Renee Andor

Julia Garford hopes to return to the volleyball court someday.

Ongoing cancer battle for Vanier alumna

Former Towhee star could face amputation should body reject latest bone replacement

Julia Garford hopes to return to the volleyball court someday.
This book was borrowed from the Courtenay library 30 years ago and was only recently returned to the Prince George library

Book returned 30 years later

$100 enclosed to cover late fees from overdue library book

This book was borrowed from the Courtenay library 30 years ago and was only recently returned to the Prince George library

Gravel pit recommendations forwarded to ministry

Part of an area off Bevan Road included in an application to…

Cumberland considering stance on tanker traffic

Delegation asks council to follow lead of other communities

Comox Valley Project Watershed’s Don Chamberlain clutches an adult summer chinook in preparation for data gathering at Puntledge River Hatchery.

High temperatures, low snowmelt, could spell disaster for fish stocks

Salmon fishing in waters off the Comox Valley is outstanding this year,…

Comox Valley Project Watershed’s Don Chamberlain clutches an adult summer chinook in preparation for data gathering at Puntledge River Hatchery.
Fair Vote Canada

Local chapter of Fair Vote Canada

Comox Valley residents interested in reforming Canada’s voting system are invited to…

Fair Vote Canada
A spike in kennel cough has local veterinary offices busy.

Comox Valley kennel cough concern

A flare-up of kennel cough, or canine cough, is going around the…

A spike in kennel cough has local veterinary offices busy.
Paula Wild signs copies of her book The Cougar: Beautiful

Record columnist wins international award for her book on cougars

Courtenay writer Paula Wild’s most recent book won a gold in the…

Paula Wild signs copies of her book The Cougar: Beautiful
Comox Valley teacher Gail Martindale will give school supplies to Haitian teachers as she leads seminars in Port au Prince and Jacmel

Valley teacher heads to Haiti on volunteer mission

A Comox Valley teacher is one of just three Canadian teachers heading…

Comox Valley teacher Gail Martindale will give school supplies to Haitian teachers as she leads seminars in Port au Prince and Jacmel
The late Mary Oliver or ‘Mary O’ (far left) was well-known for her volunteer work in the Comox Valley. Dianne Bruon

Valley loses a shining light with passing of Mary O

 Whether it was organizing hot lunches, patrolling Comox Valley streets or dropping…

The late Mary Oliver or ‘Mary O’ (far left) was well-known for her volunteer work in the Comox Valley. Dianne Bruon

School emergency program makes strides

Comox Valley schools will  be more prepared to handle an emergency, such…

Topham top man on Cumberland pay scale

Mayor cost taxpayers less than $25K, pay and expenses combined

Carley Cofield

MMVAs another step for local dancer

Dancing with Hedley on national television part of the process for Carley Cofield

Carley Cofield

Atmosphere Gathering gets approval from Cumberland council

Summer concert and festival coming to the village in August

Cumberland's Joan Foley talks via Skype with her British brother Dave Minns and his wife Pat

Siblings connect, more than six decades later

Cumberland senior discovers she has a brother after death of their father

Cumberland's Joan Foley talks via Skype with her British brother Dave Minns and his wife Pat
The Youth and Ecological Restoration program's Wendy Kotilla teaches past program participant Matt Rye about salmon monitoring in MIllard Creek.

Local youth program celebrates milestone

Ten years ago, Wendy Kotilla started a program merging restorative justice and…

The Youth and Ecological Restoration program's Wendy Kotilla teaches past program participant Matt Rye about salmon monitoring in MIllard Creek.
Puntledge generating station

Low water levels could force Puntledge generating station shutdown

BC Hydro may need to shut down its Puntledge River generating station…

Puntledge generating station
Grade 12 G.P. Vanier engineering student Sandra Puga eyes up the roof of the scale model house she built using computer programs

Students bask in 3D printing technology

From model houses to working jet engines - 3D printers have near limitless potential

Grade 12 G.P. Vanier engineering student Sandra Puga eyes up the roof of the scale model house she built using computer programs

Interest in Lantzville independent school on the rise among Comox Valley parents

Info session planned for June 17 to gauge interest in bus route from Courtenay

Atmosphere festival hopes to gather in Village Park

Scout park out, Village park in as venue of choice for organizers