Sarah Simpson

Cowichan recreation facilities close doors amid coronavirus precations

North Cowichan Mayor Al Siebring expects the closures to be indefinite.

Attack on Cowichan Valley sewer project a first for regional district

Premeditated pickaxe vandalism on Mesachie Lake upgrade comes at undisclosed ‘substantial’ cost

Better options for Lake Cowichan curling rink than curling, resident says

I believe I heard last year the numbers were down 20 per cent

Sarah Simpson: King of the blood donations, Robin makes it to 150

Duncan man has been donating since he was 17

Coronavirus cancels all international school trips for Cowichan students

Frances Kelsey students’ London trip grounded

Cowichan Valley Regional District requests rainstorm, flood photos via online tool

Officials want to know more about how that type of event impacted the region as a whole.

Information scarce after three homicides in a month in Duncan

Nellie Williams, Fran Shurie and an unidentified third person all victims of recent homicides

Cowichan’s state of emergency remains as flood damage reckoning begins

Cowichan Tribes Chief William Seymour called the situation on the reserve “terrible”.

Fundraiser created for popular Vancouver Island farm market overrun with water

GoFundMe campaign set up for Russell Farms Market following flood

UPDATED 1 p.m.: State of emergency declared for Cowichan Valley after heavy rain, flooding

Emergency reception centre set up at Cowichan Community Centre

RCMP, Search and Rescue volunteers seeking man last seen in Cowichan River

Ethan Sampson, 28, was last seen Thursday night in the fast-moving waters of the Cowichan River

100 years of adventure for Duncan’s Sylvia Peecock

A life of sod homes, fleeing bears and climbing mountains kept Sylvia spry

Provincial program aims to keep Vancouver Island hazelnuts growing

The goal is to replace trees and establish new orchards with disease-resistant varieties

Preliminary inquiry dates set in Duncan murder case

Daniel Coogan charged in the 2019 death of his brother, Finn

One year later: Theo the giant pig settling into Sahtlam sanctuary

“He’s doing really well, lost quite a few pounds and can run now.”

Police suspect foul play in Cowichan death

Man, 53, dies after reported assault early Monday

Snow-buried south Vancouver Island residents urged to stay home

Schools out after heavy snowfall buries the Island’s southeast coast overnight

Overcrowded Cowichan hospital less bursting than previous year

Hospital one of 50 running over capacity as replacement slated for 2024 completion