Elodie Adams

Council amends bylaw: no dogs permitted on public beaches

Town’s agenda for regular meeting, include presentations by two outside delegations.

2013 Cowichan Rocks Curling Club events

Eight mens and ladies teams from around B.C. will come to Lake Cowichan to curl for the championship title

Mixed league welcomes new curlers

Cowichan Rocks Curling Club’s Tuesday night mixed curling league is going great guns

Lake Cowichan library to host information sessions for newcomers and immigrants

When you’re new to a community, especially if you have come from another country, there are many administrative hurdles to cross.

Mesachie Lake Volunteer Fire Department has been serving its community for over 60 years

To keep a volunteer fire department running in the Cowichan Valley Regional District is a struggle these days

Community support needed to avert the elimination of local schools

Will LCSS still be part of our students' future after the Community consultation meeting on Dec.8?

Legion helps community with local Christmas Hamper Fund

Lake Cowichan Community Services’ Christmas Hamper program counts on donations from the community to help fill hampers

Lake Cowichan Atom Lakers eclipsed by Oceanside

With a 12-0 win over the Drive, the Lakers earned a spot in the finals.

Remembering, honouring her fallen firefighter

A brother's name will "never to be forgotten":Canadian Firefighters Memorial unveiled

Open stage: a venue for sharing creativity

The crowd was small at the first ever open stage organized by LCSS student Lauren Frost

LC resident a vocal leader at Duncan rally against pipeline

Oil slick: Local veterinarian marches with group to state opposition to Northern Gateway project

Passing the torch: saying goodbye as editor

When I came here, I knew nothing about these communities, what matters to locals here, who is who, the politics, and the history.

Supporting small business matters to RBC Royal Bank

Home Hardware, Fit for a Princess, and Galloping Moon have all been featured as part of the program.

Lake Cowichan teachers’ association president:Work legislation already written?

Chris Rolls, LCTA president, not feeling overly positive about the process, or in fact that it will do any good when it comes to bargaining

Meades Creek Road safety before development

Residents demand that safety issues along Meades Creek Road and the intersection with the Youbou Highway be dealt with

Meades Creek Road safety before development

Residents demand that safety issues along Meades Creek Road and the intersection with the Youbou Highway be dealt with

Electoral Boundaries Commission will listen, hope local officials

Local politicians have had their chance to voice concerns over the proposed electoral boundary changes.

South Shore paving has been delayed until early 2013

Tender for the project was put out late by the ministry

Are you prepared?

Local schools as well as CICV 98.7 FM, The Lake, will be participating in this emergency preparedness practice

Advice from local business owners: starting a small business

Long hours, financial instability, and many years to establish a small business as being something viable.