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Where's Waldo?

Where's Waldo?

Actually, we have no idea what this guy's name is, but — like the Where's Waldo phenomenon — it's fun to try to spot him in his leafy hiding place.

Courtenay activist fundraising for another trip to Japan

Courtenay activist Tarah Millen is about to spend months following her passion to save dolphins and whales from slaughter in Japan and Antarctica.
Valour award to Comox Valley constable who risked drowning

Valour award to Comox Valley constable who risked drowning

Despite her limited swimming skills, Nicole Hall put her life on the line in the summer of 2009 when she jumped into the water to assist a teenager who was in distress and who ultimately drowned while scuba diving in the Little River area.

Coun. Tom Grant seeking fourth term in Comox

Coun. Tom Grant in the Town of Comox will seek re-election to council in November.

City will research walking/cycling bridge across Courtenay River

City of Courtenay staff will start looking into the feasibility of building a pedestrian/cycling bridge over the Courtenay River at Sixth Street.
Information sought about alleged counterfeiting

Information sought about alleged counterfeiting

Comox Valley RCMP are asking the public for help in identifying a man suspected of possessing counterfeit money.
'High-calibre humanitarian' earns Governor-General's Academic Medal

'High-calibre humanitarian' earns Governor-General's Academic Medal

Emma Dubé was pretty surprised when she got a phone call from her former principal recently. Luckily, Wayne Friesen had good news: the 17-year-old from Comox is Highland Secondary School's Governor-General's Academic Medal winner as the school's top graduating student.
Large crowd hears charge reduced to second-degree murder

Large crowd hears charge reduced to second-degree murder

Filling it to capacity, James Denton's family and friends packed a Courtenay courtroom Thursday morning to hear the charge for the 16-year-old suspect accused of his death has been changed to second-degree murder.

Talks continuing about better parking for Comox ambulance

Mayor Paul Ives and other Comox representatives who attended last week's Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Vancouver continued discussions with the BC Ambulance Service about an undercover facility to house an ambulance station in Comox.

Comox councillor Arnott wants to build on record

Coun. Russ Arnott is running for a second term on Comox council.
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