James Goldie

Gerald Thom receives posthumous recognition for tireless dedication

While his time at the lake was comparatively short, the late Gerald Thom’s impact on the

Gerald Thom receives posthumous recognition for tireless dedication to Cowichan River

While his time at the lake was comparatively short, the late Gerald Thom’s impact on the

Planned power outage Nov. 6

BC Hydro is advising customers around the lake to shut off and unplug their appliances for

Killer sentenced, Walbran police bill, $57K grants

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

Sparse turnout in Lake Cowichan for CVRD budget talk

On Thursday, the CVRD hosted an open house at the Cowichan Lake Curling Lounge to discuss

Youbou’s annual haunted house scarier than ever

Ears are likely still ringing for the volunteers and organizers of Cowichan Lake Recreation’s annual haunted house

Racist sign, rope put up after trash mix-up

When Kevin Lowe’s tenant left the house last Wednesday to take his daughter to school, he found

Turn your pumpkins into compost at garden

When Halloween’s over and done, don’t toss Jack in the trash — the Cowichan Lake Community Garden

Lake Cowichan Animal Rescue Society celebrates volunteers on 10th birthday

With a full decade of service now under its belt, the Lake Cowichan Animal Rescue Society is looking

Health team turning downward spiral around

Lake Cowichan has something not every town of its size can boast. Since 2013, the Vancouver Island

Regional District budget up for discussion

Cowichan Valley Regional District staff and elected officials are holding open houses throughout the Valley

Councillor Bob Day champions keeping compost

The sight of logging trucks hauling mountains of lumber out of town is nothing new for Lake Cowichan

Lake Flashback: Climate change, NDP victory, school smoking

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

Meat from poached elk could be dangerous

Area residents are disappointed and conservation officials concerned following the poaching of three

Business Showcase a chance to be seen

Stormy weather kept many people at home over the weekend rather than at the chamber’s annual

Sunfest raises fire bill in July

Council unanimously approved the Lake Cowichan Fire Department incident report for

Poached elk meat from Youbou may be danger to eat

Area residents are disappointed and conservation officials concerned following the poaching of three bull elk in the Youbou area

Lake Flashback: Car crashes into store, community forest, protest

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

Pumps removed as river replenished

Blink and you may have missed them — the pumps at the weir in Lake Cowichan are gone

Storms take down power to thousands

Cowichan Lake is still drying out after a series of storms late last week and over the weekend that