Lexi Bainas

Indian Day School students looking at $10K apiece in new compensation agreement

Individual students could get as much as $10K each, but must meet criteria

VIDEO: Harpdog Brown grinds out the blues at Osborne Bay Pub March 22

With his new band, he’s still offering a vintage vibe, just a different vintage!

VIDEO: Bright red dresses wave forlornly in the wind at rescheduled event

Remembering missing and murdered women, red dresses offer mute memorial

Rush, Fryer move forward to ‘World of Dance’ duels starting March 17

Starting this Sunday, the head-to-head faceoffs against other teams begin on the big show

Don’t miss ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time’

Superb performances are making this Mercury Players production a sellout show

This week, we’ve got the Trans Canada Trail, furious loggers, and a well-known councillor leaves office

On top of everything else, there’s a great picture from 2009 that proves snow in March not uncommon

Lake Days co-chair clears up misconception about possible cancellation

If you want to learn more about Cowichan Lake Days 2019, go to the meeting March 20

Will Cowichan Lake Days be cancelled?

It’s up to local folks to decide the future of the celebration

VIDEO: Fabulous dancing, singing, and instrumental music wind up 70th Cowichan Music Festival

The second of two Highlights Concerts features a superb parade of Valley talent

Indoor markets continue to build momentum at 50+ Centre

Now, an even wider variety of vendors can take part. Check it out

Shortage of candidates fells long-running Lady of the Lake contest at Lake Cowichan

But, a way may be found to continue the event as an ‘ambassador’ program

VIDEO: Sun shines on Duncan’s 2019 International Women’s Day events

With presentations and speeches by young and old, the day included a lot of good advice for everyone

Buckman Coe in Duncan this month

With a new release just out, it’s a great time to hear him

SD79 gets $1.67 million to make schools ‘safe’ and ‘comfortable’

MLA Doug Routley is pleased to see maintenance projects moved to front burner

Lexi Bainas column: Congratulations Leslie and Co. for another great celebration

Where would the music festival be without its tireless volunteers?

Robyn Gray is new SD 79 superintendent

With a background that includes successful initiatives in early literacy, she’s starting work April 1

VIDEO: First highlights concert offers delightful afternoon of singing and dancing

The Cowichan Music Festival winds up its 70th annual season this week

Cowichan Lake already at August lows — drought worries high

The Cowichan Stewardship Roundtable has reported that Cowichan Lake is only about…