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Dog rescued from bottom of well by Oyster River Fire Department

Mini the chihuahua mix fell more than 20 feet

Campbell River volleyball player invited to national team training camp

Emoni Bush will join Volleyball Canada’s U20 women’s virtual summer program

Campbell Riverite advancing to quarter-finals of Maxim Cover Girl Contest

‘Now it’s do or die time,’ said local model and DJ Kristy Watkins

Defenceman re-signs with Campbell River Storm

Grady Franklin of Deloraine, Man. ready to return to Campbell River

Crowdfunding campaign to repair vandalized driftwood sculpture smashes goal in hours

Sarah the Raptor was found vandalized at its Willow Point perch on June 28

Spirit Square summer concert series hits the road

City of Campbell River to holding a contest to host four concerts in July and August

Local yoga studio transitions outdoors

Willow Point Yoga offering pop-up sessions this summer

‘Our team just got a lot harder to play against’ – Storm announce new signing

Ethan Raudy of Qualicum Beach is also pursuing Junior A opportunities this season

Campbell River teen produces quarantine musical

Ryver Santos Cegnar performed for friends and family over Facebook

New Cedar Elementary remains priority for Board of Education

School was built in 1958 and is among the district’s buildings in the poorest condition

Storm alumnus joins team as assistant coach

‘We will be a top contender in the VIJHL,’ says former player Gavin Rauser, who joins Storm staff

Campbell River hockey player invited to Hockey Canada’s virtual summer training camp

Olivia Knowles just one of 50 women invited to the training camp for the women’s national development team

UPDATE: Campbell River Canadian Tire reopens after weekend flood

Store had been closed Sunday, but the garden centre remained open

Mirror journalist contributes banner to community art initiative

The annual campaign to beautify Campbell River streets is underway. Now we…

Campbell River Board of Education approves pay raises

Remuneration is based on a formula developed by a community-based committee 15 years ago

‘It makes me feel really happy’: Campbell River volleyball player receives prestigious provincial award

Emoni Bush is among 10 B.C. athletes to receive Premier’s Award for Indigenous Youth Excellence in Sport

Discovery Passage Aquarium to open June 27

Maximum of eight visitors allowed at a time, no touch tanks this year

Storm re-signs goal-scorer for next season

Quinn Messer will return to Storm pending Junior A opportunities

Campbell River School District already planning for fall

Phase 3 of B.C.’s Restart Plan would see a return to full-time in-class instruction in September