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Front Street Pictures has donated a large amount of set equipment to Cowichan Secondary’s Performing Arts program.
The Brentwood College senior drama class presents The Servant of Two Masters.
Beautiful British Columbia is a bit more beautiful in the Cowichan Valley.
Those are the sounds that greet me at 10:59 p.m. as the buzzer sounds and I step out onto the floor of a car parts factory in Barrie, Ont.
Mill Bay-based Zimbabwe Music Society is bringing cultures together one tune at a time.
“While we currently have limited availability for methadone prescribing in Cowichan, more capacity is expected in about three months."
The production takes you through Johnny Cash’s life from his family’s early days in rural Arkansas to his rise as an American music icon
It can be difficult to find a place to live in Duncan when you have pets.
The proposed closure drew no discussion, apart from one question from trustee Elizabeth Croft regarding the projected costs
The departure of a local doctor to work in Nanaimo has left many Duncan methadone patients with limited options.
Cowichan Valley School District 79 projects a shortfall of just under $3.7 million for its 2016-17 annual budget
Prepare for a Bad Moon Rising this Friday night in the Cowichan Valley.
The ultimate tribute to Johnny Cash will be back in Chemainus by foot-stompin’ demand.
Duncan will soon be getting four to six sobering beds for those dealing with alcohol and drug abuse.
The longest-running musical in Canadian history is a fitting choice for South Island Music Theatre Society’s 35th anniversary
Air India bomb-maker and former Duncan resident Inderjit Singh Reyat is prohibited from taking part in any political activities
This year’s Islands Folk Festival promises to be a spectacular treat for music lovers.
Janet Docherty of Merridale Ciderworks in Cobble Hill has made her dream a reality
Shawnigan Lake artist E.J. Hughes, who painted scenes of West Coast beauty loved around the world, wanted art to be accessible to everyone.
Currently executive director of the Duncan Cowichan Chamber of Commerce, Nagel has achieved great success through years of hard work