Sarah Simpson

Details still sparse in case of found human remains in Duncan

Human remains found in a Duncan farmer’s field last September are those…

Cowichan’s Somenos Marsh gets provincial protection

The unique wetland is home to more than 200 species of birds

Shawnigan Lake RCMP looking to reunite stolen truck wheels with rightful owners

If you are missing a number of truck wheels this one is…

Library eliminates children’s fines as Family Literacy Week approaches

If you’ve been avoiding the public library because your kids have racked…

Annual hockey jamboree at Lake Cowichan coming this weekend

Annual Lake Cowichan hockey jamboree ready to hit the ice

Teamwork and rotating 12 hour shifts helped Island Health weather the storm in Cowichan

“At one time we had 11 hospital sites on generator power”

Cowichan’s private seniors care facilities used generators to get through outage

Like so many places, the power went out at 11:30 a.m. Thursday,…

Fences destroyed, power out but Cowichan’s animals were safe after epic Dec. 20 storm

“It was a wake up call for being prepared for emergencies.”

Prolific offender arrested in “dynamic takedown” in Crofton

A 30-year-old Vancouver-area man faces at least six charges after what police…

Cowichan merchants warned to be on the lookout for fake American cash

Two suspects sought in counterfeit currency operation

Mairs Memorial set for Jan. 20 in Ladysmith

All are welcome at the 17th annual Joseph Mairs Memorial on Sunday,…

Sarah Simpson column: Woman searching for birth mom Devereaux, from Duncan

The 35-year-old horse trainer is searching for her birth mom.

Five school buses destroyed in suspicious early morning fire

Firefighters and RCMP arrived at the Mid Island Bus lot on Tzouhalem…

Heat pump failure prompts Cowichan Aquatic Centre evacuation

An electrical issue with a heat pump in the ceiling at the…

Cowichan Foundation funding futures

Cowichan Foundation was registered as a non-profit charity on Jan. 1, 1983.

Year in Review: Music, celebrations and elections in second half of 2018 at Lake Cowichan

JULY The Cowichan Lake area celebrated Canada Day in style Sunday, July…

Sarah Simpson Column: Looking back while moving ahead

I’m going to start the new year out by not lying to you

‘Lots of meat’ left on poached elk: conservation officers say

The BC Conservation Officer Service is reporting yet another elk poaching along…