Sharron Ho

Getting set for 100th birthday

The Sooke Fall Fair will celebrate a milestone birthday this year

TASK gets students ready for work in the trades

High school program has instructors from Camosun college

Young women lend a helping hand

Lunches for the homeless and needy prepared by Sooke youth

Delivering a more personal experience

Sooke midwife finds her business is experiencing growth

Seahawks start training

The young footballers will be training through January to February for the upcoming spring season

Firefighters respond to oil spills over holiday

Two oil spills meant necessary clean up by fire department

Young ballerina following her dreams of the big stage

Sooke's Emily Albert wants to be a part of the ballet world

Local soccer players sing national anthem

Young players represent Sooke and the future of women's soccer at regional tourney

Football teams preparing for fall season

EMCS football program starting up off-season training

Sooke woman dies on ATV

Coroner is looking cause of death of 58-year-old woman on ATV

Local skate pair aim for Japan

Leonardo and Pilar Maekawa have earned enough points to skate at the Four Continents

Riding along with the RCMP

Sooke News Mirror reporter Sharron Ho saw what happens at a road block

Rub-a-dub-dub two car washes in the hub

Proposed car wash owners in Sooke town centre drill for water

EMCS footballers give back to community

Football players delivered approximately 5,000 phone books in the East Sooke and Sooke area

Basketball coming for kids

Youth basketball program catered to elementary school aged children coming to Sooke

Welcome New Year with frigid ocean swim

The Otter Point Volunteer Fire Department is bringing back their Polar Bear Swim for its 21st year

Win a Kobo

Sooke Public Library offers readers a chance to win e-reader

Young poet gets published

Sooke teen expresses herself through writing poetry

Young dancers take stage at Ayre Manor

Performers with Move This! Dance Studio had their first community event at the local seniors’ facility

Need just keeps getting bigger

Charities, such as Christmas Bureau, struggling to keep up with demand