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As harvest season comes around, the food bank will be looking for items like apples and other fruit,
It was a special year for local golf icon, Dawn Coe-Jones, at the annual youth tournament in her name.
Want to have your voice heard by town council? The next council meeting is one you should attend.
For the residents of Honeymoon Bay, Saturday, July 7, was a day of both remembering, and looking to the future.
Volunteers hard at work at the Kaatza Station Museum in Lake Cowichan
Despite the downpour, Honeymoon Bay and Cowichan Lake residents along with visitors made the best of the festivities
Mayor and council covered a lot of ground on Tuesday’s meeting, June 26
neighbours next to a North Shore Road residence noticed a flurry of activity as police executed a warrant for a grow operation.
At approximately 6:30 p.m. on June 30, paramedics, RCMP, the LCFD and Search and Rescue were called out to Marie Canyon
On June 20, the trustees of School District 79 voted to seek an outside legal opinion
As the sun begins to make more of an appearance, tubers will once again take advantage of the the Cowichan River.
Sentencing postponed in 2010 arson case of Darryl Nanos accused of setting fire to an occupied fourplex
This year, the March Meadows Ladies Amateur Open will be held on Thursday, August 2.
Protecting streams & fish with storm drain marking
The renovation project, which was completed in 2011, cost a total of $7.6 million
This years Doug Goddard Memorial Golf Tournament is being held on Saturday, July 7, at March Meadows Golf Course.
Parents, friends, students, and staff gathered to honour those who have made a special effort in completing their education for the year.
If you would like to register for the Great Lake Walk either as an individual or as a team, the early bird deadline is fast approaching.
The publishing industry is having to reassess where it is going and adapt to more readers accessing their information online
On Canada Day, Cowichan Lake communities will each be hosting events, all of which are open to the general public, and free to attend.