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EMCS students capture satellite waves

Unique Sooke project picks up data and radio waves from more than 30,000 kilometres above Earth's surface.

Search and rescue volunteers help make local waters safe

Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue station in Sooke needs volunteers

Sooke council eyes changes to community grants program

The move follows a change in the district’s committee structure

Sooke fire calls spike by 60%

The fire department has so far received 71 calls – compared to 41 around the same time last year.

Community groups planning for Canada 150 celebrations

Several activities planned in Sooke throughout the year

Sooke U14 boys soccer team earn trip to finals

Squad went from last place to first in less than a year

Handcuffs removed from auxiliary cops

RCMP announce plan to revamp volunteer police program

Lt.-Gov. makes quick visit to Sooke

Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon's visit part of Canada 150 celebrations

Telling a story one string at a time

The spirit of B.C. will always pound hard in the heart of Sooke musician Adam Dobres.

Bad weather floods Sooke Soccer Club with cancelled games

Ongoing cancellation of games does affect player training and expertise, says club official.

Police identify burned remains of Port Renfrew man

Bruce Edward Carlson, 49, a resident of Port Renfrew and local Pacheedaht First Nation artist identified as the deceased in burned car.

A Taste of B.C. returns to Sooke

The annual food and drink celebration to be held at Edward Milne Community School on Feb. 4

Vancouver Island Party eyes LRT for Sooke, South Island

It’s all part of the Vancouver Island Party’s grand vision of a more connected region – and provincehood

Meet Sooke’s new fire chief

Kenn Mount, a 12-year veteran with the fire service, left his fire chief job with the Columbia Shuswap Regional District to come to Sooke.

Up to four deaths linked to flu sweeping Island region

It’s not uncommon to see an increase in the number of flu cases over the holidays, says Island Health

Sooke mayor resurrects New Year’s levée

Just like monarchs and magistrates of old welcomed their town folk in the new year, Maja Tait will hold a special levée on Jan. 1

MY FAVOURITE STORY OF THE YEAR: Youth shine in accomplishments

This has been a year of many great accomplishments for Sooke’s young adults

Sooke woman opens heart to family she doesn’t know

Lesley Baker hosts several fundraisers for Sooke family, which recently lost mother to cancer

Sooke lights up for Christmas

Sooke residents decided to show off their Christmas spirit with some festive light ornaments.

Sooke businesses saw success in 2016

Producing enough building space (commercial or residential) continues to be a challenge for Sooke region