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Another season is on the horizon for young singers
Connecting roads will take some time to be completed
Sixteen-year-old Lyra Hindrichs of Sooke has taken to the sky, flying in a glider. Apparently, she likes it up there.
Beecher Bay First Nation plans resort with 99-year lease
Residential area in Sooke was the site of a brush fire
Some suggestions for students, parents and the public
Produce from the garden helps out the Sooke Food Bank
Fundraiser by Sooke resident appreciated by Albertans
On the August long weekend (Aug 3 - 5), Sooke’s Slo Pitch hosted an Invitational tournament.
Sooke Loggers had a great season overall, but did not fare as well as they expected at the ISC Worlds.
Sooke Youth Council is helping lead the way for teens
Seven mixed teams played in the 54/50 invitational.
Royal Bank and Evergreen Centre host a barbecue for Sooke residents
Paddlers from first nations groups across the Pacific Northwest take part in Tribal Journey
The Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society (SSES) has just completed its first decade of Chinook Salmon Derby.
Eight-year-old chess player among the best in age group in Canada
Local candy store in Sooke gives away 22 inch gummy worm
Terry Curry is riding the Cops for Cancer Tour de Rock.
The flames may have wrecked their studio but it won't stop the dancers
Sooke Loggers are playing at the ISC World Tournament Quad Cities IA/IL this week. First game won, 10-3 in five innings.