Kevin Laird

Multi-vehicle accident near Sooke River Bridge

Only minor injuries reported; traffic flowing normally

Sooke council pledges $10,000 for RCMP Musical Ride

Mounties and horses perform on Aug. 18 and 19 in Sooke

Murray Road project over budget by $20,000

Sooke council approves $72,300 bid

Driver arrested after wild ride on Sooke Road

44-year-old man from Victoria faces drunk driving, drug charges

Sooke getting new fire truck

Delivery of the truck is expected in nine months

No injuries in single-vehicle accident on Sooke Road

Traffic moving slowly in both directions

Two Sooke residents to be honoured by Governor General today

Carey Newman and Tom Lott among 45 honourees

New sponsor announced for Sooke 10K run

Race set for this Sunday

RCMP Musical Ride returning to Greater Victoria this summer

Mounties and horses perform on Aug. 18 and 19 in Sooke

SEAPARC Leisure Complex moving ahead with $2.75-million expansion

Expansion will address the need for a fitness gym facility and additional multi-purpose space

Sooke RCMP pushes to hire 2 more police officers

If approved, the request could cost province $330K per year

Sooke Mounties honoured for combating drunk driving

Constables Jason From and Lee Ingeberg named to Team Alexa

Sooke Legion closer to pub status

Council pushes rezoning application forward

Mounties increase traffic enforcement along Sooke Road

Police presence is due to complaints from residents

Law bans Sooke from releasing details on CAO’s departure

Teresa Sullivan left district on Feb. 14

Sooke forging ahead with proposed regulations to allow mobile home in all rural areas

Councillors approve bylaw amendment and instructs staff to hold a public hearing

Sooke CAO no longer with district

Mayor announces departure at Monday night’s council meeting

No fish zones eyed to save killer whales along south coast

DFO proposes closing an area from Sheringham Point to East Point

Sooke’s Meals on Wheels needs cooks

Group serves nutritious meals to some of the region’s most vulnerable residents

Work begins on new Sooke library

VIRL hopes to have ‘shovels in the ground’ this spring