Britt Santowski

Throttle Therapy: Motorcycle riding in groups has merits

Britt Santowski, a former Chief instructor with the Vancouver Island Safety Council, shares her bits of wisdom about safe riding.

Correction, June 4, 2014

A few details were not quite correct in May 21 story, page 3

80 year-old cyclist pedalling strong

Josephine Drage is an 80-year-old Sooke resident who is also an avid cyclist. She recently spoke with the Mirror about her passion.

Into the Mirror

Journey middle school and EMCS combine forces for theatrical production

Climber fall down cliff at Potholes

Efforts involved over 36 rescue workers from throughout the Sooke region

Loggers win Kelowna May Days tournament

The Sooke Loggers fastpitch players entered their first seasonal tournament swinging explosively, and delivering decisively.

On the picket line

Teachers from across School District 62 manned the picket lines

Tenth anniversary of Music Monday celebrated in Sooke

Students from local schools in Sooke sing their hearts out

When the strings pluck at your heart

Sooke violist to compete in performing arts competition

Two Sooke female hockey players in BC’s top 10 per cent

Ashley Penney and Erica Pierce were both selected to participate in the BC Hockey U18 BC Cup games in Salmon Arm this year.

Multi-million dollar Spirit Bay opens sales centre

Beecher Bay Band and Trust for Sustainable Development partner up

Not your average laundromat

Grand opening of Sooke's newest laundromat draws rave reviews

Hilltop house concerts debut in Sooke

Couple to host entertainers and put on concerts in their home

Looking out for the Loggers: Sooke Logger fastpitch is baa-ack

Sooke's world-class fast-pitch team is back. The Sooke Loggers played a double-header against Vancouver Loma's: one loss, one win.

Scam: Be wary of what’s in your email inbox

Scam abound and phishing is a fact of life on the Internwet

UK cyclist plans to travel Vancouver Island to raise funds for the BC Cancer Foundation

UK cyclist Ollie Blackmore will cycle around Vancouver Island starting on June 22, and passing through Sooke on his final leg.

No winners in local shoplifting competition

Present actions could restrict opportunities later

Bears are out of hibernation, time to be aware

Garbage and freezers full of food attract hungry bears

Recent earthquake serves as warning

Some tips on what to do if a earthquake happens in Sooke

Tugwell achieves green status for initiatives

Tugwell Creek Honey Farm and Meadery have always been "green"