Don Bodger

Going with the flow in River Tales

Crofton author documents many interesting experiences from her time on the Cowichan River

Island pickleball players perfectly prepared

Top-notch action at Fuller Lake Park in singles, doubles and mixed doubles

Dormant Chemainus Foods building soon to be revived

Market expected to bring new life to the downtown core

Charity the name of the game for Crofton slo-pitch tournament participants

Crofton Fire Department event benefits three recipients

Cubans blending onto baseball team to continue playing

Extended game schedule happening around the Island until the end of August

Familiar cast members create another magical experience at the Chemainus Theatre

The Magician’s Nephew precedes previous The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe adventures

Summer sounds will be heard Friday in Crofton

Blues vocalist accompanied on stage by Doug Blondeau and The Third Degree

Chemainus, Crofton welcome thousands to two events

Giant Street Market and B.C. Bike Race pack both communities

Chemainus Valley’s summer hasn’t started in typical fashion

Sunshine not happening regularly since the solstice in June

Flyers Junior B hockey program chosen for Wall of Fame induction

Team’s tenure made Fuller Lake Arena a happening place for a decade

Strike action commences at WFP mills

Union sets up picket lines Monday after issuing 72-hour notice Friday

Chemainus Secondary scholarship and bursary winners

Class of 2019 combines for a huge haul of $85,000 from community organizations and groups

Doing his Best for ALS

Mount Brenton Golf Club pro tests the limits in golfathon fundraiser

Strong support for Legion Week

Legions of people turn out for Chemainus branch open house

Motorcycle accident closes Osborne Bay Road

Tuesday afternoon incident results in critical injuries

Strike vote results from WFP mills pending

Company and union far apart in negotiations that affect local mills

Bitcoin and cryptocurrency scams targeting the most vulnerable

Safely navigating a new type of gold rush frontier

Community groups make a large amount of money available to Chemainus grads

Scholarships and bursaries for class members for post-secondary total $85,000

Chemainus Secondary grads embark on a new journey

Friday ceremony a time to reflect on the past, look forward to the future

Driver of stolen vehicle caught after fleeing accident scene in Chemainus

Section of Chemainus Road closed until suspect located and eventually taken into custody