Rachael Beckley

Black Press Van Isle 360 pulls into Campbell River

The first yachts to complete the Comox to Campbell River leg of the Black Press Van Isle 360 pull in

City one of the first targets in auditor general’s sights

Focus on larger investments such as major infrastructure, reconstruction, buildings, roads and facilities

OUR VIEW: Really now, how hard is it to vote?

Voter turnout was pretty stinky in the last provincial election – take a few minutes on Tuesday and cast your vote

OUR VIEW: Politics? Nah, let’s talk hockey

Vancouver Canucks just not built for the Stanley Cup playoffs

Mirror parent company named title sponsor of prestigious Van Isle 360 yacht race

The event, which starts and finishes in Nanaimo, has run since 1999

Comox Valley SPCA expect influx of Campbell River animals

Campbell River council has awarded the pound services contract to Coastal Animal Services

The Russians are coming to Campbell River

The Tropic Ice Hockey team will only be in Campbell River for about six hours before game time

Aliens and oil tankers: a 2012 news quiz

The news affecting B.C. in 2012 sometimes seemed too bizarre to be believed

Arrests a relief to slain man’s stepmom

A man had been arrested at his home in Salmon Arm while a woman was arrested in a public setting in Vernon

Woman wants to dump on the back road dumpers

Concerned the situation will worsen when the Campbell River landfill reaches capacity

GUEST COLUMN: Celebrate Remembrance Day and ignore the polls

Common opinion is that, out of respect for our veterans, we should not enter into the festive mood until after Remembrance Day.

Comox Valley ‘family’ doesn’t want to be divided by riding split

The proposed redistribution effectively splits the Comox Valley with a line through Courtenay

BCGEU picket line set for Campbell River office

The B.C. Government and Service Employees Union served strike notice with the Labour Relations Board Thursday

Black Creek runner crowned NCAA champ – twice

The 5K/10K double title hadn’t happened since the 2009 season with All-American Galen Rupp did it running for the University of Oregon

Quality Foods celebrates thirty years of excellence

Owners of the Quality Food chain of grocery stores — Ken Schley, John Briuolo and Noel Hayward — have come a very long way since 1982

Saratoga Beach development moving right along

The Comox Valley Regional District board recently adopted a bylaw to rezone about half of the 75-acre parcel

Quality Foods partners with the legendary Jimmy Pattison

Pattison, has entered into a partnership with the owners of Errington-based Quality Foods

OUR VIEW: Another political poll states the obvious

HST stumble was one more shot in the foot for the BC Liberals

Bear cubs returned to the wild

Orphaned black bear twins that captured the hearts of North Islanders are back roaming the woods near where they were found.

Island avalanche danger is on the rise

The avalanche risk on Vancouver Island is considerable right now and the forecast of more wind and rain isn’t helping the situation