James Goldie

Cowichan Lake escapes serious damage during storm

Cowichan Lake is still drying out after a series of storms late last week and

Lake Cowichan Animal Rescue gearing up for a party

The Lake Cowichan Animal Rescue Society turns 10 this year and they’re having a party to celebrate.

CLACS: Lake Arts Society picks its new official name

The votes have been cast and a name officially chosen. The local arts and council group

New report explores economic impact of Sunfest

Since Sunfest’s inaugural weekend in the Cowichan Lake district, anecdotal evidence has been

Ohtaki delegation celebrates Thanksgiving

A longstanding relationship of peace and friendship between distant communities is one thing Lakers were giving thanks

Lake Cowichan gets more than $1 million for water mains thanks to Clean Water and Wastewater Fund

The Town of Lake Cowichan has once again received good news from federal and provincial funding

Lake Flashback: Save J.H. Boyd, indoor pool and new footbridge

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

Zombie horde to take over Youbou on Oct. 28

Fans of The Walking Dead are eagerly anticipating the action-packed zombie show’s return to TV this month, but

Cowichan emus: Straight from prehistory

With their imposing size and shadowy faces, one could be forgiven for finding emus a little intimidating.

Pumping the lake a scary prospect for Lake Cowichan mayor

The installation of pumps at the weir is cold comfort for the mayor of Lake Cowichan, who attended

Pumps ready for dangerously low river

Although Cowichan Lake still has enough water west of the weir to sustain the Cowichan River

Cowichan Lake business showcase ready to roll

The Cowichan Lake District Chamber of Commerce is finalizing its preparations for an annual event aimed

Lake athletes bring home top awards from 55+ BC Games

Athletes from the Cowichan Lake area had some impressive performances at this

One gold, 13 silver for local cabinetry company

South Shore Cabinetry is touting gold and silver — and lots of it — following the 25th annual CARE

Formal complaint wasn’t necessary: property owner

A property owner in Lake Cowichan whose backyard development encroached on a riparian area

Lake auxiliary surprised with $3,500 donation

Patients at Cowichan District Hospital waiting for space in long-term care facilities will have

School shuffle, long distance, and mill upgrades

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

Pumps to feed dangerously low Cowichan River installed

Twenty pumps are now underwater at the weir, installed and ready to go

Pumps to feed threatened Cowichan River only a ‘bandaid’ [video]

Representatives from government and industry say the situation is dire and newly installed pumps at the weir are only a bandaid solution.

Tax exemption offered for revitalization

Council passed the first, second and third reading of a revitalization tax exemption bylaw, aimed at