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East Sooke author’s story of sentient fruit teaches friendship and dedication
The document, known as Na’tsa’maht, is a five-year working agreement to improve the success of aboriginal students.
In-school program brings doctor, nurses to Sooke district high schools
More than 200 extra students are expected to flow into schools throughout the Sooke school district this year.
Occupants bypassed the hydro meter, syphoning free power for months, police say
There have been 42 black bear complaints since April, compared to 102 in the same period last year.
Consumers must understand the most important difference of all: in a strata, you’re all in it together.
Mother nature will throw us one last hurrah of lovely warm weather before she shifts gears into fall season.
Bill Parkes showed his support for the Sheringham Point Lighthouse by raising $3,000 for its restoration.
The workshop is broken down into a two-day event, as it takes 18 hours to fire and complete a decent-size tray or a plate.
Former Sooke resident's vehicle collided with a pickup truck in Prince George
East Sooke, Metchosin, and Sooke Fire responded to contain a brush fire in the Silver Spray area of East Sooke.
Sooke Community Association must apply for grant by Aug. 30
Stan Eakin kept the 1929 vehicle pretty much stock, right up to the wooden roof that he rebuilt himself.
Kevin Banner always loved telling people a good joke.
A metal scrap pile in front of Saseenos Elementary has been cleaned up after a quick effort by the Sooke community.
Art in the Park is back, complete with a full repertoire of all the fine arts, from music, to painting, dancing – even balloon art.
Even though the posted speed limit is 40 km/h, many drivers exceed it
One of the biggest upgrade projects this summer is focused on Edward Milne Community School
So what’s hot in Sooke nowadays? Political scandals, lack of services, the weather, crime, and that road ... oh, that darn road.