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Members of the Ladysmith-Chemainus Orcas Swim Club earned new club records and best times at three May swim meets.
CSS students shared their future plans and passions with judges as they vied for Cowichan Valley School District scholarships May 31.
Parents and PAC leaders concerned over an alleged lack of transparency at the heart of SD68's public consultations as deadline nears.
Ladysmith Mayor Rob Hutchins and Couverdon's Frank Limshue field questions and comments from residents of neighbouring communities May 30.
A breakdown of Nanaimo-North Cowichan votes according to Elections BC's official final count published Wendesday, May 29.
Captain Jack Sparrow and crew invaded downtown Ladysmith this afternoon to promote Ladysmith Kids' Pirate Day.
Project REEL Life is accepting youth documentary-style digital media projects and plans to hold a festival June 19.
Alle-Kopas joined by all-star cast of talented Ladysmith teens for community's first hip hop show at FJCC Friday night.
Residents of North Oyster and Diamond leery of proposed residential development's potential impacts on their rural way of life.
Artwork produced by local students will grace the walls of the Waterfront Gallery June 1-16.
The Ladysmith Secondary School student who earned two firsts at the Island Championships is our Athlete of the Month.
Mill operator Mike Gogo describes Hein as 'hard-working,' offers $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.
Local landowner proposes an open-air market for Saltair. The unique concept will transform the development into 'a destination spot.'
Illegal fires and attempt to burn live tree at Heart Lake draws fire-risk warning from Ladysmith Fire Chief Ray Delcourt.
The Sparks promoted the Ladysmith Rotary Garden Tour, Show and Sale by handing out carnations at Coronation Mall Saturday, May 18.
Sixteen-year-old Aidean Alle-Kopas will headline Ladysmith's first ever hip hop show at Frank Jameson Community Centre Friday night.
Here's a recap of Election BC's initial vote count for the electoral district of Nanaimo-North Cowichan.
RCMP investigators and the B.C. Coroners Service are investigating the death of Yellow Point resident Kenneth Benjamin Hein.
At least 10-12 cyclists are expected to complete the 1,500-kilometre Eau de Hell marathon cycling series this week.
The death of 76-year-old Yellow Point resident Kenneth Hein ruled a homicide by investigators.