Comox Valley Staff

RCMP have found Jenessa Shacter safe. Photo supplied

Missing teen visiting Courtenay found safe

She had last been seen going for a walk on Aug. 6

RCMP have found Jenessa Shacter safe. Photo supplied
RCMP are looking for Jenessa Shacter. Photo supplied

UPDATE: Missing teen found safe

Jenessa Shacter was last seen going for a walk in downtown Courtenay

RCMP are looking for Jenessa Shacter. Photo supplied
School District 71 office. File photo

School district looking for new senior staff member

Secretary-treasurer Nicole Bittante returning to Okanagan

School District 71 office. File photo
MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard says facility will deliver a variety of services for children. Record file photo

Child care centre in Comox to get 16 spaces

Spaces for children aged 30 months to kindergarten at Aspen Grove

MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard says facility will deliver a variety of services for children. Record file photo
NPD MPs are calling on the federal government to invest in a universal child care and early learning system. (Black Press File Photo)

Comox Valley MPs want feds to stabilize child care sector

Johns, Blaney both call for more early years investments from Liberals

NPD MPs are calling on the federal government to invest in a universal child care and early learning system. (Black Press File Photo)
RCMP are looking for Ami Guthrie. Photo supplied

Comox Valley RCMP looking for missing woman

Ami Guthrie was last seen in Courtenay in early July

RCMP are looking for Ami Guthrie. Photo supplied
12 Military Police Flight (military police) personnel will conduct training in Comox July 6 to 8. Photo supplied

Military police training in Comox Valley

Latest quarterly session for training is July 6-8

12 Military Police Flight (military police) personnel will conduct training in Comox July 6 to 8. Photo supplied
A BC Hydro crew responds to a downed power pole on Comox Road following a single-vehicle accident Friday morning. Photo, CTV Vancouver Island

Driver takes out power pole on Comox Road

Road closed, driver in her 50s taken to hospital

A BC Hydro crew responds to a downed power pole on Comox Road following a single-vehicle accident Friday morning. Photo, CTV Vancouver Island
The Wednesday farmers’ market starts up June 17, though it will look a little different this year. File photo by William F Jorgensen

Downtown Wednesday market in Courtenay starts June 17

Event will be a little different this summer due to COVID-19 restrictions

The Wednesday farmers’ market starts up June 17, though it will look a little different this year. File photo by William F Jorgensen
The CVRD will be fixing potholes in the Goose Spit area in June. Image supplied

Pothole work slated for Goose Spit area in Comox

Regional district working on Hawkins Road a four-day period

The CVRD will be fixing potholes in the Goose Spit area in June. Image supplied
A peaceful gathering to support Black Lives Matter is planned for June 6 at Simms Park in Courtenay. (Black Press Media photo)

Black Lives Matter events planned for Courtenay

Peaceful gatherings are scheduled for Simms Park Friday and Saturday

A peaceful gathering to support Black Lives Matter is planned for June 6 at Simms Park in Courtenay. (Black Press Media photo)
Mayor Russ Arnott is taking a medical leave. Coun. Ken Grant will fill in as mayor. File photo

Arnott taking medical leave as Comox mayor

Coun. Ken Grant will step in a mayor for time being

Mayor Russ Arnott is taking a medical leave. Coun. Ken Grant will fill in as mayor. File photo
RCMP impounded six vehicles over six days in the Comox Valley (Black Press file photo)

Comox Valley RCMP impound six vehicles in six days in May

All drivers were found to be going at least 47 km/h over the speed limit

RCMP impounded six vehicles over six days in the Comox Valley (Black Press file photo)
The Comox Valley Community Foundation has announced additional funds for non-profits to help families during the COVID-19 health crisis. Stock image

Comox Valley Community Foundation announces more funding for charities

Money goes to organizations working to help people who need it most right now

The Comox Valley Community Foundation has announced additional funds for non-profits to help families during the COVID-19 health crisis. Stock image
Cumberland is being honoured for its historical work. File photo

Cumberland pair honoured with BCHF Award of Merit

Willard, McPhedran win 2019 Award of Merit for Japanese-Canadian project

Cumberland is being honoured for its historical work. File photo
Changes to curbside pickup for residents in Cumberland are in effect as of March 30. File photo

Cumberland has new waste collection service

Emterra begins new collection service as of March 30

Changes to curbside pickup for residents in Cumberland are in effect as of March 30. File photo
Regional fire departments have issued information around burning restrictions in light of COVID-19. File photo

Comox Valley fire departments bring in open fire restrictions

Regional approach aimed at supporting air quality during pandemic

Regional fire departments have issued information around burning restrictions in light of COVID-19. File photo
CAO Russell Dyson. file photo

Comox Valley governments set up level two emergency centre

Centre set up after a collaborative meeting of officials on March 17

CAO Russell Dyson. file photo
Comox Valley RCMP has suspended civilian fingerprinting. Stock image

Comox Valley RCMP suspends civilian fingerprinting

The temporary move affects job applicant, potential volunteers

Comox Valley RCMP has suspended civilian fingerprinting. Stock image
Goalie Brandon Naidu picked up the win for the Glacier Kings’ final win of the season. Comox Valley Record file photo

Comox Valley ends tough VIJHL season with a win

Glacier Kings more than double last year’s win total but miss post-season

Goalie Brandon Naidu picked up the win for the Glacier Kings’ final win of the season. Comox Valley Record file photo