Dawn Gibson

From wet noodle to Killer bee

Sooke reporter reflects on four month boxing challenge

Armed man invades Sooke home

Police respond to early morning robbery

Upgrades coming to Todd Creek Trestle

$1.2-million project not expected to be finished until end of 2018

George Wade honoured by Victoria Auto Racing Hall of Fame

Former Jordan River resident began racing at age 16

Clean up creates grave problems at Sooke cemetery

Family upset after mementos destroyed after spring maintenance

New Otter Point pot dispensary at risk of closure: RCMP

CRD leaves future of store in hands of RCMP

Health officials seek same bylaw as tobacco for vaping and pot smoking

CRD to discuss issue at Wednesday’s meeting

Sooke News Mirror readers dispute appropriate voting age

A proposal to lower the voting age to 16 in Canada has…

Stolen East Sooke puppies returned

Plight of other Sooke Region animals good and bad

Group calls for limited access to backcountry roads near Jordan River

Victoria Fish and Game Protective Association says closures would limit misuse of woods

Reporter takes chances in the ring

Punch to the face brings out the ‘Killer’ within

Ruby coming ‘home’ to Sooke on Thursday

Sooke couple rescues dog from Aruba

Target shooting under scrutiny at Jordan River

Shooters using everything from ‘machine guns’ to shotguns – and making a mess

Sooke couple seeks to rescue Aruban street dog

Brian Rundle flew back to Aruba Friday to bring “Ruby” home

Beloved Vancouver Island maestro dead at 86

Norman Nelson founded the Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra

Another BC kid given expensive medicine denied Sooke boy

Jillian Lanthier ‘prays’ for $19,000 per-dose drug for her son

‘Construction on Sooke Road going well’ – Transportation Ministry

Ministry asks that drivers obey traffic control personnel and watch out for workers

Cyberbullying weighs heavily on young people

Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday

Two men attempt robbery at Sooke McDonalds

A McDonalds clerk is OK after literally being put on ice during…

Foot found on Vancouver Island belongs to deceased Washington man

B.C. Coroners say no foul play suspected