Pirjo Raits

Haute couture sculptures fused with steel

East Sooke artist Bev Petow finds her solace and passion in visual metaphors

Getting healthy through exercise at Camosun

This new club might just be what the doctor ordered for some West Shore residents

Honouring a forgotten Olympian

Former Gazette reporter releases a new book after traveling to India

Animal life-saving work continues thanks to donations

New B.C. SPCA thrift store in View Royal kept busy

Today’s Legions are a place to gather in Langford

The doors are open to the entire West Shore community

Wille family memories remain vivid in Colwood

Street names should reflect history and heritage, says Gordon Wille Stewart

Hockey ref sets unique goals in Langford

Belmont secondary student targets players for fundraiser

Soloist set to strike strings in Langford

Fall Sooke Philharmonic Orchestra concert this weekend in Langford

West Shore Parkway taking strides towards completion in Langford

West Shore Parkway project awards consulting contract

Belmont takes on Harlem Crowns in Langford

Friday's basketball game will be entertaining for the entire family

CRD native plant workshop for West Shore residents

Free workshop on gardening with drought resistant native plants

ELECTION PROFILE: Martin Barker

Conservative candidate chosen for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford

Celebrating Metchosin the old-fashioned way

Real country fair attracts thousands to one-day event

West Shore to be second home for orchestra and chorus

Sooke Philharmonic Chorus seeking new voices to join their group

Bluegrass festival is back better than ever

Festival will have square dancing in the big tent at the Sooke Flats

Good Timber honours loggers and the history of the woods

Three performances of musical revue of loggers and the way it was

COLUMN: Charity comes from the heart

It’s the season of giving, while recognizing and appreciating what and who we have in our lives

Column: Future worrisome at any age

A recent survey pointed to the fact that most older folks are not worried about aging. It appears that youngest people are more worried.

Rash of suspicious fires worries Sooke fire chief

Five fires, which Sooke fire Chief Steve Sorensen terms “suspicious” have been set in the Sooke area over the past six months.

Sooke man lucky to be alive after crash in creek

Ron Hamilton knows he is lucky to be alive and he is grateful.