Sarah Simpson

Cowichan Green Communnity celebrates 10th anniversary of Cowichan Food Map

It’s been 10 years since the first Cowichan Grown Farm Map was…

Construction is underway on $1.2M Caycuse Recreation Site

ICET gives project $237,000 grant

McPherson honoured for commitment to Cowichan community and beyond

A presentation ceremony was held May 2 at Government House in Victoria.

Sarah Simpson Column: Perfect road trip features flat tire and lost wallet

My husband is a loser. Not a loser in the dead-beat, good-for-nothin’…

Duncan man arrested for arson

A 27-year-old Duncan man was arrested Saturday, May 11 after allegedly starting…

Your view: To pay or not to pay? Easy question when it comes to hospital parking

Why add more stress to those who are not in good health?…

Sarah Simpson Column: Airing out my dirty laundry

Last week I visited Mill Bay resident Judy van der Boom to…

Arrests made, property recovered after truck stolen in Duncan

Upon their arrival, officers saw one suspect flee

Chronic offender nabbed by Cowichan Mounties after break-in

The incident took place near a retail store in the 2600-block of Beverly Street in North Cowichan.

Thieves disrupt Duncan students’ education

Thieves have stolen 33 iPads, an Apple TV box, two Lego Robotic kits

Lake’s 75th celebrates with fishing derby

A prize trout or a big find at a garage sale — you can help celebrate Lake Cowichan’s 75th anniversary

YOUR SAY: Who is responsible for clothing donation bin messes?

Cowichan’s clothing donation bin system is not working, according to those willing…

Kids find discarded needle bobbing along Maple Bay shoreline

“Where do you go now where you can go as a family and only pray you don’t get a stick?”

Habitat for Humanity breaks ground in North Cowichan

Up next: a six-plex in Duncan

Sarah Simpson column: Perseverance pays off on the street and on the track

I was driving back to Duncan from an assignment in Mill Bay…

Mill Bay woman wants clotheslines allowed in her strata

“Why is it that I don’t see any clotheslines in this area?”

UPDATE: Fire crews clear of scene of Mt. Sicker brush fire in Cowichan Valley

We are looking at about a half a hectare in size — about 150 by 200 [feet].”

Small but serene, a peek into the Cowichan Valley Garden Tour’s smallest stop

The annual Cowichan Family Life Garden Tour returns for its 25th year on May 12.

Sarah Simpson column: The best award is happy children

A weekend away at the BCYCNA awards

From Eco Lawn to Obstacle Course, Cowichan entrepreneur is branching out

Lush Eco Lawn owner John Close is branching out. With a decade…