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Two of Sooke’s martial artists, Carl Scott and Miller Mason, took home three medals at the Tiger Balm International competition.
Get a taste of what’s to come at the Sooke River Bluegrass Festival at a fundraising concert this weekend at Oak Bay United Church.
The organizer of the Shirley Market is looking for vendors. There are 30 tables available, and half of them have already been spoken for.
Britt Santowski's take on the tandem gas price rises and falls. Surely there's no price fixing going on. Why, that's illegal!
When one hears a medical diagnosis of arthritis, they might fairly assume the patient is elderly.
Here's just a few tips for staying safe in the rain, when riding your motorcycle.
On Saturday, March 23, Sooke’s very own international figure skating pair, Pilar and Leonardo Maekawa, will be skating at SEAPARC.
On March 9, 2013, one of Sooke’s family doctors, Dr. Anton Rabien, received a Top 20 Under 40 award.
Last week, we looked at the various Taikwondo and karate schools available here in Sooke. This week, we looking at boxing and tai chi.
The Land Use and Environment Committee held their monthly meeting on Monday, March 18.
Sooke Shukokai Karate, Sooke Martial Arts Association, MIJO Sport Taekwondo
The organizers of the Sooke Fall Fair are working hard at key projects that will be unfolding over the next few months.
Two youth from Sooke will be competing at the 2013 National Youth Championships in St. John’s Newfoundland.
Flash mob in Sooke by students confronts issue of bullying
Slow down, you move too fast, you got to make the moment last!
If the season opening was any indication, the EMCS Jr. Boys Basketball team would not fare that well this year.
On Friday, March 1 at 10:30 a.m., the eighth annual EMCS teacher vs. student hockey game was underway, with the entire school in attendance.
University course will raise awareness on program of housing for seniors
On Saturday, Feb. 23, the Sooke Minor Hockey Association played a coaches-only fund-raising hockey game.
Elementary school students get fun options in classroom