Scott Stanfield

O’Brien ninth in big air

Courtenay-raised snowboarder happy to make finals

Railway discussions continue

Passenger service ceased since 2011

Vanier juniors win Island basketball championship

The Towhees beat Oak Bay in the championship final

Isfeld second at AA senior girls Island championship

The host Isfeld Ice senior girls basketball team punched its ticket to provincials by defeating Victoria's Royal Bay 68-64 in Friday's semi-final game at the AA senior girls Island basketball championships.

O’Brien questions decision-making of governing body

Courtenay snowboarder finished 22nd in women's slopestyle

Competition enhances Nordic spirit

Nordic skiers off all ages gather at Mt. Washington

Fire crews save Merville house

Working in tandem, firefighters from Courtenay and Oyster River managed to save a Merville house from burning to the ground Saturday around 6 p.m.

Comox Valley atom A hockey hosts Chinese team

The Beijing Little Wolf Hockey Club showed its skill at the Sports Centre.

Comox Valley United Soccer needs referees

Club facing dire shortage

Puppy sick after swallowing pot

Susan Wyatt hopes other dog owners don't experience the ordeal she went through with her three-month-old puppy, Flora. While out for a walk on the beach at Cape Lazo Feb. 6, she says her yellow lab retriever picked up and ingested marijuana that was laced with barbiturates.

Comox man didn’t know about wartime relative

Soldier's remains found a century later

Comox Valley United Soccer needs referees

Club facing dire shortage

Courtenay council approves sewer, water plans

Courtenay council approved Monday a resolution from Coun. Doug Hillian to request the Transportation Ministry to include funding in next month's provincial budget to engineer a safe crossing at Ryan Road between NIC and Cowichan Avenue; and to enhance pedestrian, scooter and cycling access along Ryan between Highway 19A and Lerwick Road.

KFN treaty negotiations continue to plod

Treaty negotiations for the K'omoks First Nation have been ongoing for more than 20 years. Five years have passed since the critical fourth-stage Agreement-in-Principle (AIP) was reached.

O’Brien ready for Pyeongchang Games

Courtenay's Spencer O'Brien finished the 2012/13 season ranked number two in the World Snowboard Tour's slopestyle rankings. She was a medal hopeful for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics but was waylaid by rheumatoid arthritis in late-2013. Despite the setback, she advanced to the Olympic final and placed 12th.

Ice eyes provincial berth

Isfeld Secondary hosts AA girls basketball Island Championships

Comox snowboarder off to Olympics

Carle Brenneman of Comox is part of Canada's snowboard cross team that will compete at the Winter OIympics next month in South Korea.

Courtenay snowboarder off to second Olympics

Courtenay snowboarder Spencer O'Brien has been named to Canada's slopestyle/big air team for the Winter OIympics in South Korea.

Film fest contains ‘hidden gems’

One of the interesting aspects of the World Community Film Festival is watching documentaries that are "off the beaten path," says Wayne Bradley, a World Community board member and a programmer of the 27th annual festival that runs at four venues in downtown Courtenay Feb. 2 and 3.