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The Gryphon's Lair is donating proceeds from Aug. 23 food purchases to North Oyster Elementary School to reinstate a hot lunch program.
A huge garage sale July 28 in Ladysmith raised $3,100 for the family of Jaedyn Amann.
Twelve-year-old Isaac Rowland takes his realistic-looking eagle kite out on a sunny summer afternoon.
Elfsong is performing this Sunday at 6 p.m. at Ladysmith's Transfer Beach Amphitheatre for the fifth installment of Concerts in the Park.
Ladysmith residents are mourning the loss of Jim Williams, who was known for sharing his stories, jokes and Werther's Original candies.
University students shared the gift of dental health during free clinics at the H'ulh-etun Health Society in Chemainus.
Ladysmith rugby player is canvassing local businesses to raise funds to travel to the U18 national rugby championships in Quebec.
Community members continue to rally around a family who lost their five-year-old daughter, holding a garage sale and beer and burger night.
Ladysmith swimmer Faith Knelson won two golds, one silver and a bronze at the AAA provincial championships.
The Western Purple Martin Foundation is hosting a Purple Martin Open House at the Ladysmith Maritime Society Community Marina Sunday.
An 18-hour golf-a-thon held at Mount Brenton Golf Course netted $1,871.30 for the ALS Society of BC.
This year’s Brits on the Beach car show July 15 at Transfer Beach in Ladysmith attracted its largest crowd ever.
The Cedar Farmers Market had a circus theme on July 15.
The first Stz'uminus Canoe Festival takes place this weekend at Kulleet Bay.
The Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society hosted the Chemainus Bluegrass Festival July 14 and 15.
Tyler Davis of Ladysmith is following in his family's footsteps by taking trades training at Vancouver Island University.
B.C.’s best fastball teams battled it out in Cedar this past weekend during Softball B.C.’s Senior Men’s Championships.
Five Ladysmith area residents are participating in the BC Summer Games this week in Surrey.
A petition is circulating to promote building the library on Willow Street, not the parking lot of Waterwheel Park.
Five Ladysmith area residents are ready to give it their all at the BC Summer Games in Surrey.