Life

Granville’s Ted Martindale leads toy drive for Good Cheer

Ted Martindale is helping Santa fill Good Cheer hampers with a toy drive in honour of his brother Denny Carr

  • Dec 11th, 2013

SLIDE SHOW: Canada Day, eh-okay

Thousands of people took part in Chilliwack’s annual Canada Day celebrations at The Landing on Monday.

Stork Report: New arrivals

Babies born at Vernon Jubilee Hospital between Feb. 23, 2013 and March 18, 2013

  • Mar 22nd, 2013

Solutions found in saving lives

Chronicle reporter Niomi Pearson writes a column about adopting a dog.

Preparing to welcome the surprise of God

Preparing to welcome the surprise of God Pause for Thought

Sorrento 100 plans a recoup, relax, renew event

With the snow coming down and the soccer fields closed, many are beginning to slip into the winter blues.

  • Dec 15th, 2012

You are invited to visit Granisle

Welcome to Babine Lake and Houston's fine lake country

Motorcycle rider training moves to South Okanagan

The Learn to Ride motorcycle training program is being offered for South Okanagan residents starting late this month.

Fair an education in itself

Area students take science fair projects to regionals

Smile of the Week – October 30

Liam Stadler-Edwards is our Spotlight on Smiles for the week of October 30

  • Oct 30th, 2013

Colourful southern cousins make for a birding treat

The Birds of Nakusp is brought to you from Costa Rica this week.

TisToon: Bears cause crash

Tourists get over-excited when they see bears while visiting Wells Gray Park

Articulate Elaine Lindsay wins Toastmasters award

Elaine Lindsay received the Competent Communicator’s Award from Toastmasters International on Nov. 26.

Gearhead loves puttering with cars

Local Ken Knight transforms old cars into street rods

  • Dec 14th, 2011

19 Wing air base area’s largest employer

From its regal position on the top hill of the Comox Valley, the air force base has watched over the local area and Canada's West Coast for more than 60 years

Rotary garden tour has a bit of everything

Take a tranquil trip through some of Chilliwack’s best gardens on the Garden & Lifestyle Tour June 23.

Murals added in Summerland Health Centre

A pair of murals in the Summerland Health Centre are intended to help calm patients, especially children, as they await treatment.

Great tomato experiments

Barriere businessman, Jarek Kotolewski’s garden includes a tomato patch where about 150 to 200 plants grow

SLIDE SHOW: Chilliwack Progress photos for the week of Nov. 5, 2012

This photographic slide show features Chilliwack Progress images taken during the week of Nov. 5, 2012.

Canadians have an obligation to support veterans: Poll

Remembrance Day survey examines challenges facing men and women after service in the Canadian Armed Forces.