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Little Valley Restorations celebrates 40 years in business

Opened in 1980, Little Valley Restorations grew from a hobby to a celebrated business

Service clubs begin first phase of Forrest Field improvements

The project teams started on Saturday September 12 at 8:30 a.m. and worked through the day

Local author launches literary podcast with Canada Council for the Arts grant

Shelley Leedhal will air 10 episodes of “Something Like Love” over 10 weeks

‘Every day is a new feeling’: Jackie Bates adjusts to her new life, and new lungs

Jackie Bates’ life has changed for the better since receiving a double lung transplant on July 15

Allison McCarrick becomes new CAO for Town of Ladysmith

McCarrick leaves her role as CAO for the District of Port Hardy to join the Town of Ladysmith

Sonic the Hedgehog display suffers second theft

First it was Knuckles, and now Tails has been stolen from the display

Mother in Ladysmith hit-and-run killed on 11th wedding anniversary

Trevor Blogg speaks on the tragic death of his wife, Katie

Mother in Vancouver Island hit-and-run killed on 11th wedding anniversary

Trevor Blogg speaks on the tragic death of his wife, Katie

‘We’re not going to let this drag on forever’, hit-and-run suspect urged to surrender to RCMP

The suspect had a brief interaction with police before fleeing the scene

Roxanne Harris elected Chief for Stz’uminus First Nation

Harris will replace longtime Chief, John Elliott

Meet the Cowichan Valley’s only Giganotosaurus

The giganotosaurus is 37 feet long, however it’s not as large as the other dinosaur Shockey acquired

Mary Marcotte honoured with parade after 25 years of serving Area H

Around 150 people were counted, all of whom were familiar faces

Politics in a pandemic: local leaders speak on managing the COVID-19 crisis

Aaron Stone, Doug Routley, and Paul Manly speak on their experience with the COVID-19 pandemic

Kiwi Cove Community Garden makes ‘immeasurable difference’ to Ladysmith food security

The Kiwi Cove Community Garden has been in operation since 2006

Downtown temporary washroom to remain in place until end of September

Town council determined no action was required on the issue

Bush fire near Christie Falls extinguished on hottest day of the year

The fire was estimated to reach roughly a hectare and a half in size

Ladysmith life coach wins international award two years in a row

Bestka K-Burr has been named among the Top 100 Management Consultants in the World

Businesses mixed on downtown temporary washroom

Ladysmith Health Food Stores launches petition against the temporary washroom

Cheri Mactier celebrates 20 years in Ladysmith real estate

After 20 years in town, Mactier’s daughter, Brianne Mactier is joining the family business

First downtown parklet patio installed on 1st Avenue

Social distancing regulations will determine the total seat count