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Hughes works to go on show in Whistler gallery

A new art museum in Whistler will feature the work of legendary late Shawnigan Lake painter E.J. Hughes.

Raffi show champions anti-soil dump cause

Children’s singer Raffi is passionate about protecting the environment and public health.

‘Anne’ tells classic Canadian tale

It will be a classic slice of Canadiana for South Island Musical Theatre Society as they present 'Anne of Green Gables'

Symphony celebrates 60th with Tafelmusik

The best of baroque music will soon grace the Cowichan Valley.

Building masterpieces out of metal

Travis Rankin is having a wrought-en good time. The Duncan metal artist runs Wroughtenart

RCMP seek help after death of pedestrian

Police are seeking witnesses to a fatal pedestrian/vehicle collision that killed a 23-year-old Ladysmith man on Wednesday.

Therapeutic Riding celebrating 30 years

What started as a modest local organization for therapeutic riding has become one of the most successful in the country

Medical clinic closure has patients flooding hospital; use walk-in clinics, officials say

Those requiring non-urgent medical care or prescription refills are asked to contact nearby walk-in clinics.

Cyber bullying big for ages 9, 10

North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP are showing their support for Anti-Bullying Day

Adagé dancers take the stage in Duncan [photos]

It was an energetic night with some great moves Feb. 20 at the Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

Brentwood brings spooky clan to life in ‘Addams Family’

Brentwood College School is presenting The Addams Family – A New Musical Comedy March 1 to 5

Iconic characters shine in excellent staging of ‘Alice’

Queen Margaret’s School’s presentation of Alice: Tales of a Curious Girl was a brilliant compilation

Farming through a 113-year-old lens

The work all comes together in a book of 21 images and stories

LNG a ‘giant experiment’ Valley crowd told

B.C. government claims of massive LNG-led provincial job creation are wildly unlikely and “ridiculous,”

Kelsey student wins $100K scholarship

The Cowichan Valley can say without any exaggeration that one of the brightest young minds in the country comes from right here at home.

Students dispute Minister’s statements

Students’ Union says it has already given detailed and specific reasons for opposing a new university fee to the provincial government.

Legends come to life in ‘Quartet’

Music and theatre lovers got their Valentine’s weekend off to a rocking start Friday at the Chemainus Theatre.

Career taking shape under Tromans’s saw

Liam Tromans is carving out a great life in British Columbia — with his chainsaw.

Fee fight divides student and VIU leaders

The Vancouver Island University Students’ Union is up in arms about a proposed new VIU student service fee

Telethon a big boon for Cowichan Valley family

The Variety Telethon Show of Hearts will be celebrating its 50th anniversary this year Feb. 13 and 14.