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Fire at Lions Village quickly doused on Monday evening

Surrounding units remained largely unscathed

Neighbourhood cat caught swatting at swallows

They believe the cat killed a family of swallows, however there were no remains found

Ladysmith soccer player brings home B.C. Premier League championship

This is the third consecutive cup for the U16 Vancouver Island Wave, and the second for Gueldenstern

Being a pot dealer is not what it used to be

Sunday Big Read: the business of selling marijuana in B.C. is a slow bureaucratic slog

Ladysmith hosts Indigenous Peoples Day celebrations at Transfer Beach

Community comes together to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day

John Marston’s nutsamuut syaays welcome figure unveiled at LSS

The unveiling lasted for only a few hours, but it celebrated several years of work

Ladysmith couple prepares for 2019 Cycle of Life Tour

Brian and Karen Hartley will be riding to raise money for hospice care across Vancouver Island

Local beekeeper wants residents to use pesticides more responsibly

Paula Masyk has kept bees for a little over two months, and has had two pesticide events since then

Ladysmith Hill Dash and Running of the Balls return to High street

Ever year Ladysmith residents run High street to support the Ladysmith Resource Centre Association

RCMP urges community to report crimes as theft from vehicles continues

Ladysmith RCMP confirmed a group of teens were seen trying to break into a vehicle on Thetis drive

OPINION: Era of rampant money laundering leaves B.C. complacent in wake of reports

Seemingly every day new details come out surrounding money laundering in this province

LRCA low-income housing project ‘months away’ from on-site work

The project will provide 36 units for three main groups: seniors, families, and disabled people

Ralph Nilson reflects on three terms as VIU president

Ralph Nilson has been president of VIU since the change from Malaspina University College in 2007.

Fork Off show uses art to advocate for plant based living

Fork Off will be showing at the Waterfront Gallery from June 23 to June 30, 11am - 4 pm

Warm weather brings property crime increase in Ladysmith

The Ladysmith RCMP has confirmed at least 10 incidents of property crime in the last two weeks

Construction to start on 4th Avenue crossing at Rocky Creek

The project is estimated to cost $1,306,436, and the budgeted amount is $750,000

Mother of airlifted child asks for continued prayers and support

BC Emergency Health Services confirmed the child was transported to a hospital in Victoria

Summer is on its way, get out and enjoy it

With any luck, this summer won’t be all about forest fires and air quality advisories.

Months long leak leads to $5,715 water bill

The leak was discovered December 13, 2018, and was not fixed until February 26, 2019.