Sharron Ho

EDC abolished

Commission will be replaced by three advisory panels

Letting her hair down for charity

Eight-year-old is cutting off her hair for Cops for Cancer fundraiser

Feral cat a little safer with SAFARS

Non-profit group in Sooke is catching and neutering and spaying wild cats

Education will reduce beat/human conflicts

Bear Aware program aims to reduce bear problem in Sooke area.

Put your garden on display

Sooke Philharmonic Society seeking new gardens for 2012 garden tour

Local gym doubles in size

A year-long renovation improves club’s atmosphere and amenities

Young racers place first in age categories

Sooke residents, Gary Isacson Jr., 9, and sister Jackie, 7, are Skagit Midget Quarter racing champions

Beach Art beauty

Young girl is pictured with her creation at the Sooke Beach Art event

Local garbage disposal site closing

Sooke Disposal needs to find a new site for business

Salmon trio

A concrete sculpture was donated to help raise money for salmon enhancement projects

EMCS Wolverines have new coach

Darryl Pollock will ensure each team member will receive field time

Family stays strong when faced with cancer

Joel Dorval, 10, was diagnosed with leukemia at six years old

Sooke Skating Club opens registration, returns to ice

Registration for five different programs is currently ongoing

Mark you calendars for reading fun

Literacy and fun promoted for all ages and all reading levels

Get ready to creat some art!

Annual Beach Art competition set for Sunday, Sept. 9

Third derby for local marina

Participation was down for this year's Sooke Harbour Resort and Marina

Dapps Hockey Challenge holds third year

The hockey school had on ice and off ice activities for club participants in the SEAPARC area

Clark talks about Falcon

Premier Christy Clark opens up about Kevin Falcon's plan to depart politics

Young composer wins for original work

Thirteen-year-old Carmyn Slater composes Klezmer piece

Locals will be taken prisoner

Fundraiser for Cops for Cancer to include jail time