Ladysmith News Staff

Town of Ladysmith snow removal crews prepared to respond to overnight snowfall

10 to 15 centimetres of snow are expected for Ladysmith overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning

LETTER: Development and improvement aren’t synonymous

Letter writer expresses concern on Belaire Street development

Croatian miners of old Ladysmith

A history of Ladysmith’s Croatian miners

PHOTOS: Old Time Christmas 2019

Friday, December 6 was Ladysmith’s Old Time Christmas. Here are some of the highlights from the night

Ladysmith wins ‘Brownie’ Reach Out award for communication of Waterfront Plan

The Town of Ladysmith has received national recognition for the successful public…

Ladysmith Steelers finish third in B.C. at BCCFA provincial tournament

This is the first time any Ladysmith football team has made it to provincials

Town of Ladysmith water testing confirms safety of drinking water

The Town has increased the frequency of lead and heavy metal testing in the local water supply

Re: What Don Cherry said was racist, and here’s why

Letter writer responds to editorial on Don Cherry’s controversial comments

LETTERS: RE Present day colonialism on display at LDHS fundraiser

Letter writer responds to last week’s letter on colonialism at LDHS salmon dinner

Town of Ladysmith economic progress report

The Town highlights economic development achievements over the past 12 months

LETTERS: Present day colonialism on display at LDHS fundraiser

Letter writer expresses concerns over LDHS salmon dinner

LSS in need of host families for visiting Japanese students

Students from Japan will come to Ladysmith to enjoy holiday festivities for one weekend in December

Ladysmith Healthcare Auxillary hosts volunteer fair

Fun and education were at the heart of the LHA’s second annual Volunteer Recruitment Fair last Sunday

Ladysmith Historical Society sees big turnout for salmon dinner fundraiser

Over 200 people attended the event held as a fundraiser to support the Society

New Ladysmith Kinsmen executives sworn in

It was the local organization’s 67th annual installation of officers

Town progresses toward reopening the road at 4th Avenue and Rocky Creek

Work on the new culvert at 4th Avenue and Rocky Creek is getting closer to completion

Rotary golf tournament raises $15,000 for community projects

Eighty six golfers participated at the Annual Rotary Golf Tournament held at Mount Brenton Golf Club

First Avenue bollard construction will take place throughout September

Downtown businesses will remain open during the installation

Area H director Mary Marcotte takes six-month leave of absence

Marcotte’s alternate, Colin Haime will handle day-to-day operations for Area H residents

Chuck Perrin and Josh Sikora still missed after 25 years

A memorial to Chuck Perrin and Josh Sikora in columns and letters