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Hollywood comes to Sooke
Sooke's Prestige hotel gets starring role in made-for-TV movie
Sooke Fastball Club takes keen interest in play field vote
Many sport clubs are looking closely as to what will be developed in the coming years.
Park watch program provides peace of mind to locals, tourists
Patrols in parks begin during the May long weekend and run through June every weekend.
COLUMN: A little planning goes a long. long way
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but you gotta start planning sometime.
Burning smell prompts evacuation at EMCS
Students and staff were evacuated after a burning rubber smell was noticed throughout the school.
‘Booze-less blues’ concert changes rhythm
Sooke musician Phil Rossner wants to change the tune to how we perceive blues music.
Rotary auction comes with community spirit
Spanning into 70 booths, more than 700 items, the all-day event could be the biggest auction yet in Sooke.
Horseshoe pits nearing completion
The horseshoe pitches, located at Sooke River Road Park, are expected to open by mid-May
Vigilantism linked to arson in north Sooke
Sooke RCMP are investigating a Molotov cocktail attack near Robinson and Otter Point roads early Saturday.
Waking black bears in search of food
Wild Wise Sooke reports first bear sighting of the year
Sooke MP plays down leadership bid
Randall Garrison has high regard for outgoing leader Tom Mulcair
Local musician sings tales of heart, life
Katrina Kadoski will warm your soul with captivating music this Sunday.
Baylis leaving Sooke RCMP
Mountie promoted to sergeant and transferring to Penticton.
Community spirit triumphs Sooke boy’s cancer
Baby Jordan Robinson has recovered from leukemia following a year-long battle with the disease.
Seahawks return to home turf
With fresh spirit and a home field to play on, the Seahawks are poised for
a successful season
Slew of thefts from unlocked vehicles puts local RCMP on edge
Owners could face fines if they continue leaving their vehicles unlocked, police say.
Open houses for recreation vote begin Monday
SEAPARC hopes to buy former DeMamiel Creek Executive Golf Course for $1 million
COUNCIL BRIEFS: District approves land purchase
Police probe mischief complaints; reserve fund for playing fields; more sidewalks
Port Renfrew Marina construction ready to begin
Pacific Gateway Marina in Port Renfrew is expected to open this summer with a capacity to hold 60 permanent boats.
Man, woman, stalked by cougar in Sooke Hills
The encounters happened a week apart and one kilometer within each other, said conservation authorities.