Sarah Simpson

Cowichan’s first baby comes less than four hours into the year

The first baby of the new year at Cowichan District Hospital is…

2019 in Review: The great clothesline debate heated up in Cowichan

Letter, story prompt aesthetics vs. energy saving debate

Join your neighbbours for New Years at the Youbou Community Hall

Littlehead, Vancouver Island’s premier rock ‘n’ roll cover band.

Recycle your tree in Cowichan to support Easter Seals

Choose one of four Cowichan Valley drop-off locations

Drinkwater Elementary School students present ‘A Teresa Jennings Christmas’

Students from divisions 6 to 18 and the school’s choir worked together…

Sarah Simpson Column: My favourite columns of 2019

Either way, my goal is to share a story, and hopefully a laugh.

Join your neighbbours for New Years at the Youbou Community Hall

Littlehead, Vancouver Island’s premier rock ‘n’ roll cover band.

Cowichan Valley holiday transit schedules announced

Between Dec. 25 and Jan. 2 every day is a little different.

Development moratorium motion puts new CDH on thin ice

Development moratorium motion puts new CDH on thin ice Hello Doug and…

Muni, Cowichan Estuary Nature Centre representatives join students for wetland clean up

Restoring the Quamichan Lake wetland between Shoreview Way and Westlock Road in…

Sarah Simpson Column: Cowichan school concerts have me feeling merry

I was at the gym the other day chatting with the ladies…

Popular Cowichan Lake area elk freed from fence entanglement

“Every year it happens,” said Sgt. Scott Norris. “Put your stuff away.”

École Cobble Hill students delight audience at winter concert

Guests were treated to holiday traditions from around the world during Ecole…

Local Cowichan governments closing doors for Christmas

Cut it out and stick it to the side of your fridge just in case.

Sea lions and boaters need to co-exist in Cowichan Bay: resident

She’s heard other accounts of boaters harassing sea lions

Sarah Simpson Column: The good deed that blew up in my face

Why I’ll be ordering take-our delivery pizza from now on

UK resident seeking Canadian family with Duncan ties

It’s a bit of a convoluted story but it’s one that could…

Lake Flashback: December Madness hits the lake, Joe Allen named chair, golf club needs buyer

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

One month later, Cowichan fisherman still missing

Colin Court has been missing since Nov. 15 after disappearing while fishing near Youbou’s Shaw Creek

Go green this holiday season with light recycling and energy saving in Cowichan

It’s true, Bings Creek, Meade Creek and Peerless Road facilities all accept the strands.