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Thousands of participants are set to descend on Abbotsford for the 2016 BC Summer Games next month.

Thousands ready for 2016 BC Summer Games

Less than one month until Abbotsford hosts the best young BC athletes

Thousands of participants are set to descend on Abbotsford for the 2016 BC Summer Games next month.

Drought conditions exist despite rain

Water conservation urged in the Cowichan Valley

News Briefs for June 22, 2016

Help unlock $500 K for the BC SPCA

The Last Word for June 15, 2016

June 18, Chemainus Summer Fest Enjoy a pancake breakfast at 8 a.m., a parade at 11 a.m., and kid’s activities from 11:45 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A small town can make big change

Last week the Chronicle ran an item on Page 3 about the Small Town Big Change club at Ladysmith Intermediate School

Ladysmith Secondary students were among the 112 Aboriginal graduates that celebrated high school completion May 26 at a dinner and ceremony held at John Barsby Secondary School in Nanaimo. Over 500 people attended the event

Aboriginal grads celebrated by 500 friends and family

Ladysmith Secondary students were among the 112 Aboriginal graduates that celebrated high school completion May 26

Ladysmith Secondary students were among the 112 Aboriginal graduates that celebrated high school completion May 26 at a dinner and ceremony held at John Barsby Secondary School in Nanaimo. Over 500 people attended the event
Many LSS grads got a financial boost in the form of scholarships from Nanaimo School District Foundation

Grads given a boost with Foundation scholarships

The Ladysmith Secondary class of 2016 includes 61 grads who received a total of $115,750 in scholarships and bursaries

Many LSS grads got a financial boost in the form of scholarships from Nanaimo School District Foundation

RCMP looking for person who shot cat

“Who does this sort of thing, and why?”

N. Cowichan reviews 2015

North Cowichan Council considered progress indicators in its 2015 Annual Report at its Wednesday, June 1 meeting.

One Hundred Women who Care

Hundred Women Who Care give LaFF $10,300 boost

They reached into their wallets and pulled out $100 each to support a cause they agreed on.

One Hundred Women who Care

SD68 ‘needs based budget’ tallies up $4.8 m. shortfall

Says ability to meet student needs eroded by cuts

Moth a long way from home. Victor Voigt found what appears to be an Australian Brown Moth

The Last Word for June 8, 2016

June 12, The Hungarian Cello, Brian Yoon, noon at St. Michale’s Church in Chemainus.

Moth a long way from home. Victor Voigt found what appears to be an Australian Brown Moth
The Ladysmith Senior Secondary School soccer team ‘played their hearts out’ at the Provincial Championships in Campbell River June 2 to 4

LSS Senior Girls leave it all on the field in Provincials play

The Ladysmith Senior Secondary School soccer team ‘played their hearts out’ at the Provincial Championships in Campbell River June 2 to 4

The Ladysmith Senior Secondary School soccer team ‘played their hearts out’ at the Provincial Championships in Campbell River June 2 to 4

News Briefs for June 15, 2016

Lucky winner takes home meat freezer

Seona

Man’s best friend

A border collie and a good Samaritan made for a shortened stay in the woods for a Chemainus senior.

Seona

School site plans put on the table

Twelve single family lots proposed by North Cowichan for old elementary land

Therapeutic Riders celebrate 30th

Inviting ‘everyone’ to its big 30th anniversary party Saturday June 18.

Boat enthusiasts congregated at the Ladysmith Community Marina to admire the more than 20 heritage vessels that visited the harbour from home ports up and down the West Coast. In the crowd were five year old Darian and his aunt Lea Guenette

Ahoy all ye pirates! Your day is coming June 4 in Ladysmith



Boat enthusiasts congregated at the Ladysmith Community Marina to admire the more than 20 heritage vessels that visited the harbour

Boat enthusiasts congregated at the Ladysmith Community Marina to admire the more than 20 heritage vessels that visited the harbour from home ports up and down the West Coast. In the crowd were five year old Darian and his aunt Lea Guenette
Not Barbie

Jarring experiences at Waterfront show

Find out ‘What’s in the Jar’ at the Waterfront Gallery June 4

Not Barbie

Seniors advocate launches survey of B.C. care facilities

Launch of a province-wide survey of 27,000 residents living in 303 publicly-subsidized care facilities in BC.