Don Bodger

Sweet treat helps make workers at Island health care centre feel complete

Girl Guide cookies always in good taste when showing appreciation

Chemainus Theatre temporarily suspends operations, postpones next two shows

It’s hoped The 39 Steps and Beauty And The Beast can be staged at another time

Chemainus Theatre Festival cancels remaining dates of The Marvelous Wonderettes due to COVID-19

Situation to be reevaluated soon regarding upcoming production of The 39 Steps

Skating still a necessity of life for Vancouver Islander now in her middle years

Teacher marvels at the commitment of young Fuller Lake Skating Club group

Small First Nation near Chemainus still in recovery mode after 41 families flooded out

Minister and Halalt First Nation chief consult on effects of recent flooding

Official opening puts importance of new Chemainus library into perspective

Large crowd packs into the space to celebrate the remarkable addition to downtown

Finishing touches being applied to new downtown Chemainus Market

Official grand opening will be on March 28 as excitement builds

Mom and daughter Taylor-made to skate together

Island woman returns to figure skating roots in her mid-30s with her girl

Return to work brings some optimism about WFP-employee relations

Long-time Chemainus sawmill employee leaving happier politics appear to be changing for the better

District ramps up security, counselling in the wake of two Chemainus Secondary fires

RCMP Investigations Section seeking to find out who’s responsible

EDITORIAL: Opioid crisis numbers still too high

Drop from a year ago not enough, so more needs to be done

Island Inked magazine cover hopeful receiving strong local voting support

Chemainus Secondary grad and Ladysmith resident a strong contender for the top prize

One person treated for minor burns in Crofton fire Monday morning

Firefighters were called out at 7 a.m. to a blaze at the Twin Gables Motel

Suspicious fire evacuates Chemainus high school

No one hurt, but classes will also be cancelled Friday due to ongoing investigation and damage

Chemainus woman sets a new standard for 106-year-olds

Active lifestyle includes a trip to Scotland in the works for May

Wonderettes bring the fun while belting out the hits

Four-part harmonies in Chemainus Theatre production sure to be music to your ears

Girl power feeds the Marvelous Wonderettes

Music and story fits for the show opening on Valentine’s Day at the Chemainus Theatre

Canadian basketball legend Bill Robinson dead at 71

Prolific player put Island town on the map and steered the national team at the 1976 Olympics

Chemainus sawmill retirement breakfasts stand the test of time

It’s been 20 years since the first gathering of friends and former co-workers

Rebuild for flooded Vancouver Island farm market well underway

Scars from flood being repaired through a ‘river-ation’ in hope for spring Russell Farms re-opening