Kevin Rothbauer

Spike in thefts in Duncan has police issuing advice

Police have noticed an increase in property crime in the Duncan area recently, including thefts from vehicles. They are taking steps to mitigate and respond to those calls, and are asking the public to help reduce opportunities for thieves to strike.

Lake Flashback: New editor, new design, and recurring vandalism

Changes at Lake Cowichan papers and damage to business and services a theme in late March

Archer takes on new challenges at BC Winter Games

That thrilling shoot-off resulted in one of Whitworth's two medals

Cowichan classic car owners invited to show gratitude to hospital workers

Gather at Chances Casino parking lot at 6:30 p.m. 0n April 4

CVRD cancels all recreation and theatre programs through end of April

Community centre and recreation programs cancelled through end of April

Duncan’s Pat Kay copes with Olympic roller-coaster

'Confusing time' as Canada pulls out due to COVID-19, followed by IOC postponement

Alistair MacGregor addresses federal response to COVID-19

Cowichan-Malahat-Langford MP spoke to constituents via Facebook on Wednesday

Support frontline workers and families through Shawnigan Heart to Heart campaign

SRA teams up with iloveshawnigan.com for fundraiser

Task force created to address food security in Cowichan Valley during COVID-19 disruptions

Emergency Food Access Task Force brings several organizations together

Cowichan Valley food banks reopen on a limited basis

CMS handing out hampers, Basket Society doing hampers and sandwiches

B.C. Greens suspend leadership race due to COVID-19

Cowichan Valley MLA Furstenau among contenders

CMS Food Bank closes temporarily

Food bank serves Cobble Hill, Mill Bay and Shawnigan Lake

RCMP ask public for help identifying Duncan robbery suspect

Woman cut two pharmacy employees with glass

Cowichan Valley clothing company focuses on face masks during pandemic

Salts and West hopes to make thousands of masks a week to help fight COVID-19

UPDATED: Duncan woman trying to get home from Uganda

Flights hard to come by during COVID-19 pandemic

Cowichan Valley distilleries help combat COVID-19 with hand sanitizer

Ampersand and Stillhead making hand sanitizer during shortage

Crofton girl, 12, makes video plea about COVID-19 safety

'OK Canada, enough is enough! We need to stop this virus from spreading'

Hockey teams miss out after provincials cancelled

Peewee and juvenile events among 17 tournaments cancelled across B.C.

Shawnigan Hills parkrun Coronavirus Update

As of last Saturday, March 14, we decided to suspend all parkrun events until the end of April at the earliest. With all the uncertainty caused by coronavirus, it was no surprise that the triumvirate of organizations that enable our event to take place - namely, parkrun Canada, Shawnigan Lake School and the Cowichan Valley Regional District - gave us three different estimates. However, each were consistent in their concern for the well-being of the public and we would like to thank them for their continued support.

B.C. Rotary exchange students told to ‘shelter in place’ through COVID-19

Participants concerned about being stuck, visas running out