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Stinking Fish returns with more art

Annual art show runs from July 21 to 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with 16 artists taking part.

Classic car show returning to Sooke Flats

Sooke Classic Car Show and Shine July 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Sookie sails in Viking ship

Jeff Lievre gets sealegs as he travels across Atlantic in replica Viking ship

U16 boys fastball bring home the gold

Two Sooke boys fastball teams played in the provincial championships in Surrey over the weekend

Council moves to shake turf field out of the ALR

All-weather field needed at Fred Milne Park for local sport teams.

Mayor takes direct aim at harassment

"Bullies" will no longer be tolerated, says Sooke mayor Maja Tait

Council set to sell closed Kennedy Road property

After years of limbo and debate, Sooke council approved the sale of the closed Kennedy Road municipal property.

Patrols in Sooke to start soon

The District of Sooke has agreed to have patrols on district property such as parks and district buildings.

Sooke ready to celebrate Canada Day

Giant party planned for Sooke Flats on July 1, beginning at noon

Seahawks battle Wolverines in rough season finale

Multiple injuries made it tough for Sooke to face final challenge against rivalling Saanich team

Tall Tree Festival rocks off this weekend

Port Renfrew’s Browns Mountain will be the stage of nearly 90 national and international artists

Mapping out eelgrass in Sooke taken to new heights

Eelgrass is threatened due to increasing development on the coast

Painter tells stories of human emotion one brush at a time

Sooke artist Jean-Francois Mincet is one of the few whose works will be displayed at the Sooke Fine Arts Show in July.

Energy shift hands in Sooke

Sooke resident leaves power grid and generates his own form of electricity

Mayor wants public health nurse based in Sooke

Recent retirement has left Sooke with nurse just four days a week.

SUV rolls over in Sooke cul-de-sac

The impact also damaged a nearby hydro pole, causing a transistor to explode, witnesses say.

Local art academy inspires the artistan in every child

Students learn to find and apply inspiration from within

Juan de Fuca tugs to escort oil tankers to Buoy Juliet

Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline extension is expected to result in a sevenfold increase in tanker traffic off Vancouver Island.

CRD buys land for ‘future of the salmon stocks’

The Capital Regional District’s park reserve is expected to grow even bigger, as it plans to buy two lots for parkland on Sooke River Road.

Grads prepare for future

Dallas Brooks and Jessica Young of Sooke are pretty determined to chase their dream careers.