Don Bodger

NMA Big Band as popular as ever in its 51st year

Another show-stopping performance certain at Osborne Bay Pub Sunday

Police incidents still numerous

Without a detachment here, criminal activity hard to curb

Auspicious start for new North Cowichan mayor

The swearing-in ceremony for the Municipality of North Cowichan a breath of fresh air

Chemainus Fun Run participants spice up their lives

Inaugural Pumpkin Spice event adds a dash of excitement to sunny November day

Country music will be flowing with the beer at Riot Brewing Co.

It’s the perfect mix for an entertaining evening Friday

The Sawdust Shifters

Earliest Chemainus baseball team leaves opponents in the sawdust

The winner takes it all just fine for an election system

Proportional representation brings up more questions than answers

October weather in the Chemainus Valley breaks down into three phases

Longer than usual dry spell countered by payback rain

Chemainus Legion honours fallen vets in advance of Remembrance Day with cemetery service

Solemn ceremony Sunday officiated by Rev. Michael Wimmer

Pumpkin Spice Run draws a crowd for Saturday

New community event in Chemainus generates a response far greater than expected

Wanda Nowicki Quintet puts on a dazzling show

Singer’s sultry actions and sensational voice leave a lasting impression

Dynamic Nova Scotia duo in Chemainus for a Saturday show

Roxeen & Dalrymple coming to St. Michael’s Hall

Touring historic war sites a chance of a lifetime

First impressions are lasting ones for Chemainus’ Woodruff

The Poppy Remembers, an essay by Kaz Bannister

Chemainus Secondary School student makes presentation during Wednesday assembly

Poppy donations hefty for Remembrance Day

Several locations set up around Chemainus to get them

Stop in at Crofton’s Osborne Bay Pub to see Gogo Saturday

Award-winning blues guitarist adds heart, soul and grit to the International blues scene

Thetis Island boys go for the gusto in district cross country racing

First time in many years the small school has entered participants

Thetis project receives a big boost from $250,000 grant

Work on Forbes Hall expansion and upgrade likely to start next spring