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Creditor vote that saved Catalyst Paper from a bankruptcy selloff brings some optimism to Cowichan community.
Legion Week pays tribute to the charitable and volunteer work of the Legion.
In Ladysmith, there’s no doubt we are very lucky to be so close to the ocean, and World Oceans Day is a reminder of that.
Grads, learn from the community-building opportunities you've had in high school and don't be afraid to seek them out after graduation.
Thank you and congratulations to the Ladysmith and District Historical Society for opening the Ladysmith Museum.
Heading into a busy weekend filled with fun, family activities organized by volunteers, we thank the people who give so much of their time.
There's no better place than Ladysmith and Chemainus to celebrate National Volunteer Week.
Journalism is changing to become more social and participatory.
Barry O'Neill's recent presentation about the 10 per cent shift was inspiring.
The Chronicle is a finalist for Best All-Round Newspaper in our circulation class in the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards.
An editorial from the Cowichan News Leader Pictorial regarding the contract dispute between the BCTF and provincial government.
Our new web calendar is easier to use and has new features to help you share your events.
Editorial about the Pink Shirt Day campaign against bullying.
We think that the best love stories are, in fact, not in Hollywood but in our own backyard.
There are lots of reasons why Ladysmith is a great place.
There’s no question the newspaper industry is changing — and we're going to work hard to improve our website.
The stories and people of the past can inspire and educate us.
The relationship between assessment notices and property taxes can be confusing.
Help build community spirit by nominating your peers for the Spirit of Ladysmith Community Awards.
As we start a new year, the Chronicle wants to hear your stories.