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ake Cowichan mayor and council would like to remind local residents that there are sprinkling/watering restrictions in effect all year round
“Little radio station goes big time,” reads the headline of the press release sent out by CICV, 98.7 FM, the Lake.
There’s nothing like a good foot soak and a massage to help restore those tired feet.
Evening of August 4: Motorcycle collides with pedestrian on Youbou Highway and Neva Road intersection
It was a fabulous day for the March Meadows Ladies Amateur Open on August 2.
With 61 competitors
Cellar Treasures has experienced an influx of donations since the thrift store at the United Church closed at the end of May.
School District 79 is looking for way to offset some of its costs as funding cuts grow deeper each year.
Hiring a doula as part of the process of having a child is growing in popularity.
An update on damaged slope repair on South Shore Road
Vancouver Island ArtistFest is a multi media/artists festival taking place on August 25 and 26
Where to dump garbage is a “dirty,” (pardon the pun) issue in any community.
The Summer Nights program still has five weeks of entertainment to bring your way on Saturday evenings.
Four applicants to the Ohtaki Twinning Exchange Program were approved by council to travel to Ohtaki Japan next July
Getting away with a grow operation in Lake Cowichan might not be so easy in the near future.
My husband and I have officially become Lake Cowichan residents.
The room was packed at the Cowichan Lake and River Stewardship meeting on July 29 in the basement of the Legion building in Lake Cowichan.
Tube Shack, owner owner Aaron Frisby, presented the Cowichan Lake Food Bank with a $150 cheque, from Fundraiser Fridays
Cowichan Lake Outdoor Education Centre has just submitted an application for funding to go towards CLEC’s job creation program
Who deserves a property tax exemption? The Island Corridor Foundation isn’t some small organization trying to survive.
The deadline for a $50 registration fee for the Great Lake Walk is fast approaching.