although cyber-bullying is prominent, physical bullying hasn’t gone away

Spirit Abreast ready for new season on Cultus Lake

New paddlers invited to join meet and greet event for breast cancer survivor team

Chilliwack youth centre gears up for second annual fun run

This year’s efforts will help fund summertime outreach program for students at risk

Agassiz students share ‘culture of acceptance’ through Anti-Bully Bob

The mannequin mascot helps ACE spread the Pink Shirt Day message year round

Huge success for The Chilliwack Progress’s baby formula drive

Drive netted 123 cans of formula and $2,600 for Meadow Rose Society, Salvation Army Food Bank

Graduation rates in Hope have increased by almost 11 per cent since last year

Six-year graduation rates in SD 78 have risen from 63.7 to 74.4 per cent