Kim Cook

Variety helps ease burden on Campbell River family whose daughter faces a lifetime of intensive medical care

As 20-month-old Jasmine Tawilah grows, so will her medical bills

Children’s Choir making Campbell River proud

Thirty young singers from the Campbell River Children’s Choir will be traveling to New York this spring

Quinsam Coal mine expansion approved

Coal mine near Campbell River awarded new permit but environmental review could still happen

Organizers gear up for 11th annual Words on the Water

The festival presents the writers’ works as “the written word, as spoken by the author”

Rotary water park project receives another boost

Local Rotarians are one step closer to building a water park in Willow Point this spring

Woman nearly falls for scam

A number of city residents are receiving phone calls from the largest scam currently being perpetrated in Canada

Stabbing trial gets underway

Linda Mitchell, 53, has pleaded not guilty to a charge of second degree murder in the death of Christopher Warren, 55

Thousands stop by Visitor Centre

The Campbell River Visitor Centre saw more than 40,000 visitors through its doors in 2011.

Adult Literacy program growing

The Campbell River Literacy Association has received a boost in provincial funding this year for its Community Adult Literacy Program.

Sayward opening first clinic

The Sayward Community Health Society is celebrating the opening of Sayward’s first medical clinic this Saturday.

POLICE BEAT: Thief pours bleach in home, steals Xbox

Residents of a Westgate home received a triple whammy after discovering a break and enter early Sunday afternoon

Mentor running to support at-risk youth

A Campbell River man is training for a run that will take him from Cape Scott Provincial Park to Victoria

Wild bird rescue society not closing doors any time soon

News of Mountainaire Avian Rescue Society's demise is premature, society's founder says

Carihi students take up Mercer’s Spread the Net Challenge

Fundraising concert set for the Tidemark Theatre Jan. 21

Campbell River Museum director retires

Lesia Davis oversaw major development in the museum's exhibits and reputation

Campbell River region hit by wet and windy start to 2012

January has started with wind and rainfall warnings for the region

Value of homes dropped in 2011

BC Assessment has generally valued Campbell River properties moderately lower this year over last

Cape Palmerston earns her stripes

The controversial Campbell River Coast Guard vessel the Cape Palmerston has proved herself a worthy lifeboat

Derelict boat to become permanent Campbell River shoreline feature

Nobody responsible for removal of boat that ran aground; not owner, not Fisheries

Healthy living advocate to travel Southeast Asia by bottle and bike

Riding a bamboo-frame bicycle which he built himself