Sarah Simpson

Cowichan Lake Idol going virtual

Annual singing competition to be contested online

Town of Lake Cowichan bans tubing on Cowichan River this summer

“We have to do it, unless something changes”

Lake Flashback: A big win, good-bye to a friend and a theme for Lake Days

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

Sarah Simpson Column: Working off our daily bread

“We could have to be at home long enough that we’ll outgrow our clothes!”

North Cowichan/Duncan Mounties mourn Nova Scotia colleague

Mounties from the North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP joined their colleagues across the country…

LAKE FLASHBACK: development, drunk drivers, downhill skiing

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

Sarah Simpson Column: Wielding a washcloth is a valuable skill

“Oh my God I’ve become my mother.” That is something every woman…

North Cowichan going ahead with new RCMP detachment AAP

Council made the unanimous decision at a special council meeting April 15

Cowichan Valley COVID-19 helpers mobilize through Facebook

Mask and scrub cap sewing brigade connects online

North Cowichan adopts 1.4 per cent tax increase for 2020

Taxes aren’t going down but they won’t be going up as much…

Sarah Simpson Column: The seeds of change

Fast forward to the quarantine days.

Cowichan Mountie cleared of wrongdoing after woman’s arm broken during arrest

Police were called around 10 p.m. on Dec. 30, 2019 to remove a “severely intoxicated” woman

What you said: Shingles vaccine worthy of consideration

Shingles is a viral infection that causes a painful rash

LAKE FLASHBACK: Hockey tournaments, a chemical spill and one lucky Edgar

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

Country Grocer rolling with the punches amid COVID-19 pandemic

Daily adjustments keep store stocked up, clean and open

Sarah Simpson Column: Jelly beans the key to efficient family hikes

Have you ever hiked with small children? You wouldn’t believe how painful…

Mill Bay strata using yellow caution tape to tie neighbourhood together during crisis

A simple but effective solution to helping each other despite social distancing

Cowichan boarding schools keeping students out of classrooms

Area boarding schools are coming forward with their plans to combat COVID-19