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Junior girls: team looks strong and deep this year
New honour: Cowichan Lake’s best-known athlete is very excited to be the newest member of the B.C. Sports Hall of Fame
Marg Radcliffe: Eight medals in B.C. Seniors Games whets appetite for trip to Brazil for another crack at the worlds
Cops For Cancer: Son celebrating five years cancer-free
November targeted: Crowd gets to hear what a nurse practitioner can do as more feedback collected
Minister cites costs in reversal: Fired trustee says the election should have been held a year ago
Family fun in Youbou: Pancake breakfast, parade and races planned for Saturday, August 10
Cleanup crew: The fifth annual Cowichan River cleanup and bottle drive takes place Saturday, August 17.
Youbou truck wash: Area I director Pat Weaver hopes the truck wash will be up and running by September
Centenarian-to-be Helen Pellerin danced late into the night with family and friends to celebrate her 100th year.
Travel funding sought through VIHA: Trio ready to open walk-in facility on a part-time basis in September
Overal health mandate: Community committee receives grant, changes its mission statement
Chemainus Secondary School grad class is small in size but big in spirit
Ladysmith RCMP Staff Sgt. promoted to new West Shore position
SD68's proposed plan would see school closed in June 2014
Fundraising concerts take place every Sunday at 6 in the Park at Transfer Beach
Bruce Mason reflects on the history of Ladysmith Little Theatre after signing mortgage papers to purchase the theatre building.
There will be a pancake breakfast, live music and a parade at Chemainus Summer Fest Saturday, June 22.