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UFO spotted near Sooke Basin

Ann Talbot saw a large round glowing object hover and fly across the Sooke Basin last week.

Sooke firefighters rescue injured woman in Coopers Cove

The 56-year old woman may have a "possibly-serious leg injury" says Sooke Fire chief.

New playground equipment eyed for Sooke Broomhill Park

The Sooke District plans to replace the playground equipment due to age

Cougar Annie returns to Sooke Harbour House

Show starts at 8 p.m. on Thursday (June 22)

FISHING ADVENTURES: Fishing in Sooke getting better by the week

Spring salmon eight to 20 pounders seen consistently over the last two weeks

Shaping words into stories

Sooke Writers' Collective published fourth anthology

Food bank open house welcomes you with hot dogs, tours

The second-annual event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Three men rescued from Sooke Basin after boat capsizes and sinks

The men went into the water after their 12-foot boat overturned, none were wearing life jackets

Sooke Sailing Association ramps up for the summer

New boats and more to explore is in store for the sailing program this year

Sooke Orchestra will soothe you with a Harmony by the Sea

The martime-themed Sea Cantata takes place June 10 and 11 in Sooke and Colwood

Covenants on Sooke property removed

Mayor and council agreed to remove several covenants bogging down a development on West Coast Rd

Fire departments in Sooke region prep for hot, dry summer

Fire hazard could spike from low to high in a matter of days, says Sooke assistant fire chief

Sooke council cans community amenities contribution policy

Policy deemed too outdated and "unhelpful" for modern-day development, says council

Sooke school district board chairman resigns

Sooke District School Board chair Bob Phillips has resigned after 18 months in the position.

Fatal car accident witness sought by Sooke Mounties

Police look for Riley Hubbard, a possible witness to a fatal single-vehicle accident on Sooke Road

Support your marine search and rescue

An essential community service shouldn't have to beg for money.

Man airlifted to hospital after logging truck rolls in Shirley

The man was taken to hospital with serious injuries, police say

Major revamp planned for Sooke roads

Six priority arteries in the town core are chosen for complete reconstruction

Sooke marine search and rescue seeking financial help

Sooke district plans to team up with West Shore communities to help fund local RCM-SAR

Sooke man charged for attacking friend with axe

The attack happened following a dissagreement between two friends, police say