Kevin Laird

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

Juan de Fuca gets nod to participate in CRD’s growth strategy mediation

Mike Hicks CRD asked Premier John Horgan to intervene

No Dragons, but sweet offers for Sooke business

Fudge In A Round shutout in Dragons’ Den, but business opportunities rolling in for Sooke company

Service dogs heal invisible wounds of war

Man’s best friend help veterans with PTSD

Registration opens for Island Race Series

Series an event for runners and walkers of all abilities, say organizers

South Island wildfires under control, officials say

Six wildfires burning on the South Island this week have been contained…

Sooke Awareness Film Night shines light on Modern Times

Movie first in Intermission Film Series

No fudging the Dragons

Sooke couple appear on Dragons’ Den, but walk away with no cash

Speeding drivers using Sooke’s Phillips Road as ‘drag strip’

Residents say drivers are often driving double the speed limit

Sooke business takes step into Dragons’ Den tonight

It’s the latest journey into fame for Fudge In A Round

Six wildfires reported on South Island

All caused by controlled burns at logging sites.

Knox Centre eyes partnership with Sooke

Society proposes equity if district waives permit fees and gives 10-year tax exemption