Sarah Simpson

Old Crofton Elementary to be demolished

Community eyesore will be gone by the end of March

Candidate corner: Cowichan hopefuls talk economic development

The Citizen reached out to the candidates running in the 2019 federal…

Tour de Rock dinner Oct. 1 in Cowichan

It’s coming up quickly but there’s still room for you to join…

What you said: Pay for use water a controversial topic

Public works crews have been busy for the last four years installing water meters

Somenos Marsh viewing tower near completion

October a busy month for the Somenos Marsh Wildlife Society

Sarah Simpson column: A bird in the bush worth two in the stove?

Today’s topic is animals and Facebook.

Candidate corner: Cowichan-Malahat-Langford hopefuls talk environment and climate change

This is part one of a four-part series outlining candidates’ thoughts on key topics

UPDATE: Elderly woman missing from Maple Bay has been found

Mounties have put in a call for the police dog services

Sarah Simpson Column: Use your smarts to slow down early holidays

It’s Friday the 13th. There’s a full moon. A rabid bat is…

Dir. Mary Marcotte takes leave from CVRD

Longtime Area H (North Oyster/Diamond) director Mary Marcotte has been granted a…

Cowichan Exhibition drew a big crowd ready for fun

Last weekend marked the 151st annual Cowichan Exhibition.

Owners on alert after reports of dog thief on the loose in south Cowichan

Two suspected dog napping incidents in south Cowichan recently have pet owners…

Cops in Cowichan bust youth for doing the right thing

Positive ticket campaign a success

They’re going to light the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve on fire

Cowichan joins Rocky Point in Mechosin for intentional fires

Sarah Simpson Column: Routines changing with the seasons

I’ve had a foot injury that’s been a thorn in my side…

Prompt police secure suspect after Duncan foot chase

It all took place within the span of about 15 minutes.

Variances help Habitat for Humanity stay on track with Duncan six-plex project

Ground was broken back in May on Habitat for Humanity’s first North…

City of Duncan looking to go to pay-for-use water billing

The time is coming that residents will soon have to pay for the water they use.

Cannabis conundrum: Dueling dealers eye Cowichan Commons

Cowichan Tribes threatening to pull Costa Canna application if provincial store gets green light to set up

Sarah Simpson column: Grey hairs are a badge of honour I’m willing to accept

I was reminded recently that life is far too short to be worrying about such trivial things.