Scott Stanfield

Crown Isle residents propose solution to truck traffic

Crown Isle residents are proposing a solution to an ongoing problem of truck traffic on Royal Vista Way, Majestic Drive and Crown Isle Drive. They suggest re-routing trucks to Atlas Road via Ryan and Anderton roads where an access already exists.

Granny flat will accommodate owner’s mother

Joy Magnusson hopes her mother will be able to age in place at her home near Puntledge Park in Courtenay.

Gunter and WolfPack rebound in Winnipeg

Comox Valley volleyball product Carly Gunter is in her fourth year with the WolfPack women's team at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops.

Health Ministry receives complaint from patient regarding new Comox Valley hospital

Patient said she felt neglected during recent stay

Cubs advanced further than ever at Roy Hobbs

It was a roller-coaster ride in Florida, but the Comox Valley Cubs enjoyed a playoff run at the Roy Hobbs World Series in Fort Myers.

Black Creek swimmer won nine gold medals at 55+ Games

Brian Staton added to his 55+ BC Games medal collection this year — in a big way. The Black Creek swimmer won nine golds at the annual multi-sport competition, Sept. 12-16 in Vernon, repeating his efforts at the 2014 event in Langley.

Courtenay Badminton Club wants new members

Dust off the racquet, tie up your shoes and step onto the court.

Courtenay Badminton Club wants new members

Dust off the racquet, tie up your shoes and step onto the court.

Courtenay council confirms denial of licence to cannabis dispensary

Despite a plea from the lawyer representing the Leaf Compassion Dispensary, Courtenay council is sticking to its guns and will not be issuing a business licence to the Fourth Street establishment.

Peewees advance to Island final; bantams ousted from playoffs

The Comox Valley Raiders peewee football team is moving on to the Island championship while the bantam Raiders suffered their first defeat of the season on the weekend.

Courtenay council ponders pot problems

Courtenay city council spent some time during its committee of the whole meeting Monday to discuss some of the issues that will arise with the legalization of marijuana.

Detective-turned-author to discuss Pickton case

In 1998, Lorimer Shenher had been working just two days heading Vancouver's Missing Persons Unit. His job was to investigate the growing number of women missing from the Downtown Eastside. An anonymous tip suggested Robert Pickton could be responsible for the disappearances. But missed opportunities, lack of resources and jurisdictional challenges nearly prevented the capture of the serial killer who is now serving a life sentence for the murders of six women between 1997 and 2001.

Eriksson gunning for mayoral seat

Courtenay Coun. Erik Eriksson is gunning for the mayor's seat in the next municipal election.

Rodgers seeking a second championship

The VIU Mariners women's soccer team is going to miss Katie Rodgers, who is graduating this year from the Nanaimo school. But before she does, the Comox Valley midfielder and her teammates will be vying for another PACWEST (Pacific Western Athletic Association) championship this weekend in Squamish.

Ominous date didn’t bother Comox resident

Albert Taylor had never been superstitious. So it didn't bother him when told his unit, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, would be parachuting on Friday the 13th in October of 1954 in Okotoks, Alta. near Calgary.

Another top-10 finish for Courtenay golfer

Courtenay golfer Abigail Rigsby and teammate Kate Goodwin tied for fourth individually to lead Oklahoma Christian to a third-place team finish in the Oklahoma Intercollegiate, which ended Tuesday at Fort Sill Golf Course. It was the final fall-season tournament.

Another top-10 finish for Courtenay golfer

Courtenay golfer Abigail Rigsby and teammate Kate Goodwin tied for fourth individually to lead Oklahoma Christian to a third-place team finish in the Oklahoma Intercollegiate, which ended Tuesday at Fort Sill Golf Course.

Courtenay council asks for staff report about pot

Courtenay council has asked for a staff report to provide a cursory look at business licensing and zoning regulations pertaining to marijuana.

Fanny Bay couple questions CVRD rules

A Fanny Bay couple wants to subdivide their seven-acre parcel under a provincial bylaw so their aging parents can live onsite, but they're feeling stonewalled by the Comox Valley Regional District.

Comox Valley veterans share their Invictus experience

Tracy Howlett-Cooney was at a loss for words. Dale Robillard's experience was beyond description. Mimi Poulin was even more humbled the second time around.