Don Bodger

Dr. Henry gets cozy with blanket from Chemainus United Church

Gesture made as a thank you for all her work during the pandemic

Logjams and gravel bars the bane of Chemainus River’s existence

Spawning fish impacted by low channels, residents by flood concerns

Good Samaritan replaces drum set stolen from Chemainus United Church

Theft occurred on either Friday or Saturday night on the long weekend

EDITORIAL: Clean air can’t be taken for granted

Wildfires are a major concern to our daily lives when conditions don’t clear the smoke

Powerful image and words on the pandemic from Island photographer

Our changing world documented as part of a daily project

Driving offenses far too abundant

Our dangerous and congested highway is no place to act foolishly

Island market finally reopens more than seven months after extreme flood

COVID situation lengthened an already long renovation process

Drum set stolen from small community church

Theft occurred on either Friday or Saturday night on the long weekend in Chemainus

Editorial: Parents weighing school options

Back to class in September has never looked anything like this

Vancouver Island trending toward fine September weather

August marked by heavier, but less frequent rain and a typical amount of sunshine

Chemainus Theatre’s Playbill Dining Room reopening

Productions still on hold, but dining room will starting feeding people again Sept. 9

Tire removal in Island bay crucial to crab species survival

Divers sound the alarm about crabs becoming trapped in tires from sunken barges off Chemainus

Adult hockey groups uncertain about breaking the ice with COVID-19 blocking the goal

Late ice slots, no changerooms or outside teams allowed and cost factors all weighing heavily

Adult hockey groups weighing options amid countless COVID restrictions at Island rink

Late ice slots, no changerooms or outside teams allowed and cost factors all weighing heavily

Homeless policies wreaking havoc on communities

Free housing, drugs making matters worse for those living in those neighbourhoods

Mural founder’s project proposal rejected by Society

Chemainus Festival of Murals deems the time isn’t right for such a massive undertaking

Island artist showcases the Essence of the Esses

Skagfeld takes something from all of her life experiences

EDITORIAL: Education on COVID doesn’t stop defiance

Enforcement needs to happen for people not obeying strict rules

Crofton man’s quest for dinosaurs proves to be a costly venture

Flurry of interest sends prices at online auction through the roof

EDITORIAL Pro sports return diverts attention from COVID

Hockey in August has turned out to be very exciting