Don Bodger

Chemainus maintains its appetite for big donations at Tour de Rock breakfast

Community groups respond to the cause and 49th Parallel’s contribution surpasses $50,000

‘Little Feet’ book documents B.C. woman’s horrific 2001 accident

Heather Williams has documented the two profound stages before and after the accident

Vancouver Island elders share words of wisdom

Big Read: Seniors weigh in on what our youth are getting right — and what they might be missing

Investigation into homicide of Delores (Deedee) Brown continues

More than three years since the discovery of her body

Inaction on heavy freighter presence continues to irk Island residents

Extension of interim protocol for another year concerning for people in Saltair, on Thetis Island

Foul play not suspected in man’s death in Chemainus

Long attempt made to revive unidentified person on the dock

Love affair blossoms from Cuban baseball tour for Island woman

Trucker Guzman ties the knot with Union de Reyes coach

Vimy Foundation’s educational experience of a lifetime awaits Island girl

Chemainus’ Woodruff one of only 14 students from across Canada chosen for prestigious program

Canadian Tire delivers toys to ease kids’ street play pain in B.C. neighbourhood

It’s like Christmas for 11 kids who are supposed to be confined to their yards by strata bylaw

RCMP ERT arrests boat theft suspects near Chemainus

Nanaimo owner grateful for the hard work of RCMP

Vancouver Island communities among Expedia’s top 15 tourist destinations

Writer cites Chemainus and Ladysmith attractions, amenities that made a big impression on reviewers

Enormous blaze torches golf cart storage facility on Vancouver Island

Several concerns for firefighters upon arrival with the conditions, severity of fire

PHOTOS: Fire crew battles large blaze at B.C. golf course

Huge walls of flame seen from Mount Brenton Golf Club in Chemainus

Island players embarking on Cuban baseball journey

Players from Duncan and Campbell River have been added to the original Chemainus group

Theft of memorial bench plaques rile Vancouver Island resident

Memorial benches for people and pets ruined by cruel act

No one hurt in Saturday night house fire in Chemainus

Extensive damage to the upper floor will require a rebuild

Conservation officers put down mother bear, cub near Chemainus

Two bears put down in Waynes Road area

Fire destroys Chemainus home

House on Waynes Road on the Stz’uminus reserve outside Chemainus destroyed Monday

No jail time for former Duncan cop in 2009 driveway shooting

RCMP Const. David Pompeo allowed to keep his gun and his job as a result of sentencing in the aggravate assault of Bill Gillespie

Menard sentenced to 18 months in jail and two years probation

Case resolved: Judge weighs concerns on both sides before reaching a decision in shooting death