Sarah Simpson

Stolen dog possibly sighted in Cowichan

Nanaimo RCMP investigating Collier Dam Park encounter

Crash snarls traffic on TCH through Duncan

No life-threatening injuries have been reported.

Ian Morrison named Cowichan Valley Regional District vice chair

Area F director earns leadership role

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP save man from pond with quick thinking, garden hose

RCMP received a 911 call that a man had fallen in a drainage pond

UPDATE: Lefebure lands record-tying board chair role

Just the second chair in the last 50 years to serve four consecutive terms

Be safe, be seen this winter

In B.C. 76 per cent of collisions involving pedestrians happen at intersections

Be safe, be seen this winter

In B.C. 76 per cent of collisions involving pedestrians happen at intersections

BC Transit offering free Remembrance Day service

Veterans and Canadian Forces members don't pay all week

Time to turn back the clocks

Not everybody is in favour of daylight saving time

Time to turn back the clocks

Not everybody is in favour of daylight saving time

Speeders, stolen signs irk Telegraph Road residents

It was nearing the end of the school year when Judy Nikirk last sounded the alarm

Column: Halloween not my happiest time of the year

There. I said it. I am indeed a party pooper.

Power out at Lake Cowichan

BC Hydro repair crews were expected to arrive in Lake Cowichan by 4 p.m. Friday afternoon after a tree fell onto wires shortly before 2:30 p.m.

Mill Bay age friendly plan in final stages

The goal is to create a safe and accessible place for seniors

BC Transit asks for input on Cowichan bus system

Potential changes to the Cowichan Valley's transit system

Column: An expensive trip to the Flag Shop

Travelling for flags reminds me of seven years ago when my young nephew was over from the mainland

Former camper claims sexual abuse at Cowichan River Bible Camp

Surrey pastor accused of sexual assault is former board member of Vancouver Island camp

Good story found blowing in the wind

It all started because there was flagpole bracket above his front door when he bought the house. Then he stumbled across a pole at a hardware store that came complete with a Canadian flag. He thought that would be the end of it. The project seemed complete.

VIDEO and PHOTOS: Cornucopia of success for Duncan Farm Market

From a handful of vendors years ago to more than 100 and a waiting list half as long

Who does that? Cowichan’s Brock McLeod, that’s who

Brock and Heather McLeod pioneers of organic farming in the Cowichan Valley