Scott Stanfield

Black Creek swimmer wins six medals

Brian Staton won two of his races at nationals

Toll booth down

3L Developments has stopped charging motorists on logging road

Efforts made to mitigate disruption on Fifth Street

Dust control main issue

Multi-media spectacle coming to Courtenay

Nomadic Tempest will help raise funds for Kus-kus-sum

Opinions vary about supportive housing proposal in Courtenay

The idea is to build 46 homes on City-owned land at 988 Eighth.

Lake Trail to be seismically upgraded

The project is a partial replacement that will ensure the entire school will be seismically safer

Comox Valley Foosball looking for players

Comox Valley Foosball is a group of local players who gather once…

Couple, Village at odds over tree removal

Kathy and Don Choiniere are unhappy with a beautification project at the entrance to Cumberland

Dragon boating popular with all ages

Popular water sport fun, competitive

Project Watershed approaches council for show funding

Project Watershed is preparing to host a show performed aboard a replica…

Senior slopitch needs players

Comox Valley league goes twice a week

Cancer support group finds home

City councillor formed group last year

Abel is off to Disney World

Gala event raises $23,000 for Help Fill A Dream

Courtenay car dealer gave back to community

Brian Rice passed away Friday

NIDES robotics team wins world bronze

Valley school had two teams at worlds

U18 Riptide girls win Coastal Cup

Valley team strong contender for BC championship

Wheeldon earns status at Q-school event

Comox golfer ties for seventh on home course

New supportive housing project proposed for Courtenay

A 46-home complex proposed to be built on City-owned land at 988 - Eighth St.

$500,000 gift for Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North

Courtenay Lake Trail build under way; occupancy expected in fall

Rigsby earns second all-conference honour

Courtenay golfer won first tourney this season