Terry Farrell

Suspicious fire destroys two vehicles at Black Creek residence

Oyster River Fire Rescue personnel were dispatched to a fire at a Black Creek residence early Wednesday (Jan. 20) morning.

3L says negotiations for Stotan Falls development and parkland are over

The company said there will be no further development applications filed with the CVRD

Comox Valley school board says strict COVID-19 protocols in place for international student program to ensure safety

Parents upset by email from school district seeking billet homes for students

Comox Valley student creates project addressing intolerance and bigotry in our community

Frustration due to a lack of acknowledgment that the problem exists was the catalyst for the project

Numerous ways to support local businesses this holiday season

Community leaders are urging residents to keep it local when shopping for gifts this holiday season.

Comox Valley musicians debut healthy chocolate brand

Easy Street creates sugar-free, gluten-free, vegan chocolates

Comox Valley woman’s new spice mix rubbing customers the right way

Keri Brown's side project a big hit with Comox Valley cooks

Police confirm same suspect responsible for both Lake Trail Middle School threats

School reopened Monday, after Friday closure due to threat

Two Comox-Calgary flights exposed to COVID-19 in the past week

Seven flights between the two airports have now been flagged for COVID exposure

Big Little Lions earn Canadian Folk Music Award nomination

Duo featuring Comox Valley singer-songwriter Helen Austin keeping busy during pandemic

COVID-19 exposure reported on a fifth flight at Comox airport

Another exposure risk from flight originating in Calgary

Plein air painting in the Saturday sunshine in Courtenay

Local artist Neil Havers took advantage of a sunny Saturday for some plein air painting. He was spotted on Marsden Road, creating a painting of the Comox Glacier.

I-Hos Gallery celebrates 25 years of promoting First Nation artwork

If there is an authority on the evolution of the I-Hos Gallery, it's Ramona Johnson.

Local governments are encouraging people to wear facemasks when visiting government offices and facilities in the Comox Valley. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE

Comox Valley governments ‘encouraging’ mask use, but will not mandate face masks

CVRD board chair says local governments will wait until the province mandates mask use

Local governments are encouraging people to wear facemasks when visiting government offices and facilities in the Comox Valley. ADOBE STOCK IMAGE
Comox Valley Child Development Association executive director Cindy Xavier, past president Pam Crowe, and president Diane Daigle celebrate the final tote board tally at the 45th annual CVCDA Telethon Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020, at the Sid Williams Theatre. Photo by Terry Farrell
Comox Valley Child Development Association executive director Cindy Xavier, past president Pam Crowe, and president Diane Daigle celebrate the final tote board tally at the 45th annual CVCDA Telethon Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020, at the Sid Williams Theatre. Photo by Terry Farrell
Candice Wheeldon celebrates as she crosses the finish line to complete her virtual New York City Marathon Sunday, Nov. 1. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley woman runs virtual New York City Marathon

One year ago, Candice Wheeldon qualified for the New York City Marathon, with a personal best time of 4:20:49 at the Boundary Bay Marathon in Delta.

Candice Wheeldon celebrates as she crosses the finish line to complete her virtual New York City Marathon Sunday, Nov. 1. Photo by Terry Farrell
Comox author Loraine Hartley, with a few copies of her debut novel, “My Delightfully Dysfunctional Family.” Photo supplied

Comox author pens novel about life in a blended family

Generally speaking, authors write their books, then determine a title.

Comox author Loraine Hartley, with a few copies of her debut novel, “My Delightfully Dysfunctional Family.” Photo supplied
From left, NDP party leader John Horgan, Kus-kus-sum project manager Tim Ennis (with his daughter, Kestrel), K’omoks First Nation Chief Nicole Rempel, and Courtenay-Comox NDP candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard pose for a photo across the estuary from the Kus-kus-sum site. Photo by Terry Farrell

B.C. VOTES 2020: Horgan promises to bridge Kus-kus-sum funding gap

NDP leader John Horgan made what could amount to a major financial commitment to the Comox Valley while campaigning through Courtenay Sunday afternoon.

From left, NDP party leader John Horgan, Kus-kus-sum project manager Tim Ennis (with his daughter, Kestrel), K’omoks First Nation Chief Nicole Rempel, and Courtenay-Comox NDP candidate Ronna-Rae Leonard pose for a photo across the estuary from the Kus-kus-sum site. Photo by Terry Farrell
Glacier King vet Jordan Neufeld had a goal and an assist in Friday’s victory. (File photo used, as league policy prevents media from attending games, due to COVID-19 regulations.)

Comox Valley Glacier Kings split weekend series with Oceanside

First win of the season for Yetis Friday night

Glacier King vet Jordan Neufeld had a goal and an assist in Friday’s victory. (File photo used, as league policy prevents media from attending games, due to COVID-19 regulations.)