Lexi Bainas

VIDEO Stone Poets just folk enough, just contemporary enough to cover a lot of ground

You’ll enjoy relaxing to the sounds of these three talented musical storytellers

Get those tickets now for ‘The Magician’s Nephew’: they’re going fast

The first, chronologically of the Narnia Chronicles, tells how it all began

LAKE FLASHBACK: Bonus fun today: how many can you identify from this 1979 Little League All-Star team?

We’ve also got stories about fresh water, clean water, and LCSS passing its test

$5K trailer stolen from Cowichan Bay Road property

Trailer was stolen overnight between July 10-11

Cowichan salmon projects get provincial, federal funding

It’s all about ensuring more water supply for the Cowichan River: a subject everyone is talking about

VIDEO: Kaily Adams wins $300 top prize in Duncan Has Talent dance finals

Esmee Rush takes second place, and Kaydence Winter wins third spot with fine performances

39 Days in Duncan replies to criticism of new rules for children at festival’s entertainment events

It’s all about respect for the performers and audience: 39 Days folks say

VIDEO: ‘Convoy for Wilder’ brought little boy’s sandbox to life in memory of boy killed in driveway

Gravel trucks, police cars, farm equipment, motorcycles, cement mixers: all part of the convoy

VIDEO: Traditional Highland dancing showcased in Cowichan in ‘Scottish Pride’

Kathy White Island Highland Dance Academy presents year end show

LEXI BAINAS COLUMN: Top Canadian blues, a sultry songfest with Summer, lots of Wednesday fun during July and August

There’s plenty of entertainemnt going on in Duncan this month. Look around, you’ll almost trip over it

Long-term care home The Hamlets now under construction in Duncan

With a mixture of public and private beds, the facility offers seniors neighbourhood-style living

VIDEO: David James and Big River please big Duncan crowd with Canada Day show

When the songs include, ‘I Walk the Line’, ‘A Boy Named Sue’ and ‘Daddy Sang Bass’, you have to join in

Father’s Day tractor show a hit at BC Forest Discovery Centre

There’s just something about old iron that brings out the guys. All…

Sundays are special at The 39 Days of July in Duncan

With kids day, gospel Sunday, the bellydancing extravaganza and more, you can’t miss them

VIDEO: Friends of Paldi come home for huge 100th anniversary celebration

The delicious aroma of food, and the happy chatter of old friends, the party was huge success

49 Cowichan groups urge local governments to declare climate emergency

Local governments are told they are “where the rubber hits the road” when it comes to doing anything

LAKE FLASHBACK: School still needed, sidewalks still needed, and two great guys hit retirement together

Sidewalks and streets in need of repair: every municipality in the world must hear that plea regularly

Tag, and you’re in for it: Mounties investigating thousands in graffiti damage in Duncan

A series of spray can attacks have damaged several downtown businesses

VIDEO: Owner says derelict duplexes on Neva Road may be salvageable, property to be developed

Sitting between the top of Macdonald and Neva Roads, these buildings are a long-time eyesore