Sharron Ho

Toys for Kids program begins

Sooke Harbourside Lions gather toys, new and used, for needy kids

Volunteer firefighter, ex-navy man awarded medal

Diamond Jubilee Medal given to Murray Lambert for community service

Editorial: Social media can help or hinder

Sooke reporter Sharron Ho writes about the use/misuse of social media

Tackling mud for sport

Shirley man to participate in the Tough Mudder World Championship

Lest We Forget

Veterans and residents came together to remember those who served.

Paintings to brighten up SEAPARC

Professional life guard spends time painting themed murals

Filling a need for our best friends

New doggy daycare opens up along Sooke Road, provides night boarding

Life cycle of salmon taught at Charters interpretive centre

Students learn about spawning salmon at the centre

Global issues link EMCS students to Africa

Students preparing for annual buffet dinner on November 15

Langford group opens waste transfer station

With the demise of Sooke Disposal's transfer station a new company comes to town

Emergency shelter slated for winter months

Local church will house homeless people on cold nights

U14 girls tie game against Bays United

Fred Milne Park was populated with a series of minor league games on Saturday, Oct. 27

Group running for women

A new women's running group is offering an intimidation-free running environment

School band returns to EMCS

Band program at high school revitalized after 12 years

Gillnetter collides with smaller pleasure craft

Gillnetter may have been asleep at the ship's wheel

It’s Halloween

Pumpkins and ghouls and goblins will be out and about tonight

Marine search and rescue buy training base

Glenairley will be the site of a new base for Royal Canadian Marine Search and rescue

Federal electoral boundaries may change

Sooke council disagrees with changing existing electoral boundaries

Women’s Show will be a showcase of talent

Sooke Harbourside Lions will be holding a full-day event at the Prestige

Be scared, be very scared

Annual Eeerie Acres in East Sooke opens for Halloween