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June 8, 2016

Mission Raceway – Smoke, Fire and Thunder August 18 to 21
17Aug

Mission Raceway – Smoke, Fire and Thunder August 18 to 21

Mission – Mission Raceway Park presents THE event of the summer. Smoke, Fire and Thunder presented by Lordco Parts Ltd.. is back August 18-21 with a HUGE lineup of fun for this FOUR DAY event. Nitro, Nitro, Nitro…nostalgia funnycars are BACK with a big thanks to Titanium Autogroup for making it happen! The Dark Side […]

District of Kent Walking Trail Between Morrow Road and McDonald Road – Closed Thursday August 18 – Brushing Blackberry Bushes
17Aug

District of Kent Walking Trail Between Morrow Road and McDonald Road – Closed Thursday August 18 – Brushing Blackberry Bushes

District of Kent – District of Kent is advising walkers and hikers that the walking trail between Morrow Road and McDonald Road will be closed to the public on Thursday morning, August 18, from 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Contractors from the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (Emil Anderson) will be brushing blackberry bushes along […]

45 year old Abbotsford Man Faces Impaired Driving Charges after Saturday Night Collision in Chilliwack
17Aug

45 year old Abbotsford Man Faces Impaired Driving Charges after Saturday Night Collision in Chilliwack

Fraser Valley – A 45 year old Abbotsford man is facing impaired driving related charges after a collision in Chilliwack on Saturday night (11:30 PM August 13). Chilliwack RCMP received a report of a possible impaired driver after witnesses observed a collision on Vedder Road near Wells Road. Investigation determined that a pickup truck struck […]

Fraser Valley Conservancy Nature Stewardship School Event – Saturday August 27 – Learn to Avoid the Top 5 Mistakes Frequently Made When Caring for Nature
17Aug

Fraser Valley Conservancy Nature Stewardship School Event – Saturday August 27 – Learn to Avoid the Top 5 Mistakes Frequently Made When Caring for Nature

Abbotsford – The Fraser Valley Conservancy Nature Stewardship School Event is Saturday August 27 at the Abbotsford campus of UFV. The topic: Learn to Avoid the Top 5 Mistakes Frequently Made When Caring for Nature. This in-person workshop event will take place from 1:00 – 4:30 PM on Saturday, August 27th. Tickets for this Nature […]

Members of Chilliwack Giants U14 Coed Flag Football Team are Heading For Vegas Baby! – NFL Flag Tournament During 2023 Pro Bowl
17Aug

Members of Chilliwack Giants U14 Coed Flag Football Team are Heading For Vegas Baby! – NFL Flag Tournament During 2023 Pro Bowl

Chilliwack – “They are a very special group of athletes and have represented and will continue to represent the Valley well.” Colin Boyd, Vice President of the Chilliwack Giants Football Program is beaming, and some players and coaches are off to Las Vegas and the NFL Flag Football Showcase. Boyd told FVN: They are a […]

City of Chilliwack Climate Action Plans Receive Approval
17Aug

City of Chilliwack Climate Action Plans Receive Approval

Chilliwack – Lost in the scrutiny of the Tuesday (August 16) Council Decision for the YMCA to manage the two major recreation centres and Rotary Pool, was an environmental package. City Council approved the City’s updated Corporate and Community Climate Action Plans. These two plans outline greenhouse gas emission reduction targets for the City and […]

Valley Cooling Centre Info for This Week’s Mini Heat Wave
16Aug

Valley Cooling Centre Info for This Week’s Mini Heat Wave

Fraser Valley – A Heat Warning is in effect for the Fraser Valley focusing on Wednesday and Thursday where daytime highs could reach 35C. It is important residents stay cool, plan ahead and stay out of the sun as much as possible, particularly during the peak heat hours late afternoon and early evening. Residents are […]

Kent Council Highlights for August 15 Meeting – Water System Expansion, Swim-a-thon
16Aug

Kent Council Highlights for August 15 Meeting – Water System Expansion, Swim-a-thon

Kent/Agassiz – Kent Council Highlights for August 15 Meeting: Farmland Advantage Councillor Schwichtenberg reported on the re-start of the Farmland Advantage program. The program will be administered by the Investment Agricultural Foundation and funded with $20 million dollars provided by the Provincial government, with an estimated $250 million to be provided by the Federal government […]

Chilliwack Council Approves YMCA Operating Rec Centres, Automatic Weather Station at Chilliwack Airport (VIDEO)
16Aug

Chilliwack Council Approves YMCA Operating Rec Centres, Automatic Weather Station at Chilliwack Airport (VIDEO)

Chilliwack – AUGUST 16 UPDATE – Chilliwack Council Approved the $160,000 for an automated weather station. Councilor Sue Knott made it painfully obvious that after last November’s rains, Chilliwack Airport “needed to get into 2022” with such a system and that it will help Chilliwack Airport into future growth. Council also released their statement on […]

Incumbent Chilliwack School Trustee Heather Maahs Officially Declares Another Run for School Board – Municipal Elections are October 15
16Aug

Incumbent Chilliwack School Trustee Heather Maahs Officially Declares Another Run for School Board – Municipal Elections are October 15

Chilliwack – Heather Maahs will run again for Chilliwack School Board. In her media release: Heather Maahs, is asking the community of Chilliwack for the opportunity to serve them on the Chilliwack Board of Education for another term.  Heather has served on the Board for fourteen years with a mandate of giving students the reading […]

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