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Campbell River automobile dealership Steve Marshall Ford has announced a temporary closure after being informed of a positive COVID test result from their staff.
You can cast your ballot today at the Sportsplex until 8 p.m.
More than doubles second place holder Ken Blackburn
A family dispute resulted in gunfire on a rural property West of Campbell River on Sunday, Feb. 21. with one of the parties firing shots at a departing vehicle
'Torrid pace' of Campbell River criminal activity eases off
Drivers in the South MacPhedran area can expect a RCMP crackdown on failing to stop at a stop sign.
Recovering after helping remove person from exhaust-filled garage
Taking a break from wanna-be dictators, pandemics and social media squabbling, I want to talk about a song.
Mental health files are among the categories on the rise, demanding RCMP resources
Suspect in domestic incident suffers dog bite, bruising after Campbell River police service dog tracks him down
Suspect fled into bushes and hid amongst brambles
A man with a blood alcohol content five times the legal limit who crashed into the Adam's Tarp and Tool Jan. 9 is facing potential criminal charges.
Police investigation results in arrest of male of no fixed address
As I expected it would, our IRICE cartoon last week got a reaction from a person in the community (and in many others, I'm sure).
Amusing, yes, but a reminder impaired driving affects ability to drive and to make good decisions
It's winter. I am usually just returning from down south and having to adapt to the colder weather.
Campbell River man appeals ticket, saying he was not touching the phone while podcast played
With great joy, Campbell River RCMP waved goodbye to 2020 and hoped to say hello to it's much better behaved cousin, 2021.
Travellers on a Pacific Coastal flight to Campbell River may have been exposed to COVID-19, the B.C. Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC) is reporting.
December was a month for firearms and drug offences, the Campbell River RCMP said.
Sends letter to education minister