Tammy Caruso

Tammy Caruso Photo Some of  Laurie Sheftel’s Kindergarten class at  Palsson Elementary entertain parents at a nursery rhyme performance. From left are Elyssa Sahulka, Kaylen Andersson, Kierra Sauntry, Shyanne Snell and in the back row are Alicia Henderson (in pink shirt) and Esther Heppner.

Palsson hosts nursery rhyme tea

Kindergarten students at Palsson Elementary hosted a Nursery Rhyme Tea

Tammy Caruso Photo Some of  Laurie Sheftel’s Kindergarten class at  Palsson Elementary entertain parents at a nursery rhyme performance. From left are Elyssa Sahulka, Kaylen Andersson, Kierra Sauntry, Shyanne Snell and in the back row are Alicia Henderson (in pink shirt) and Esther Heppner.
Sharon-Ann Dube sits at the computer as she tell the story of the fraudster phone call.

Recognize it, report it, stop it

Local Honeymoon Bay resident Sharon-Ann Dube has been the victim of a recent phone scam involving her computer.

Sharon-Ann Dube sits at the computer as she tell the story of the fraudster phone call.

Beyond recycling: Town considers composting collection

The town council is considering curbside compost pick-up as an option for waste collection in the Lake Cowichan area

Affordable age in place community planned

As the senior population in Lake Cowichan increases, demand continues to rise for affordable housing.

In a round and about way

Proposed Town of Lake Cowichan and Ministry of Transportation’s roundabout site: intersection of North and South Shore Roads.

Town applies for capital projects funding

Town council aims for a green more sustainable community.

Sue Lindstrom and Jean MacGregor, from left, hold manuals for the up-coming Chronic Pain Self-Management clinic in May.

Free chronic pain clinic coming to Lake Cowichan

Free Chronic Pain Self-Management Program on Thursdays beginning April 5 and ending May 10.

Sue Lindstrom and Jean MacGregor, from left, hold manuals for the up-coming Chronic Pain Self-Management clinic in May.

Saying good-bye is never easy:United Church Thrift Shop closing in May

United Church Thrift Shop that is slated to close in May after being open for more than 15 years.

The Town of Lake Cowichan has initiated legal proceedings against the owners of this property:  393 Point Ideal Drive.

Legal proceeding initiated against property owner

The Town of Lake Cowichan has initiated legal proceedings against the owners of this property: 393 Point Ideal Drive

The Town of Lake Cowichan has initiated legal proceedings against the owners of this property:  393 Point Ideal Drive.
Lana Bowery (Lanamal), Cedar Davies (Scooby Doo), Monica Arthurs (Angel of Death), Melissa Hahn (Southern Smashed Brutality), Rhiannon Ferris (Ruby Road Rash), Kiaya Textor (Lil’ Miss Attitude), Treena Textor (Textor Tornado),  take a moment before practising their roller derby skills at Youbou Community Hall.

Ladies derby rolling into Cowichan Lake

Lake Cowichan is embarking on what is becoming a once again popular sport in the world.

Lana Bowery (Lanamal), Cedar Davies (Scooby Doo), Monica Arthurs (Angel of Death), Melissa Hahn (Southern Smashed Brutality), Rhiannon Ferris (Ruby Road Rash), Kiaya Textor (Lil’ Miss Attitude), Treena Textor (Textor Tornado),  take a moment before practising their roller derby skills at Youbou Community Hall.
Lorna Vomacka, manager of Lake Cowichan Furniture store, stands beside some of the 8 appliances slated for recycling at the LCSS Greenhouse Project fund-raiser.

Fundraising with everything metal including the kitchen sink

The metal fund-raiser for the Greenhouse Project at Lake Cowichan Secondary School is fast approaching

Lorna Vomacka, manager of Lake Cowichan Furniture store, stands beside some of the 8 appliances slated for recycling at the LCSS Greenhouse Project fund-raiser.

Seniors’ Round Table well attended

Member of Parliament, Jean Crowder, was joined by many local seniors and residents

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