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Sooke library users urged to create or put up favourite poems
Once again this year, Sooke's SEAPARC is now offering Pickleball drop-in on Tuesdays and Thursdays. That, and a whole lot more.
EMCS Musical Theatre is hosting a dance for all ages
Tugwell Creek Honey Farm and Meadery have always been "green"
Donations of books make it possible to read - a lot
Traffic controller works to make life easier for drivers
Four lacrosse players from Sooke make the cut for the Victoria Shamrock’s team
Organizations and groups highlighted their missions and mandates
The Sooke Seahawk organization has provided sponsorship to two of their players, thanks to fundraising efforts.
Motorcycling tips to keep you safe this riding season, by Britt Santowski, former Chief Instructor with VISC
New service provides take out food with a unique Indian flavour
Public speaking is a natural for Grade 11 student Kayla Curtis
Food cooked in pits served to students, teachers and First Nations elders
There were 360 participants at the Sooke River 10K, with the fastest runner crossing the finish line after 33:14 minutes.
You got pediculosis? Not so ridiculousis but still lots to learn about lice.
Upgrades not possible on old building, new one planned
BC Hydro rates expected to rise 28 per cent in next five years
On Saturday afternoon, Ken Kroppmanns (of Sooke's Kenco) quietly celebrated his 54th birthday.
Sooke's Scott Dickie, Jonah Phillips and Lucas Blatchford all took part in the All Island Invite Camp (AIIC) this past weekend.
Lorna Bjorklund, with help, brought music program to schools