Track club has bright idea

Douglas Anderson, Rotary Club of Nanaimo president, left, and rotarian Art Vanidour present a $10,000 cheque to the Nanaimo Track and Field Club, represented by president Tyler Heisterman. The money will go toward the track club’s project to install lighting at Rotary Bowl stadium. - The News Bulletin
  • posted Apr 22, 2014 at 9:00 AM

The Nanaimo Track and Field Club's project to install lights at Rotary Bowl got a $10,000 boost last week from the Rotary Club of Nanaimo.

Sights set

  • posted Apr 8, 2014at 1:00 PM

NANAIMO – Woodlands Secondary students play paintball to raise money for classmate.

Engineering students test skills with sticks

  • posted Apr 8, 2014at 10:00 AM

NANAIMO – First-year engineering students at Vancouver Island University are building model bridges with popsicle sticks.

Dog cited for bravery remembered

  • posted Apr 2, 2014at 8:00 PM

NANAIMO – The owner of a Jack Russell terrier that was cited for bravery is mourning the loss of her pet.

Van donation helps coffee shop

  • posted Apr 2, 2014at 10:00 AM

NANAIMO – Toyota dealership supports Coco Café in Cedar.

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