Don Bodger

Chemainus Secondary grads embark on a new journey

Friday ceremony a time to reflect on the past, look forward to the future

Community groups make a large amount of money available to Chemainus grads

Scholarships and bursaries for class members for post-secondary total $85,000

Second World War veteran was a proud Canadian

Many fond memories shared of Chemainus' Gordon Hughes, who dies at age 93

Anticipation building for trip to D-Day anniversary for Chemainus students

Experience of being there promises to be a memorable one

Retired teacher’s generosity provides huge opportunity for two Chemainus Secondary students

Blitterswyk and Brown looking forward to being at Juno Beach for 75th anniversary of D-Day

North Cowichan council denies rezoning bid for cannabis outlet in Chemainus

Site on Chemainus Road deemed too close to spaces frequented by youth

Crofton Art Group celebrating its landmark 65th anniversary

Members immersed in social aspects as much as painting

New golf cart storage building on the horizon one year later

Mount Brenton Golf Club looking forward to beginning of construction

Art studios make an impression on the community

New life for former St. Joseph's School in Chemainus featured during grand opening

Chemainus-Crofton Eagles donations bring recipients to tears

A total of $250,000 disbursed among 14 community groups

Water identified as the primary source of concern for Saltair residents

Pending filtration, dam and distribution systems are going to mean an added tax burden

Review: Polish your language skills with The Foreigner

It's all gibberish, but Charlie Baker's personality receives a revamp in Chemainus Theatre production

Art studio takes over former St. Joseph’s School space in Chemainus

Public invited to a grand opening on May 1 to see what's transpired

Lavigne possesses crooner qualities, to be Frank

Island tour starts this week and concludes in Chemainus with two shows May 11

Love of hockey shows in Crofton girl’s competitive spirit

Savanah Sanchez may be soft spoken, but her actions are louder than words on the ice

Driver habits need to change

Major accidents already on the highways should be a warning sign

No real choice for Grade 7 Crofton and Chemainus students

Population excess naturally had to flow to Chemainus Secondary

Crofton and Chemainus Grade 7s going to Chemainus Secondary in the fall

Cowichan District School board votes on North Zone long-range plan

No action yet at new Chemainus library site

Announcement awaited on contractor and date for construction to start

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

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