Andrea Rondeau

Andrea Rondeau column: Rock slide story reminds us not to take life for granted

We agreed in the newsroom that the whole thing sounds like a scene from a movie.

Arts and Entertainment column: Classical, chuckles, jazz and much more coming in Cowichan

"It's All About Love" this Valentine's Day, at the Osborne Bay Pub, as Pat's House of Jazz presents the Edie Dupont Quartet paired with a three-course dinner prepared by chef Phillipe Lavoie.

Matt Andersen’s Cowichan show selling fast

"A powerhouse performer with a giant, soul-filled voice and commanding stage presence"

‘Mamma Mia!’ raises the bar for Cowichan Musical Society

"The quality of the singing and acting was superb"

Andrea Rondeau column: Breaking news is a team effort

So breaking news coverage is a challenge to be fast and accurate.

RCMP, Search and Rescue waiting for conditions to improve to resume search for missing Duncan man

The North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP First Nations Community Policing unit remains engaged with the family and community members in the search for missing 28-year-old Ethan Sampson, RCMP said in a press release Wednesday afternoon.

Police looking for witnesses after skateboarder clipped in hit and run in Duncan

Just before noon, a man was skateboarding along the side of Sherman Road

Evacuation order lifted, but state of emergency remains in effect for Cowichan Valley

The CVRD will also be opening a resiliency centre at the Cowichan Community Centre

State of emergency continues in Cowichan Sunday morning

A number of parks in the Cowichan Valley are closed for safety reasons.

Andrea Rondeau column: Green Party at a crossroads

So the Green Party is looking for new leadership both federally and provincially.

Residents evacuated from Crofton, roads closed as CVRD declares state of emergency due to flooding

The centre is hosting about 28 evacuated residents from North Cowichan and the Halalt First Nation.

Andrea Rondeau column: Saying goodbye to longtime colleague and friend Lexi Bainas

Lexi started in the news business going to work for The Lake News in October of 1979.

UPDATED: Cowichan Valley woman files sexual harassment suit against former Mountie

Burkett is also being sued by two other women for sexual harassment

Andrea Rondeau column: What are your time capsule must-haves?

It would also be fun to include some pop culture mementos that represent our time.

Andrea Rondeau column: All of us gadget dinosaurs are not alone

If you think the old-school gadgets of the past are long gone, think again.

Power out at Cowichan Lake to 4,000

BC Hydro's website said crews are en route to the site.

Celebration of life for homicide victim Fran Shurie set for Wednesday in Duncan

The event is open to family and friends, and media is asked to stay away.

Top Cowichan Valley stories from 2019

A dozen poisoned bald eagles were found in the Cowichan Valley in January, and rescuers were hoping to find any other sick birds, as well as the source of the poisoning.