Don Bodger

June rainfall on Thetis Island well above average

Last year’s total of 17.5 mm in June a drop in the bucket compared to this year’s 50.3 mm

Extension given for Cowichan region homeless tenting sites

Meeting with BC Housing to determine the next step

Coronavirus limits the right medicine

Opening up the economy a risk with cases overall still not under control

La Petite Auction House makes the switch to retail consignment store

Pricing items becomes the norm over taking in-person bids

Historical moment

Lewisville Pub, a.k.a. Green Lantern, a landmark in Chemainus

Community pride always showed in Mansueti’s work

Retirement reflections revolve around so many projects and successes

Direct mail delivery to Penelakut Island a big benefit for residents

Service that started in mid-March has especially been appreciated since pandemic restrictions

Archie’s lets the good times roll

Blast from the past at new diner in the Chemainus Public Market

Saying goodbye to a beloved principal not easy

Many memories in four years at Crofton Elementary for Calverley

Major and subject awards given out in a different fashion

No assembly to recognize the winners at Chemainus Secondary this year

Chemainus Health Care Auxiliary Thrift Shop reopening July 2

Customers need to be aware of many stipulations in place

Contract awarded for second stage of Chemainus Road Corridor Upgrade

Milestone Equipment Contracting Inc. of Nanaimo will be providing the finishing touches

Backward method for a loan approval

Using the AAP that requires a response from opponents drawing public ire

Group forms in opposition to spending on new RCMP building

Flaws in the voting process identified by North Cowichan residents

Sending notices by ad mail rather than letter mail part of flawed AAP

Many questions loom as deadline for submissions on police building objections fast approaches

A Cut Above

Tree-topper goes to new heights to get the job done

Rotary reinvents Summer Fest amid COVID-19 pandemic

Different events could be added on a regular basis with more volunteers

Chemainus Secondary grads cash in on scholarship and bursary money

Community members not able to make presentations in person, but it’s the thought that counts

Canada Day still being celebrated in Chemainus but differently

Get submissions ready for a chance to win and make some noise

Chemainus Museum reopening on Canada Day

Old entrance will be utilized to keep everyone safe