Dawn Gibson

Sooke man pursues music for a lifetime

Al Pease has been playing music for over 65 years

PHOTOS: Rehabilitated otters released on beach in Shirley

The B.C. SPCA released three rehabilitated river otters back in to their…

A new beginning in ‘remote Renfrew’

Vancouver area couple moves to Port Renfrew to start a new life

Girls soccer team kicks off at Sooke school

Squad hits pitch for first time eight years

Sooke to host Western Canada’s first all-female boxing card

58 fighters from across North America to be featured at April 28 and 29 event

From wet noodle to Killer bee

Sooke reporter reflects on four month boxing challenge

Armed man invades Sooke home

RCMP responded to robbery early Monday morning; few details released

Sooke Mounties putting brakes on speeders

Sooke RCMP officers wrote 11 tickets during a traffic blitz on West…

Day at the park

Sooke officials cut ribbon on new play structure at Broomhill Park

PHOTOS: Picture perfect pets

Sooke News Mirror readers show off their pets

Journey to Japan

Sooke Journey Middle School students travelled to Japan for spring break

Sooke mom bottles funds for local causes

A year ago, Sooke mom Kathleen Forget held her first bottle drive…

Sooke students host art show

Art show runs from April 21 to 27 at South Shore Gallery

Sooke set to celebrate Earth Day

Celebration will take place April 22 at Sooke Community Hall

Upgrades coming to Todd Creek Trestle

$1.2-million project not expected to be finished until end of 2018

Pot and vape smoke now face same regulations as tobacco in CRD

CRD approved new bylaw at April 11 meeting

Community paramedicine program eyed for Sooke

Community paramedics bridge health-care gaps by helping people in non-emergency settings

420 pounds of trash removed from Whiffin Spit

About 45 volunteers participated in beach clean up on Sunday

Community invited to join Sooke spring clean up

The region-wide event on April 14 is intended to be a friendly competition between communities

Sooke self-defence class educates kids on situational danger

Program takes place Sunday at SEAPARC from 1 to 2 p.m. for kids ages 5 to 10