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Sooke Youth Council seeks local female role models
Campground tenants are able to stay at Cheanu First Nation site until Sept. 1
An early morning fire in Sooke is deemed suspicious
It takes more than an office-demolishing fire to shut down the news. The Sooke News Mirror is open for business.
For 10 years now, the Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society (SSES) has been hosting the Chinook Salmon Derby.
Throttle Therapy examines end-of-life issues as it relates to the sanity of wearing a motorcycle helmet.
Royal Canadian Marine Search and rescue receives $300,000
Sooke resident Fred Hamilton surfs a 29 km bore, then co-coordinates a record-breaking ride.
Several businesses in Sooke have had their offices completely destroyed by a blaze that raced through the building at 6660 Sooke Road.
Free fastball comes to Sooke so turn off the TVs and iPhones and come on out for a game.
One of Sooke’s dedicated triathlon athletes, Owen Stampflee, competed at the Subaru Vancouver Triathlon.
30-day notice is not sufficient for long-term tenants
For the first time this season, the Sooke Loggers have not come out on top.
30-day notice is not enough time to relocate say residents
Throttle Therapy: There’s magic in motorcycling when riding in groups
Annual outdoor concert in Sooke was graced with sunshine and enthusiasm
The Cheanuh campground will close on August 11 to allow for development that will help the Beecher Bay Band improve their quality of life.
Locals organize bottle drive to help flood victims
With the weather heating things up, be cautious with flames
The venerable Sooke Harbour House is one of the top 500 hotels in the world