James Goldie

New Cowichan Lake Olson Manor directors promise changes

Olson Manor, on the corner of King George and South Shore Road, was the first of its kind in Lake Cowichan when it was built

Two fires claim two Cowichan Valley homes in two days

Dwellings in Youbou and Skutz Falls were destroyed by flames

Youbou home destroyed by fire

One woman is safe following a house fire in Youbou yesterday although the home itself has been destroyed.

Biggest snowfall in three years hits Cowichan

Residents of the Cowichan Valley woke up Monday morning to more snow than they've seen in a long time

Minister visits Cowichan Valley Buy Local fund recipients

Last Friday Minister of Agriculture Norm Letnick visited Averill Creek Vineyard

Cowichan Valley Knights breakfast comes with cheques

The Knights of Columbus in Duncan are hosting a special breakfast this weekend and they hope everyone can come out

Car takes out pillar at Duncan Romeo’s; restaurant remains open

Management and staff of Romeo's restaurant in Duncan had a rude awakening Thursday morning

RCMP probing deer shooting dangerously near homes

Authorities are on the lookout for a hunter who broke the law and potentially endangered lives in a residential area in Lake Cowichan.

‘The Regifters’ pairs laughs with heart

The play follows the stories of three dysfunctional couples and a curious gift that ends up passed from one to the other.

Cowichan Valley’s most famous golfer Dawn Coe-Jones dies at 56

Dawn Coe-Jones, the professional golfer from Lake Cowichan, has died after a months-long battle with cancer.

Ready to enjoy an extra hour of sleep Sunday?

This coming Sunday, Nov. 6, prepare to gift yourself a whole extra hour of sleep

Poached elk meat from Youbou may be danger to eat

Area residents are disappointed and conservation officials concerned following the poaching of three bull elk in the Youbou area

Cowichan emus: Straight from prehistory

With their imposing size and shadowy faces, one could be forgiven for finding emus a little intimidating.

Pumps to feed threatened Cowichan River only a ‘bandaid’ [video]

Representatives from government and industry say the situation is dire and newly installed pumps at the weir are only a bandaid solution.

Lake Cowichan Mushroom expert ready to share her passion

The Salmon and Mushroom Festival begins Saturday at 10 a.m. at Centennial Hall and runs until Sunday at 3:30 p.m.

Cowichan Valley teen’s legacy lives on at MD walk

At this year’s Nanaimo Walk for Muscular Dystrophy there will be at least one smiling face absent

Motor Gathering draws big crowd in Duncan, raises $150K

Organizers of 2016 Vancouver Island Motor Gathering are hailing the event as a success,

Two tangled bull elk at Cowichan Lake in danger

Two bull elk that have become minor celebrities at Cowichan Lake this past month are in danger

Body of distressed boater on Cowichan Lake found

The body of a boater last seen in the water and calling for help in Cowichan Lake has been recovered by authorities.

Chemainus woman found; family hails ‘miracle’ (updated)

A woman who was missing in the woods near Copper Canyon for six days has been found alive and is recovering in Nanaimo.