Kevin Laird

Service changes coming for transit users in Sooke

Changes take effect Jan. 2

Sooke trash cans removed to help fix trash problem

Sooke renews transit bench advertising agreement

Want to do business with Sooke? You’ll need a business licence

District will no longer do business with any Sooke company that does not hold valid business licence

Sooke rescinds bench letters, offers apology

District sent out letters asking $2000 for maintenance from those who purchased memorial benches

Wolverines win first game of year

EMCS boys squad earns victory in Courtenay tournament

Sooke mayor speaks out on proposed pot regs

Sooke’s moratorium on marijuana stores remains

Rebuilding the EMCS Wolverines is a long-term job

Senior boys basketball team starts 2017-18 season

LETTER: Proper lines, lighting would help Sooke Rd.

Re: Premier asks for expansion of road study (News, Nov. 22) Looking…

Sooke council eyes road improvement program

More than 23 per cent of Sooke roads are rated as poor: report

B.C. Hydro selling Jordan River property

Pacheedaht First Nation has designs on land

Sooke ranked 112th among Canada’s most dangerous cities

Port Alberni gets dubious honour of Island’s most dangerous place

Port Renfrew gets $89,000 grant to build staircase, trail

Rural Dividend grant awarded by province

Sooke Oceanside Brewery on top of B.C. Beer Awards

Local brewery takes silver at eighth annual competition

Fees waived for affordable housing project in Sooke

Knox Vision Society is building a $11.3-million facility on Church Road

Sooke club offers up female boxing challenge

Ladies – here’s a challenge for you. The Sooke Boxing Club, under…

Premier asks for re-do on Highway 14 study

A study on Highway 14 improvement has been delayed for a second…

LETTER: District needs to buy land

I see there’s land across from the district office and fire hall…

Sooke hires two additional firefighters

Ben Temple and Grayson Kerr began Nov. 6

Sooke to sell logs to a commercial buyer

The original plan was to give the wood to a local charity

Port Renfrew’s Tall Tree Festival cancelled

One of Vancouver Island’s major music festivals hopes to come back for 2019