James Goldie

Youbou home destroyed by fire

One woman is safe following a house fire in Youbou yesterday although the home itself has been destroyed.

Youbou home destroyed in fire

One woman is safe following a house fire in Youbou yesterday although the home itself has been destroyed.

Lake Flashback: Bank strike ends, new roads, dentist wanted

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter James Goldie has been combing through old newspapers with the assistance of the Kaatza

No new laws coming for pit bulls at Lake

The Town of Lake Cowichan has no plans to adopt breed-specific legislation that would see the banning of certain dogs

Almost 3 years since this much snow at the lake

Residents of the Cowichan Valley woke up Monday morning to more snow than they’ve seen

Sunfest study highlights Lake Cowichan’s strengths and weaknesses

On Nov. 30, Bridget Horel, economic development intern with Island Coastal Economic Trust, presented

Cowichan River signage wraps up 5-year effort

Motorists passing through Lake Cowichan this week may notice two new additions to the car bridge

Craft fairs bring out Lake’s Christmas spirit

November has been a busy month in the Cowichan Lake district with three holiday markets in as many weeks

Masterful performances anchor ‘Mending Fences’ in Duncan

Norm Foster has been described as Canada’s most-produced playwright and this is no exaggeration.

Highlights from the Town of Lake Cowichan’s recent public meeting

On Monday, the Town of Lake Cowichan hosted its second of two annual public meetings in which area residents are

Legends Valley Music Festival expands to 5 days

One of Laketown Ranch’s summer hits, the music festival that attracted cannabis enthusiasts

Lake Flashback: Kinsol Trestle, seniors complex, and weight loss

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter James Goldie has been combing through old newspapers with the assistance of the

Cowichan Valley Knights breakfast comes with cheques

The Knights of Columbus in Duncan are hosting a special breakfast this weekend and they hope everyone can come out

Minister visits Cowichan Valley Buy Local fund recipients

Last Friday Minister of Agriculture Norm Letnick visited Averill Creek Vineyard

Car takes out pillar at Duncan Romeo’s; restaurant remains open

Management and staff of Romeo's restaurant in Duncan had a rude awakening Thursday morning

‘Regifters’ is the holiday gift that keeps on giving

What if you’d sent off your regifted present only to then learn that artwork or candle or book was worth millions?

Public meeting to talk Sunfest Study Nov. 30

The author of a study on Sunfest’s first year in action at the new location, and its impacts on Lake Cowichan, is

Authorities offer reward for information about shooting in Lake Cowichan

Authorities are on the lookout for a hunter who broke the law and potentially endangered lives in a residential

Lake Flashback: Weather bomb, pharmacist sentenced, park plan

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter James Goldie has been combing through old newspapers with the assistance of

Seller seeks identity of the man who painted this photo…

Calling all Cowichan Lake artists! Do you recognize this painting? If so, there’s someone all the way across the