Britt Santowski

On Thursday

Come-from-behind victory for EMCS students in game against teachers

On Thursday, May 16, students from Edward Milne community school squared up against the teachers in a co-ed basketball competition.

On Thursday
Kelby Wittich (pictured) and Ryan Spence

Sooke sees softball in Saskatoon this summer

Of the 15 top fastball players in B.C., two of the young men selected for Team BC hail from Sooke.

Kelby Wittich (pictured) and Ryan Spence
Carolyn Wyngaards with her current group of Kindergarten students at John Muir elementary school.

Calling it a day after 37 years at John Muir

Local teacher putting away her lesson plans to retire

Carolyn Wyngaards with her current group of Kindergarten students at John Muir elementary school.
Elleen Christofferson

Delivering the goods for the Food Bank

Canada Post office in Sooke comes to the aid of the local food bank

Elleen Christofferson
An animated Basil (John Bidner) gets trapped in a web of his own making.

No fault with Fawlty Towers 3

Sooke Harbour Players change venue for comedy performance

An animated Basil (John Bidner) gets trapped in a web of his own making.
Singing songs in Sooke

Music Monday

Students sang in the town centre and with astronaut Chris Hadfield

Singing songs in Sooke
Rev. Kouwenberg leads the bikers on their ride.

Revving Reverand’s biker blessing

This year’s fifth annual Biker Blessing, held at the Knox Presbyterian Church, was well attended.

Rev. Kouwenberg leads the bikers on their ride.
Alan Perry

Knowing when it’s time to hang up the keys

DriveABLE test examines seniors' ability to drive a motor vehicle

Alan Perry
May Wong with her book

Library celebrates Asian Heritage Month

Author will read from her book, A Cowherd in Paradise: From China to Canada

May Wong with her book
Kyndra Tuckers with a gown she will wear in the Miss BC Pageant. The gown was donated by Le Petite Boutique.

Vying for the title of Miss BC

Sooke's Kyndra Tucker is entering contest and raising money for Cops for Cancer

Kyndra Tuckers with a gown she will wear in the Miss BC Pageant. The gown was donated by Le Petite Boutique.
Sooke Thunder-Mites 1 co-eds faced off against Langford. Risto Ringma #6

Thunder-Mites go two by two

Sooke Thunder-Mites 1 (9 and 10) co-eds faced off against Langford in the two-by-two co-ed weekend.

Sooke Thunder-Mites 1 co-eds faced off against Langford. Risto Ringma #6
Former motorcycle safety instructor Ole and his wife Cathie Jorgensen took advantage of the great weather to come out to where the intersections are fewer and the roads are twisting.

Throttle Therapy: The fine art of motorcycling and practicing safe intersections

This week’s column looks at the basics of traffic-light controlled intersection etiquette.

Former motorcycle safety instructor Ole and his wife Cathie Jorgensen took advantage of the great weather to come out to where the intersections are fewer and the roads are twisting.
The big duck is helping sell tickets for the annual Duck Race on the Sooke River on May 11.

Ducks ready for annual race in Sooke River

Fundraiser will pit one rubber duck against the others

The big duck is helping sell tickets for the annual Duck Race on the Sooke River on May 11.

Election Primer

A what's what and what to so when it comes to voting on May 14

Britt Santowski Krystal Dickinson

Culinary feast cooked by students

Annual fundraiser for culinary arts program prepared by student chefs

Britt Santowski Krystal Dickinson
Britt Santowski has been riding since she was 25

The merits of loud pipes on bikes: there are none

Those arguing the safety merits of loud, after-market pipes on motorcycles are neglecting their own longterm health.

Britt Santowski has been riding since she was 25
2012 Rotary Auction and Spring Fair

Rotary Auction and Spring Fair entertains

A long list of entertainers will perform on Saturday in Sooke

2012 Rotary Auction and Spring Fair

Sooke Surfer rides Panama waves

In case you’re wondering, our own Leah Oke has temporarily taking up residence in Panama and has been there for the past six months.

Journey middle school band students gave a platinum performance.

Journey students exceed gold and bring home platinum rating

Middle school students will perform in concert at home on May 9

Journey middle school band students gave a platinum performance.
Players in the front

EMCS receives early Christmas gift

On April 23, the football program at EMCS received cheque for $10,000.

Players in the front