Elodie Adams

Fired trustees rally support for by-election

Lake Cowichan town council decides after much discussion to support fired school board trustees in the bid for by-election.

Youth artwork to adorn walls of Community Services

Final stages of preparing the upstairs gallery space for an exciting first youth art show

A.B. Greenwell School keeps the hope alive with Terry Fox run for the cure

A.B. Greenwell students did their part to help keep the dream alive

Festival offers chance to learn about fungus among us

Lake Cowichan Salmon and Mushroom Festival:Celebrating local wild edibles

Saying good-bye with fellowship and prayer at Cowichan Lake United Church

Bitter sweet days for Lake Cowichan United Church: Sept. 27, last thrift store, and Oct. 7, the church will hold its last worship.

Good idea turns into cash for cancer

Doug Liske, a Lake Cowichan resident, knows what it’s like to lose friends or loved ones to cancer.

Town willing to sponsor youth with political ambitions

Youth Parliament is non-partisan and teaches citizenship skills through participation in parliamentary session and in community service

Chamber supports ladies as they promote the Cowichan Lake area

Lady of the Lake ambassadors: Chamber presents donation of $2,500

Multiple voices try out for role of Scrooge

Narrowing down the list of auditioners to put together a cast for this years Christmas play, A Christmas Carol will be difficult.

The chalk has barely touched the board

Policy changes proposed for the Cowichan District could do more to inhibit parents’ voices

Treat private property with respect

Vandalized: Volunteers working on the property were disappointed to discover that outhouses and bear gates were destroyed

NedFest rocks Mesachie Lake

The Homestead in Mesachie Lake was full of campers, vendors, and of course a stage and V.I.P tent

Slow down! North Shore Road residents want drivers to be aware

Increased concern: Truck comes too close to young boy walking home along North Shore Road

Woman swims Cowichan Lake

Following in the footsteps of many who have gone before her, Estell Crews of Sydney B.C., swam Cowichan Lake

Water meter rates to be discussed at November Town of Lake Cowichan public meeting

Voice your opinion:Water meter rates to be discussed at Town of Lake Cowichan
public meeting

Breakdown creates unexpected opportunities for field study students at Nitinat River Hatchery

A group of 14 biology students taking a six week intensive course out at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre got to get their feet wet

End of summer crime wave sweeps Cowichan Lake

Lake Cowichan RCMP kept busy responding to several calls:everything from vandalism to suspicious fires

Don’t worry about the hen-house; get your eggs in a row

It’s interesting to watch the issues that local residents choose to focus on.

Baby can’t wait

Baby Ashtyn wasn’t born in a hospital or at home, he came into the world at the Lake Cowichan detachment of the B.C. Ambulance Service.

Creating a home for performing arts

Studio 261 on South Shore Road: A central hub for music and performing arts in Lake Cowichan.