Sarah Simpson

Sarah Simpson Column: Siblings are the best (and the worst, by default)

If my brother-in-law wanted a walk, he was going to have to work for it.

Mill Bay students holding out hope for a more traditional graduation

Disappointment likely looms, according to a SD79 report

Cowichan grads to have creative graduation ceremonies

All district secondary schools are all at different stages in their planning.

Lake Flashback: Museum preserves future, new hope for a pool, and a murder

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

Aquatic Centre renovations starting soon

More space promised for crowded fitness and aquatic areas

Sarah Simpson column: Bigger isn’t always better

One item there was a two-foot-tall candy cane.

RCMP remind drivers of school zone safety as classes resume

Keep your foot off the gas or police might get their hands…

Mill Bay students petition for formal graduation

“We have a few realistic ideas in mind that could provide a safe and healthy grad celebration”

Sarah Simpson Column: What happens when kids make the rules

Growing up, my family spent many a summer cruising the Gulf and…

Lake Cowichan to see 3% tax increase

Mayor Peters takes personal leave of absence

Lake Flashback: Rayner case reopened, new forest co-op, golf course saved

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

Sarah Simpson Column: On the merits of Donkey Kong

Yep, I wanted my nearly six-year-old, to play video games.

With many caveats, SD79 preparing to re-open schools

B.C. parents will have the option of sending their children back to…

Town of Lake Cowichan’s river rules contradict CVRD’s hope for recreation opportunities

Lake Cowichan Mayor Rod Peters said the message is “Stay safe, stay…

New North Cowichan/Duncan RCMP detachment cost estimate up to $49 million

North Cowichan council adopts financial plan

Town of Lake Cowichan tax increase to be lower than originally planned

Pandemic changes Lake Cowichan council’s minds

RCMP stop to thank their volunteers during National Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week was April 19-25 and the Lake Cowichan RCMP wanted…

Lake Flashback: Gold in Youbou, hard times with the hatchery, and March Meadows money

Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old…

Sarah Simpson Column: Big Wheel comes through in a big way for Cowichan hospital workers

Dave Dhaliwal lived in the Cowichan Valley for 50 years

What you said (back before COVID-19): Garden tool grabber sparks frustration on Facebook

The accompanying Facebook post had members of the community fuming.