Diana Hutton

Green gifts for 12 days

In the past, people celebrated not just Christmas day itself, but also the eleven days following

Lake Cowichan woman meets the Dalai Lama

Lake Cowichan woman has audience with world spiritual leader

Former mayor leaves legacy of service

Earle Darling’s celebration of life to be held Saturday May 31 in Saanich

Your doorway to good health

Special treatment: Health & wellness fair ready to help, meet new primary care unit and all options available to Cowichan Lake residents

Cyber bullying? Time to Let it Die

Student filmmakers take to YouTube to tackle youth problem

Honeymoon Bay market-goers confident Cabin Fever is catching

Getting prepared: Annual event bridges the craft fair gap between Christmas and summer

An E-asy alternative in the battle to quit smoking?

Lighting up: Controversial e-cigarettes catching on in Cowichan

Road of caring carries small-town girl home

Sarah Debodt: Lake Cowichan grad returns after a decade away to help people in her hometown

Last stand for the playground

Palsson school: Fundraising drive at a crucial juncture

Batting 1,000, one pet at a time

Animal rescue society: Meet Smudge the cat, the thousandth pet helped in seven years

A warm welcome and pie await you at local seniors’ centre

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but in Lake Cowichan at least, there’s a lunch that’s homemade and served up with plenty of TLC

A family reunited, over 50 years of separation

A family's reunion — 50 years in the making and jail time served

The moment that changes everything

Motor vehicle accidents; they happen in a heartbeat and change lives forever

A.B. Greenwell a school in action

Student leaders learn a variety of games and activities that incorporate everything from healthy eating, to sports, to school spirit.

Great Lake Walk adds new team option

Here’s your chance to deck out the minivan, grab your buddies or the crew from work and spend a day doing something you’ll never forget.

Fraser Institute gives LCSS an ‘A’

Think tank, has released its newest school report card and this time-out Lake Cowichan Secondary School got an 'A'

Lady of Lake ambassador program a journey of self discovery, confidence building

Today’s Lady of the Lake ambassador program is a vibrant journey of self discovery, confidence building and community involvement.

Cowichan Lake has new doctor

A community pulls together: GP chooses to relocate his practice to Lake Cowichan

Five acres and independence

It is a dream as old as our country itself: to carve out a living from a piece of land that you can call your own

Christmas town in miniature

Christmas town — in miniature — up to 142 buildings and about 750 to 800 people.