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People from the Cowichan Lake area crowded around the cenotaph for the annual Remembrance Day ceremonies on Nov. 11.
Tuck Brothers and other volunteers repair baseball diamonds in Lake Cowichan before next season.
Three students from Palsson won the Fire Prevention Week colouring contest and got to tour the Lake Cowichan Fire Department Oct. 14.
Lake Cowichan Volunteer Fire Department service awards presented last Monday.
Ohtaki exchange students enjoy lunch in Lake Cowichan
LCS Class of 2014 celebrates with red gala ceremony at the school
Heritage Days celebrations as popular as ever in Lake Cowichan
Grass still needs to grow in at baseball field in Youbou
Residents say “no” to the placement of a truck wash at the west entrance to Youbou.
Cowichan Lake Curling Rocks CLub hosted the International Tankard March 7-9. Team Canada won!
International incident: Forty-eight curlers from across B.C. and Washington state converging for Silver Tankard
Murder, robbery and missing family: An elaborate multi-level Search and Rescue exercise kept Skutz Falls area hopping Sunday
Olympic fever: Paralympic athlete and Vancouver torch runner help launch the games at local school
Every Kid’s Dream: Young Laker lines up with Sedin and Bieksa for NHL game opening
Feb. 8 event: Sign up for fun and help high school team in the process
Practice makes perfect: Training key as fire crews get used to their new rescue equipment
An invitation for Lake Cowichan’s mayor to attend a simple hike turned out to be a memorable walk with PM Stephen Harper.
Area F Director Ian Morrison one of about 100 people who gathered in Mill Bay last week to let PM Stephen Harper know their feelings
The chamber donates money annually to the Lady of the Lake Society for all the work they do in promoting the region.
Weekend tourney: Kaatza Logging Atom C2 Lakers win six in a row to claim top spot