Sooke author launches science fiction novel

Paula Johanson draws inspiration through ordinary life, science and technology

PHOTOS: Drive-by graduation parade held in Sooke for elementary students

Students, staff and families lined the streets and cheered as passing cars honked in celebration

T’Sou-ke Nation members demonstrate stripping a cedar tree

Jeff Welch and Thor Gauti share knowledge on traditional cedar uses in Sooke Region Museum video

Sooke Region Museum launches online photo archive

Online photo gallery allows people to explore Sooke’s vast history

Multi-vehicle incident on Sooke Road causing traffic delays

Sooke, Metchosin fire crews responding to m

Sooke Country Market changes location

New market location expected to debut on July 4

Construction contract eyed for new Sooke library

Build on library expected to start this summer

Sooke council delays vote on Whiffin Spit memorial wall

Sooke district council has again delayed a decision to erect a memorial…

Victoria man arrested in suspected weapons smuggling incident in Sooke

West Shore police service dog Erik tracked down suspect in bush

Work on Highway 14 realignment will start this fall

Sooke project moves into final stage after public feedback

Sooke Fire Rescue gears up for wildfire season

Residents encouraged to clear area around home of combustible debris as wildfire season begins

  • May 20, 2020

Sooke community groups keep in touch – from a distance

Sooke Rotary, Lions Club hold meetings online to stay connected

Sooke Minor Fastball looks to salvage season

Guidelines expected to come from Softball B.C., Softball Canada

Sooke Chamber holds laptop drive for students

Donations, requests can be made on Sooke Chamber of Commerce website

  • May 14, 2020

Coronavirus restrictions prolongs Camp Barnard closure

Thousands of scouts won’t be going to summer camp in Sooke this summer

Sooke RCMP not enforcing school zone speed limits

Because students not attending class, the school zone is not enforceable, police say

Hikers, walkers urged to keep distance as Sooke parks reopen

Whiffin Spit and Marine Boardwalk most popular areas for park users

SOOKE HISTORY: Sooke recalls VE-Day – 75 years ago

A military parade and hopes of going home fills memories

  • May 4, 2020

Wild Wise Sooke urges bear awareness

Educational group kicks up social media presence in response to social distancing.

VIDEO: Saseenos Elementary staff and students say drive-by ‘Hello’

Staff at Saseenos Elementary School Sooke organized a drive-by on Friday to…