Britt Santowski

Local preventing 10 minutes to disaster

Sooke woman on crusade to prevent over-heated pets in cars

Sooke swimmers swam a strong season

The Sooke swim team had a very successful 2013-14 season. Registration for the 2014-2015 begins in September, online and at SEAPARC.

How to prepare for back to school issue

A few tips on how to handle things if school doesn't reopen on time

Sooke Loggers carry on

The Loggers are off to the Labour Day Tournament, the Senior A Nationals in PEI August 26 to September 1.

Six—not three—EMCS student get Tenacious

We erred: Six, not three, EMCS basketball students attended the Tenacious Basketball camp in Shawnigan.

It’s pretty and showy but really noxious

Volunteers get down and dirty to get rid of Tansy ragwort

Where to recycle what

A list of retailers and recyclers in the Sooke area

Loggers lose, fans stay loyal

The Sooke Loggers had a short and disappointing presence at this year’s ISC World Fastball tournament.

Throttle Therapy hits the road

Given that this is Britt Santowski's last Throttle Therapy for Black Press, she thought she’d leave you with her top 10 list for riders.

Three EMCS basketball students get Tenacious

Three of Sooke’s finest (basketball players, that is) attended Tenacious Basketball this past weekend.

Art in the park packed with children’s events

Art in the Park this year will be held at McGregor Park on August 16-17, and introduces activities that will engage the children.

Traffic flow designs of Wadams Way

Traffic on Wadams Way will be managed with stop signs.

Sooke’s Slo-Pitch league slows down, seeks new players for next year

Sooke’s Slo-Pitch league saw a successful conclusion to both their league play and their annual Invitational.

Government strike funds of $40/day/child not well conceived

Thoughts on the lack of thinking of the government's offer of $40/day/child

The Water Pipeline Exhibit opens at Charters

The much anticipated Water Pipeline Exhibit opened to the public on August 1.

Hot dogs and plans

Under clear blue sunny skies, RBC gave away free hotdogs, drinks, cookies and chips to anyone who cared to drop by.

Sooke Family Resource Society plans for public market

A new venture will showcase 10 years of service in Sooke

Bike thefts increase over summer

Bicycles are stolen for both transportation and parts

Following too close

Fender bender results from driver who did not stop

Local athletes display stamina and endurance in Kelowna

Several Sooke athletes did back-to-back races in Kelowna this past week, including one swim across the lake and one triathlon.