Don Bodger

Not to become bored the game plan for COVID-19

Board game developed by Crofton family just the remedy for filling time at home

Sweet treat helps make Chemainus Health Care Centre workers feel complete

Girl Guide cookies always in good taste when showing appreciation

Inked magazine cover hopeful no longer in the running

Jaimee Kodric is grateful for all the support she received in her…

Essentials being provided by 49th Parallel in a thorough manner

Staff at Chemainus grocery store going above and beyond the call of duty to meet demand

Mount Brenton Golf Club closed until further notice

British Columbia Golf chief executive officer starts the ball rolling

Chemainus Theatre temporarily suspends operations, postpones next two shows

It’s hoped The 39 Steps and Beauty And The Beast can be staged at another time

Public Market grand opening delayed indefinitely

People can check out a virtual opening on Facebook March 28

One of the Island’s most popular thrift shops also shuts its doors due to COVID-19

Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary worries a long closure will mean a dramatic drop in donations

Midget hockey tournament cancellation comes with a silver lining

Cowichan Valley Memorial event moving to Thanksgiving weekend 2020

Long list of events disrupted by COVID-19 around the community

Challenging situation affecting fundraisers, entertainment, sports and more

Chemainus Theatre Festival cancels remaining dates of The Marvelous Wonderettes due to COVID-19

Situation to be reevaluated soon regarding upcoming production of The 39 Steps

Minister and Halalt First Nation chief consult on effects of recent flooding

Community heavily impacted with many damaged and uninhabitable homes

Skating a necessity of life for Ellis in her adult years

Teacher marvels at the commitment of young Fuller Lake Skating Club group

Official opening puts importance of new Chemainus library into perspective

Large crowd packs into the space to celebrate the remarkable addition to downtown

Mom and daughter Taylor-made to skate together

Cassandra Taylor returns to her roots at Fuller Lake Arena as sharp as her youth

Return to work brings some optimism at Chemainus sawmill

Long-time employee Hardy moving on after 35 years at the operation

District ramps up security, counselling in the wake of two Chemainus Secondary fires

RCMP Investigations Section seeking to find out who’s responsible

Crofton water switched to back-up system

Significant break to the main Catalyst system requires changeover without boil water advisory

Robinson celebration of life now at Mellor Hall

Cowichan Exhibition Grounds site picked due to the need for more space

Grand opening of new Chemainus library on March 7

There will be cake, refreshments, a ribbon-cutting ceremony and more