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If something doesn’t change soon, the Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society (MARS) will have to close its doors
A pack of wolves could be the cause of a Black Creek dog’s severe injuries
Passing motorist spots missing man's vehicle down an embankment
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Bike and snowboard stolen
A woman with Campbell River roots will take over as St. Joseph’s General Hospital’s new president and CEO in September
More rioters step forward
The Save On Foods Midget B Ravens lacrosse team are going to the provincials after winning the final game in its best-of-three series that went down to the wire.
Campbell River bands did well at the Battle of the Bands June 26 in Simms Millennium Park in Courtenay as musicians younger than 18 competed for recognition and prizes
Dr. Bill Phipps, 71, is listed in stable condition after his stunt plane crashed during an airshow at the Nanaimo airport Saturday.
ICBC’s doomed proposal to jack drivers’ insurance rates up whether they have one speeding ticket or multiple was misguided at best.
The regional hospital board has reaffirmed its support for building two new hospitals to serve the North Island.
While Premier Christy Clark will soon be able to take her seat in the B.C. Legislature, the close race she endured in the Vancouver-Point Grey byelection should cause her, and the party, to stop and think.
In a short campaign that partially overlapped the federal election, Clark managed to win the seat by less than 600 votes — 7,371 to 6,776 for the NDP’s David Eby. And she did so without facing a candidate from the resurgent BC Conservatives, who decided to follow tradition and not contest the seat, when it was a byelection involving the sitting premier.
Campbell River Minor Lacrosse Subway Peewee B Ravens played a pair of games on the weekend and were on the right end of the score both times.
The Ravens travelled to Nanaimo to play the Timbermen on Saturday.
Opening night of racing at Saratoga Speedway saw many new faces and some great racing.
Last year’s Crash to Pass champ Glenn Pinto was sporting a new car, but ran into mechanical problems halfway through the night. A wet track caused for slower times in qualifying, with fast time going to Travis Stevenson (18.933), who also won the dash.
Be comfortable, follow the safety instructions and don’t be complacent.
Those are the three main rules to follow when entering and exiting a hovering helicopter, and part of the lessons learned by forest firefighters Tuesday afternoon at the Qualicum Beach airport.
Players from the Canadian junior champion Nanaimo Raiders are coming to Campbell River for a football camp.
The Campbell River Fighting Eagles host the annual spring football camp on May 28-29, at Sportsplex in Willow Point, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
Parking fees have been lifted from 41 provincial parks around B.C., and the provincial government will make up the $650,000 annual revenue in the environment ministry budget
Six candidates vie for votes
Island kickboxers showed they’re world class at an action-packed event in Ladysmith on the weekend.