Britt Santowski

Roller derby artwork by Zea Guest

Roll over Skinny Minnie Miller, there may be a new girl in town

Exploratory meeting next week to gauge interest for a women’s roller derby league in Sooke on March 5.

Roller derby artwork by Zea Guest
One of the appetizers (Tuna Poke) from the Mix by Ric's.

Sooke charities get an Appetite for Art

Art and appetizers on the menu for March 8 event at the Prestige

One of the appetizers (Tuna Poke) from the Mix by Ric's.

Learning for the sake of knowledge

University courses provide knowledge but not credit

EMCS Senior boys take to the sky in their jumps to the basket. Friday’s game was a fast-paced one

EMCS Sr boys off to basketball competition in Nanaimo

Sooke will be competing at the Vancouver Island Basketball Championship, which will be played in Nanaimo starting on February 27.

EMCS Senior boys take to the sky in their jumps to the basket. Friday’s game was a fast-paced one
The Western Communities Provincial Courthouse

Park given suspended sentence

Charged Under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Park finds judge sympathetic

The Western Communities Provincial Courthouse
Parents of school athletes all know how much time it takes from their children’s studies and social life to play a sport competitively. But often

EMCS senior boys’ basketball players achieve a first for Sooke

The EMCS Senior Boys’ basketball team won the City AAA Regular Season title.

Parents of school athletes all know how much time it takes from their children’s studies and social life to play a sport competitively. But often
Carl Scott with his sixth place certificate and ribbon.

World class performance from small seaside Sooke

Sooke's Carl Scott placed 9th in the 18+ point sparring karate division, and 6th in the men’s middleweight division.

Carl Scott with his sixth place certificate and ribbon.
An example of “Art in the Mail

Explore creativity through mail

Sooke's poet Wendy Morton offers free program at the library

An example of “Art in the Mail
Though complete with sidewalks and streetlights

Life on the other side of the fence

Arranwood exit from Ecole Poirier elementary still pending

Though complete with sidewalks and streetlights

Different strokes coming to Sooke: Master’s swim program being explored

There will be an exploratory Master's swim program meeting on Wed, Feb. 19 at 7:15 p.m. at the SEAPARC Leisure Complex conference room.

Mike Hicks sits as new SEAPARC Commission Chair

Mike Hicks sits as new SEAPARC Commission Chair in Sooke.

The charred remains

Fire destroys mobile home

Young man loses all his personal possessions in early morning fire

The charred remains
Allan Kobayashi at a Tough Mudder run.

Wounded Warrier Run to raise awareness of PTSD

A relay team of five endurance runners will cover the entire length of Vancouver Island, starting from Port Hardy on February 16.

Allan Kobayashi at a Tough Mudder run.

How to avoid scam paving companies 101

Sooke area residents concerned with quality of work being performed

Stephanie Croft

Celebrating 90 years in Shirley

Shirley Women's Institute has been going since 1924

Stephanie Croft

EMCS senior girls play exhibition game

The EMCS senior girls' basketball team played an exhibition game against Belmont.

Alyssia MacDonald with some cheques for Hannah.

Helping a friend in need

Elementary school students raise funds for Hannah Day

Alyssia MacDonald with some cheques for Hannah.
Michael Fargey gets ready to ride

Cyclist rides for cancer three years in a row

Sooke's Michael Fargey rides as the team captain for Team Paladin Coast on the The Ride to Conquer Cancer presented by Silver Wheaton.

Michael Fargey gets ready to ride
The Hope Centre is rising along West Coast Road.

The Hope Centre is on schedule

Centre will offer affordable rental housing for Aboriginal youth

The Hope Centre is rising along West Coast Road.

Nominate someone for excellence in health care

Awards will be given to projects and collaborative solutions in health care