Don Bodger

Swing Shift an enthusiastic collection of professional and amateur musicians

School visits by the band keeping the jazz tradition alive with young people

Two of Chemainus photographer Marston’s images picked among National Geographic’s 2018 elite

Rare double honour from the 36 best Your Shots out of nearly 19,000 photos

Peewee girls fall just short in bronze medal game

Tough loss to Tri-Port Caps a closely-contested hockey tournament

Volunteers clean up debris and repair damage at Chemainus Cemetery

Considerable work goes into restoring the site to its pre-storm condition

Traffic strategy lacks key issues

Overpass installation and rail implementation needed

Atom team cohesion leads to gold and silver medals

Cowichan Valley girls impressive in two hockey tournaments

Crofton students Bring On The Snow after long delay

Winter performance postponed from Dec. 20 finally goes ahead

Small external fire extinguished quickly at Catalyst’s Crofton pulp mill

Fire department called Monday afternoon as part of protocol, but services not needed

Ideal Protein coaches cut from the same cloth

Shared philosophies and goal-setting provide results and direction for clients to lose weight

Canadian junior coach Hunter has connection to Fuller Lake

Calgary team among the visitors to town in a 1976 Midget hockey tournmaent

Students receive a combined $1,235 in literary and poster contest

Chemainus Legion honours Remembrance Day work

Ridge Meadows spoils Cowichan girls’ bid for a second straight tournament title

Captain Svendson leads Bantam hockey team in scoring

Students with class

Recognize anyone from Chemainus Elementary Div. 9 in 1962?

‘Sour outage’ beer commemorates B.C.’s big power outage

Riot Brewery in Chemainus finds a unique way to make the powerful wind storm memorable

German composers featured in Classical Concerts opener for 2019

Manning and Holliston combine their talents for Sunday performance

Weather extremes becoming the norm

People helping each other out makes our communities strong

Mount Brenton Golf course clean-up requires many hands

Volunteers join staff members to work on piling debris

Weight loss a life-changing experience

Vanderbasch closing in on 100-pound mark in less than a year