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We raise our eyebrows, shake our heads and let out a rueful laugh over a Huffington Post article that declared Chemainus tacky.
The Tour de Rock and the community's response to the Tour inspire us greatly.
Chronicle editor Lindsay Chung lends support to the 'far-reaching' campaigns of the United Way's regional division.
Ladysmith Chronicle reporter Nick Bekolay weighs in on the debate over the future of passenger rail service on Vancouver Island.
Chronicle editor Lindsay Chung reminds readers of the many ways through which they can support the Cops for Cancer tour.
Chronicle editor Lindsay Chung applauds the relocation of the Ladysmith Farmers Market from First Avenue to Transfer Beach Park.
Chronicle editor Lindsay Chung commends community volunteers and service organizations for making our city a better place to live.
The editorial staff at the News Leader Pictorial urge readers to speak up over looming decisions related to waste disposal and development.
Four-year gap between the shooting of Bill Gillespie by RCMP officer David Pompeo and Pompeo's sentencing "beyond ridiculous."
Ladysmith Days is just around the corner, and organizers have planned a lot of exciting new events.
North Oyster resident salutes local homeowners for refusing to install BC Hydro's smart meters.
Bob Devine urges Ladysmith to install a stop sign and speed bumps at Transfer Beach Park to prevent accidents involving children or pets.
Nanaimo RCMP shares guidelines for addressing animals left in parked vehicles.
Strict drinking and driving laws lauded for halving death rate over 30-month period.
The Ladysmith Kinsmen Club is encouraging organizations, groups and businesses to enter the parade on Aug. 3.
Parents and stakeholders in North Oyster and Ladysmith have more time to come up with solutions for their schools.
Ladysmith residents have been vocal about the proposed school changes, and we hope the school board is truly listening.
At the recent Federation of Canadian Municipalities' convention, politicians' message was strikingly similar: fix the funding.
Delaying a decision on a proposed RV park for Transfer Beach could lead to lengthy waits and a loss of tourism revenue.
The Chronicle has introduced a new featured called The Last Word and is hoping to hear about your comings and goings.