Tyson Jones

Town of Lake Cowichan says new water meters are doing job

Saving a few dollars: Rates drop for those staying within use limit

Local golf star Dawn Cow-Jones follows her shot through in Round 1 at the 2001 BMWO.

Bad break keeps Coe-Jones away from ceremony

New honour: Cowichan Lake’s best-known athlete is very excited to be the newest member of the B.C. Sports Hall of Fame

Local golf star Dawn Cow-Jones follows her shot through in Round 1 at the 2001 BMWO.
A Lake Cowichan School girl’s junior volleyball player returns the ball to the visiting Chemainus high school team at the LCS gym on Oct. 3.

Lake Cowichan School volleyball side honing its craft in preparation for Island qualifier

Junior girls: team looks strong and deep this year

A Lake Cowichan School girl’s junior volleyball player returns the ball to the visiting Chemainus high school team at the LCS gym on Oct. 3.
Jenny Fawcett will be cutting her hair during her Losing My Locks for Tour de Rock fundraiser event.

Head shave has deep meaning for Lake Cowichan mom

Cops For Cancer: Son celebrating five years cancer-free

Jenny Fawcett will be cutting her hair during her Losing My Locks for Tour de Rock fundraiser event.

Pieces coming together for new health team

November targeted: Crowd gets to hear what a nurse practitioner can do as more feedback collected

Lake Cowichan’s Duncan Brown speaks at a May 2012 School District 79 Board meeting prior to being dismissed for failing to pass a balanced budget.

School trustee vote to wait until 2014

Minister cites costs in reversal: Fired trustee says the election should have been held a year ago

Lake Cowichan’s Duncan Brown speaks at a May 2012 School District 79 Board meeting prior to being dismissed for failing to pass a balanced budget.
Kenzie Roberts accepts the Wes Thomas Award from teacher Sean Battye

There is no curbing Kenzie’s enthusiasm

Solid citizen: LCSS grad’s zestful approach to school leads to a pair of honours

Kenzie Roberts accepts the Wes Thomas Award from teacher Sean Battye
The Rogers family in the shallows below Ohtaki Park make it a family outing at last year’s river clean-up.

Volunteers needed for Lake Cowichan’s river cleanup

Cleanup crew: The fifth annual Cowichan River cleanup and bottle drive takes place Saturday, August 17.

The Rogers family in the shallows below Ohtaki Park make it a family outing at last year’s river clean-up.
Participants of the canoe race at last year’s Youbou Regatta get off to a great start.

Hundreds expected at Youbou Regatta

Family fun in Youbou: Pancake breakfast, parade and races planned for Saturday, August 10

Participants of the canoe race at last year’s Youbou Regatta get off to a great start.
A thick cloud of dust follows a logging truck entering Youbou.

CVRD and TimberWest in negotiations on the construction of Youbou truck wash

Youbou truck wash: Area I director Pat Weaver hopes the truck wash will be up and running by September

A thick cloud of dust follows a logging truck entering Youbou.
Cheryn Park was recognized as the top physics 12 student and as the top academic student in Grade 12 during Lake Cowichan Secondary School’s year-end awards ceremony.

Park is LCSS’s top graduating academic student

Dreams of a young academic: Lake Cowichan Secondary School grad Cheryn Park hopes to become a doctor

Cheryn Park was recognized as the top physics 12 student and as the top academic student in Grade 12 during Lake Cowichan Secondary School’s year-end awards ceremony.
Visitors from all over Vancouver Island flock to the Cowichan River to enjoy the 2.5- to-3-hour float from Saywell Park in Lake Cowichan to Little Beach on Greendale Road. Between the two tube rental companies in Lake Cowichan

Repeat tubers swell the Lake’s visitor numbers

Tourism in Cowichan Lake a 13.5 percent leap but it’s harder each year to obtain the funds needed to keep the visitor centre operational

Visitors from all over Vancouver Island flock to the Cowichan River to enjoy the 2.5- to-3-hour float from Saywell Park in Lake Cowichan to Little Beach on Greendale Road. Between the two tube rental companies in Lake Cowichan

Choose Cowichan Lake now about more than doctors

Overal health mandate: Community committee receives grant, changes its mission statement

Trio of Duncan doctors to open the walk-in clinic in this same building as the Lake Cowichan Island Pharmacy at 138 South Shore Road (across from the Visitor Centre).

Duncan doctors ready to open clinic in Lake Cowichan

Travel funding sought through VIHA: Trio ready to open walk-in facility on a part-time basis in September

Trio of Duncan doctors to open the walk-in clinic in this same building as the Lake Cowichan Island Pharmacy at 138 South Shore Road (across from the Visitor Centre).
This year’s winner of the Honeymoon Bay Citizen of Merit Award

Peter Ridley named Honeymoon Bay’s Citizen of Merit

Citizen of Merit: Peter Ridley is honoured by the Honeymoon Bay Society for his contributions to the community

This year’s winner of the Honeymoon Bay Citizen of Merit Award