Don Bodger

Small external fire extinguished quickly at Catalyst’s Crofton pulp mill

Fire department called Monday afternoon as part of protocol, but services not needed

MacGregor confirmed as NDP candidate for next federal election

Cowichan-Malahat-Langford riding support remains strong

Ladysmith-Chemainus businesses take a direct hit during storm

49th Parallel grocery hit hard, downtown Chemainus loses prime shopping days

EDITORIAL: BC Hydro crews deserving of praise

Restoring power a mammoth job after massive wind storm

Hometown actress Georgia Bennett makes it big in Little Women

Homegrown actress drawing rave reviews for her portrayal of Beth March

Chemainus Theatre promises next year will be a record-breaker

Mama Mia one of three blockbuster shows theatre brass expect to draw big audiences

Jones ready to test himself on pro golf tour in Spain

Mount Brenton phenom expects to play well against elite competition

Mount Brenton’s Jones finishes on top of a highly-competitive field of golfers

Ladysmith player triumphs at seven-under par on his home turf

Chemainus parents plan to protest ban on kids playing in street

They'll pay the fines rather than abide by Artisan Gardens edict

Chemainus subdivision bans kids from playing in street

Strata board votes the practice must come to an end

Ladysmith resident Puska a Fuller Lake nostalgic collector

The 50th anniversary of the Chemainus arena's opening led into a hockey frenzy

Cowichan Challenge makes a triumphant return

Many people missed the popular triathlon based at Fuller Lake

Chemainus Jays head back to Cuba with new teammates

Duncan and Campbell River players added as the cultural baseball experience expands its horizons

Chemainus Secondary athletes earn medals at wrestling nationals in Edmonton

No competition in Edmonton for newcomer, while veteran fights to bronze

Houses in new Chemainus development selling fast, says builder

Market demands ensure there's plenty of buyers at the ready for the Artisan Village project

Conservation officers put down mother bear, cub near Chemainus

Two bears put down in Waynes Road area

Founder Smith’s vision will live on through the Chemainus Theatre Festival

Death of Ken Smith brings much reflection from a grateful community

CTF unveils 2015 lineup

Chemainus Theatre Festival has unveiled its 2015 schedule, and it’s already generating plenty of excitement.

Chemainus boys win Island crown

Chemainus Secondary School isn’t known for producing championship teams in volleyball. But that’s all changing.

Improvements in the works for Chemainus

Extensive plan goes far beyond the downtown and murals, encompassing roads leading in and out of Chemainus, the waterfront and much more