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A head-on collision happened near the intersection of Highway 19A and Smith Road on Christmas Day.
'Twas 2 nights before Christmas
Harriette Mackenzie, a basketball star at Isfeld Secondary, will be moving on to the USports level after she graduates in June from the Courtenay school.
Misinformation about COVID-19 could prove deadly
EDITOR'S NOTE: Murray Coulter originally submitted this poem in 2007. He requested republication.
LETTER – Cyclist suggests widening 17th Street at the bridge could alleviate some of Courtenay’s traffic problems
The Comox Valley Road Runners Learn to Run 5K Clinic starts Jan. 16.
Weather conditions at the time were very tricky for the team with zero visibility and blowing snow
Group will provide leadership, decisions on Emergency Operations Centre policy matters
Liam Mackenzie, a 13-year-old soccer talent from the Comox Valley, is making his mark at a Vancouver Whitecaps academy.
In the midst of dual public health emergencies, the BC Coroners Service continues to urge extreme caution due to the increasingly toxic illicit drug supply in British Columbia.
John Howard Society administrators and staff members have seen a noticeable decrease in the number of complaints from neighbours since The Junction supportive housing development opened in Courtenay last year.
Local governments have an opportunity to apply for the second round of the Province's Poverty Reduction Planning & Action Program grants to help develop local strategies and solutions to address poverty.
Judith McIntosh's book a memoir of her perspective on the Second World War
Eco-landscaping firm also on Property Brothers' spinoff again with 'American royalty'
Some priorities for COVID-19 funds including improve IT and adapting work spaces
BC Hydro is following a storm system that is hitting the watershed today (Friday) and tomorrow with some significant rains and higher freezing levels causing some snowmelt. Precipitation over these two days may be about 90 mm in the upper watershed.