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Chemainus senior turns heads by turning 85 on a zip line

High-flying adventure on the priority list for birthday celebration

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

Our local firefighters: heroes on call

Ladysmith Fire Rescue and North Oyster Fire Department are comprised of volunteer firefighters

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Central Island Conservation Service says no more warnings for people who leave out bear attractants

Under the Wildlife Act of B.C. people are required to secure all wildlife attractants or face fines

Nanaimo-Ladysmith candidates joust over access to healthcare and economic priorities

The candidates met Wednesday night for a debate at the Aggie Hall in Ladysmith

One final candidate added to the ballot in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

Echo White, an independent, says she would be a ‘promise-keeper’ in Parliament

Owners of the Traveller’s Hotel hope to break ground in summer 2020

The Roethe family is hard at work to reopen the Traveller’s Hotel to the public

Proposed outdoor cannabis farm faces opposition from Cedar residents

The residents held a meeting at the Cedar Community Hall to address those concerns Tuesday night

PHOTOS: Tour de Rock rolls through Ladysmith

Ladysmith raised over $30,000 for Cops for Cancer

Communist candidate on the ballot in Nanaimo-Ladysmith

VIU student James Chumsa running for Communist Party of Canada

VIDEO: Yellowpoint Farms offers fall family goat walks

The goat walks will give people the chance to see 40 Nigerian Dwarf goats up close and personal

Nanaimo-Ladysmith candidates keep climate at forefront of first debate

Five candidates attend first debate at VIU’s Malaspina Theatre

More than 70 handed lay-off notices at Crofton mill

Weak markets and high costs of wood chips cited as reasons

Candidate corner: Cowichan hopefuls talk economic development

Party perspectives given for voters in advance of Oct. 21 election

Cowichan Tribes votes to adopt land code

Gives First Nation more control over land and resources

Earth Guardians leading the rally for youth voices to be heard on climate change

Two local girls prominent on the crew involved in Friday strike in Duncan