Andrea Rondeau

Top 5 List: Favourite spring flowers

Here are our favourites, what are yours?

Andrea Rondeau column: Defending the local government

Sometimes folks tend to like to shoot the messenger

Cobble Hill Seedy Saturday draws huge crowd

This year, organizers doubled the number of vendors at the event

Andrea Rondeau column: Persistence makes scams seem more plausible

When laid out in the newspaper, the scams seem so obvious. How do they make any money?

Cowichan Secondary splitting into two separate schools

Starting next fall Cowichan Secondary School students will no longer have two campuses in Duncan.

Official calls Duncan animal cruelty case one of worst she’s ever seen

BC SPCA special constables seized the emaciated, chained dog in critical distress on Feb. 16.

SPCA official calls Vancouver Island animal cruelty case one of worst she’s ever seen

SPCA special constables seized the emaciated, chained dog in critical distress on Feb. 16 in Duncan.

Andrea Rondeau column: The new world of cyberbullying

There’s a sense of anonymity online that makes people feel sheltered behind their screen.

Column: Olympics dominate the Citizen water cooler

I have the red mittens with the maple leaf on them from Vancouver 2010.

Trio invites Valley to chamber music afternoon

On Sunday, Feb. 11 a trio takes on a quartet at Duncan United Church.

Column: Right or not, letters your chance to have your say

The operator of the hot dog stand at Canadian Tire is all perfectly legal, business licence and all

Column: Headlines designed to make you read, also give the right impression

So how do we decide what the headline for a story is going to be?

Column: Don’t expect objectivity from columns

Columns are the opportunity for our reporters and contributors to express what they think and feel

Tal Bachman, Lance Lapointe head to Duncan Brew Pub with Hometown Hockey

The event includes prizes and a silent auction, with all proceeds going to support KidSport Cowichan

Column: Why the newspaper calls when tragedy strikes

I think many people don’t understand why we do this.

Car rolls off Highway 18 in slick conditions

Ambulance and fire personnel were called to the scene.

Column: Include SAR in new operations centre

Why the CVRD can’t incorporate Cowichan Search and Rescue into such a centre is baffling.

Year in Review: New faces and goodbyes in 2017

War veteran 94-year-old George Brewster headed to Dieppe, France in 2017, to…

Year in Review: Politics, health and more made headlines in 2017

The year began with a fight within the provincial NDP. Cowichan’s Georgia…