Terry Farrell

Rescue crews prepare to escort a group of stranded travellers on the Lougheed Highway near Agassiz (Photo/Vancouver Fire Rescue Services)

VIDEO: CFB Comox 442 Squadron recaps B.C. flood rescue mission

The Royal Canadian Air Force has released a video interview with warrant…

Rescue crews prepare to escort a group of stranded travellers on the Lougheed Highway near Agassiz (Photo/Vancouver Fire Rescue Services)
Cumberland musician and producer Corwin Fox can now add ‘published author’ to his resumé, after the release of his book of one-sentence stories, Kill Love. Photo by Terry Farrell

To make a long story short: B.C. musician publishes book of one-sentence stories

Cumberland musician and producer Corwin Fox adds ‘published author’ to his portfolio

Cumberland musician and producer Corwin Fox can now add ‘published author’ to his resumé, after the release of his book of one-sentence stories, Kill Love. Photo by Terry Farrell
Janet O’Dell is a death doula, offering her services in the Comox Valley via her website, dynamicjourneydoula.ca
Janet O’Dell is a death doula, offering her services in the Comox Valley via her website, dynamicjourneydoula.ca

B.C. death doula’s mission is to transform how we think and talk about death

‘There is such a thing as a good death - if you plan for it’

Janet O’Dell is a death doula, offering her services in the Comox Valley via her website, dynamicjourneydoula.ca
Janet O’Dell is a death doula, offering her services in the Comox Valley via her website, dynamicjourneydoula.ca

Courtenay city staff, RCMP clear out encampment at city hall

The Comox Valley RCMP and City of Courtenay officials were seen dismantling a small homeless encampment next to Courtenay City Hall Wednesday morning.

Comox Valley Record reporter up for a Jack Webster Award

Erin Haluschak named a finalist for Excellence in Diversity & Inclusion Reporting

Courtenay business selling glass orange hearts as fundraiser for residential school survivors

When downtown Courtenay business owner Sheila Toni first heard the news about the discovery of a burial site with 215 children on the Kamloops Indian Residential School, she was heartbroken.

Comox resident pens an autobiographical account of Saskatchewan power development

Comox resident Armand Aden has published a book about his time building the electric infrastructure for the province of Saskatchewan.

Comox Valley business named International Cidermaker of the Year 2021

Local cider producer George Ehrler is over the moon with the results of this year's Annual Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition.

COMMEN-TERRY: It’s too soon to consider eliminating petrol at service stations

On Monday, Aug. 9, the Comox Valley Regional District's Electoral Services Committee passed a motion put forth by Area A director Daniel Arbour, requesting a staff report on the feasibility of restricting gas sales at automotive service stations.

CVRD passes motion to explore the elimination of petroleum-derived fuels at gas stations

Daniel Arbour wants region to give new vehicle fuels edge over petroleum

Comox Valley muralist adding colour to new Lake Trail School

Kelly Everill has returned to where it all began.

Courtenay athlete finishes third at Canada’s Strongest Man

Sean Hayes finishes third in first-ever professional competition

PHOTOS: Humpbacks put on a show for visitors to the Comox Valley

Whale watching tour leaves participants in awe

Firefighters extinguish small fire at Millard Nature Park in Courtenay

Members of the Courtenay Fire Department responded to a call from the Millard Nature Park in south Courtenay, as remnants from a Saturday night fire at a homeless encampment threaten to ignite the forest.

Courtenay gallery donating portion of commissions to Comox Valley Transition Society

25% of commissions until Aug. 13 to go to Lilli House

Derelict boats being collected in the Comox Valley area

Deat Boats Disposal Society members are making a Comox valley run, clearing the sea and shores of as many derelict boats as they can find, and they are encouraging the public to reach out.

Doctor shortage reaching critical point in the Comox Valley

Division of Family Practice working with the province to address current doctor shortage

Investigation underway to determine whether RCMP was responsible for MVI near Courtenay

Vehicle took out power pole at a sharp turn on Headquarters Road

Comox Valley’s Three Legged Dog Productions staging the Filberg Summer Series

Three Legged Dog Productions will be entertaining folks on the Comox Rotary Stage at Filberg Park this summer.