Don Bodger

We’ve given up so much during pandemic isolation, but we’re not alone

Chemainus counsellor/therapist offers recommendations, advice for dealing with a new normal

Chemainus Theatre Festival cancels remainder of 2020 season

COVID-19 restrictions likely to linger longer for the theatre industry, leaving no other alternative

Mission accomplished for Chemainus Rotarians in Guatemala in the pre-COVID-19 world

House construction, gas stoves, shoes and nutrition efforts a boost to residents

Kin Beach picnic shelter being built

Joint project between Chemainus Rotary Club and the Municipality of North Cowichan

Numerous incidents during high winds prompt police to make safe driving recommendations

Incidents in the Chemainus area particularly dangerous on April 25

Busy Monday afternoon for Chemainus Fire Department

Calls come in for a cold chimney fire and an accident at Henry Road

Long April dry spell part of three phases to the month

Rainy last few days a boost, but precipitation total still below normal

Colour coded

Cottages on Willow features colourful fronts

Uncertainty about a return to normal

It’s just not clear what’s the right time to lift restrictions

CATastrophe seeks to maintain cat colony food chain despite fundraiser cancellation

Importance has never been greater for public help with food and cash donations

Rotary Bottle Drop-Off site opens for charity

Refundables can be taken in from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays

Ancient Times

We’re not talking about the broadcasters, it’s the T-Rex that joined Takeout Tuesday in Chemainus

Rapid Westholme flood leaves long-term scars

Waters subsided in short order, but painstaking rebuilding continues for one couple and neighbours

Spring cleaning on Chemainus murals

Work gets done during minimal crowds from COVID-19

Small businesses hit hard by crisis

Chemainus residents can help shape the future with local support

Chemainus Rotary SummerFest celebrations also grounded by COVID-19

Planning would have been well underway by now for June 20 community event taken off the schedule

Education looks different but learning continues under a new model

Children of Essential Service Workers a top priority

COVID-19 results in cancellation of entire Chemainus Valley Cultural Arts Society summer program

All major festivals and Music in the Park series events affected through the end of August

North Cowichan could bring tax increase down to zero

Present hourly rate of pay for a refuse packer operator is $32.79 per hour

Pro volleyball stint in Austria an amazing experience for Chemainus product

Player’s time cut short by COVID-19 but not before enjoying many friendships and memories