Don Bodger

Successful end to search for kayakers along the Chemainus River

Father and son located tired and cold, but otherwise OK

Death of famed Penelakut artist Modeste mourned

World famous carving talents began at Chemainus Secondary School

Warm reception for new Chemainus library on a cool day

Customers in awe of the building’s wonderful atmosphere and extensive resources

Sun poked through on only one day in December

Gloomy weather continued into January for the Chemainus area

Bodger: Do we really need more slow-motion selfies?

These so-called advances aren’t really advances at all

Fears of killer robots, metal trees found in B.C. man’s 1999 time capsule

Family, friends reacquaint themselves with items tucked away before Y2K scare

Predictions of killer robots, metal trees among contents of 20-year-old time capsule

Vancouver Island family, friends reacquaint themselves with items tucked away before Y2K scare

Chemainus author discovers his roots in research for book

Chemainus’ Masters and son visit England for a dual purpose to put historical work into perspective

Chemainus plane crash victim remembered

Extended family for Katheryn Boudreau included St. Joseph’s Art Studios

New Chemainus library opens to the public early next month

Finishing touches being applied to beautiful downtown building

Russell clan finds a comfort zone in Chemainus

Big family finding a new home in small town Vancouver

Editorial: Support for strikers keeping the faith binds community

Donations making a difference as labour dispute drags on

Strike taking a toll on families of WFP workers with Christmas approaching

Vancouver Islanders rally to provide assistance through grassroots charity campaigns

Six outstanding Indigenous Island athletes receive prestigious award

Vancouver Island honours recipients of Premier’s Awards for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport

How family Hope the dog with the gift of life

Search efforts of Penelakut Island trio pays off with midnight discovery

Striking WFP workers don’t expect an end any time soon

Concessions, morale more concerning than wages, say employees from the Chemainus picket line

Editorial: Brainless drivers ignoring bus lights, signs

Consequences need to be harsher for those ignoring schoolbus safety regulations

Miracle workers tell classic tale of Christmas on Chemainus stage

Miracle on 34th Street brings the magic of the season to life at Chemainus Theatre

Carbon monoxide poisoning incident brings dangers of the gas to light

Island community adult and child go to hospital for treatment

Vancouver Island south Asian sports pioneer honoured

Duncan-raised hockey named to the BC Sport Hall of Fame