Britt Santowski

Sooke’s Peewee Boys Fastball team was fundraising in front of Home Hardware on a misty Saturday morning.

Seeking funds to support Peewee football

Sooke’s Peewee Boys Fastball team was fundraising in front of Home Hardware on a misty Saturday morning.

Sooke’s Peewee Boys Fastball team was fundraising in front of Home Hardware on a misty Saturday morning.
Emily Moreland (mentor

Earth Day: Community garden has new mentor

Sunriver Community Garden sees new Master Gardener and mentor take reins of education

Emily Moreland (mentor
On April 20 and 21

Sooke bested by Oak Bay, but girls still smiling

On April 20 and 21, the Bantam B and C Girls baseball teams met for the Tony Sullivan Memorial Tournament Ice Breaker

On April 20 and 21
Sarah-Mae Pyndus runs the 2013 Boston Marathon in her best time ever. More recently

Sooke Marathoner recounts Boston run

Twenty-five year old Sarah-Mae Pyndus experienced the recent events of the Monday, April 15 Boston marathon first hand.

Sarah-Mae Pyndus runs the 2013 Boston Marathon in her best time ever. More recently
Scott Hilderley teaches his last of four lessons to this semester’s EMCS students

Junior Achievement is about real life

Program for students puts them into common sense situation

Scott Hilderley teaches his last of four lessons to this semester’s EMCS students

Pickleball?

Ever heard of Pickleball? You’re about to. It’s coming to SEAPARC.

Sofie Hagens (left)

Island communities say ‘no’ to GE foods

Protesters were out in force in front of the Prestige convention centre

Sofie Hagens (left)

Three cougars shot

Caught feeding on a goat carcass in a rural area of Sooke

Sarah-Mae Pyndus in her STARR team shirt

Sooke runner avoids explosions in Boston

Member of Sooke's STARR finishes Boston Marathon in top 11 per cent

Sarah-Mae Pyndus in her STARR team shirt
Darlene Duncan rides through some training cones at a Vancouver Island motorcycle safety school.

Throttle Therapy: What you don’t know can kill you

The primary cause of all accidents were determined mostly to be attributed to human error.

Darlene Duncan rides through some training cones at a Vancouver Island motorcycle safety school.
Fire Chief Steve Sorensen and a colleague gather up the cones after Friday’s accident on Sooke Road

Lessons learned in fender bender

Caution should be exercised at crosswalks with pedestrian controlled lights

Fire Chief Steve Sorensen and a colleague gather up the cones after Friday’s accident on Sooke Road
Intensely focused

A field of dreams for Sooke’s southpaw

Sooke’s own Kurt Horne is one 28 players invited to the Canadian Junior National Team’s spring training camp this month.

Intensely focused
Caden recovers at Otter Point Veterinary Hospital from her adventures.

Caden is one lucky dog

Lost chihuahua found safe and almost sound after being lost for 15 days

Caden recovers at Otter Point Veterinary Hospital from her adventures.
Vince Corkery

Community garden embraced by EPCOR

Funding from EPCOR will enhance garden and orchard

Vince Corkery
Throttle Therapy

Free-wheelin’ signals gotta go

Turn signals on vehicles should not confuse other drivers

Throttle Therapy
The view at Mary Vine Lower falls.

Take a hike with JDF Parks

There’s a new, organized hiking program — complete with guides — coming to town.

The view at Mary Vine Lower falls.

Finance and Administration briefs

The financial five-year plans for town services and expenses were considered by the Finance and Administration Committee on March 19.

Registered massage therapist Karen Wormald dropped off $900 in donations for the Sooke Food Bank after selling baskets filled with massage gift certificates and toiletries in the memory of her nephew Carl James Beshara (pictured right)

Baskets benefit food bank

Sooke resident Karen Wormald raised $900 for the Sooke Food Bank.

Registered massage therapist Karen Wormald dropped off $900 in donations for the Sooke Food Bank after selling baskets filled with massage gift certificates and toiletries in the memory of her nephew Carl James Beshara (pictured right)
Wear your Easter bonnet to the Flea Market this Saturday. Here is Sheila Hubbard with her Sunday finest.

Easter Flea Market

This month’s Flea Market, which falls on the Easter long weekend, features needle crafting.

Wear your Easter bonnet to the Flea Market this Saturday. Here is Sheila Hubbard with her Sunday finest.
Writer/Producer Signe Olynyk and producer Bob Schultz.

Filmmaker gets locked in a meat freezer

On Wednesday, April 3, script writer and movie producer Signe Olynyk will show her movie, Below Zero.

Writer/Producer Signe Olynyk and producer Bob Schultz.