Paul Rudan

NO REALLY: After 27 years, it’s been a remarkable career

And after 24 years at the Campbell River Mirror, reporter/photographer Paul Rudan is moving on

Comfy new fit for local owners

A group of Campbell River business people are opening up their own furniture store

Ferry crew rescues woman

A woman jumped off the Cortes ferry Tuesday morning, but was saved thanks to the fast-acting crew

Let the digging begin

BC Hydro embarks on $1 billion project in Campbell River on the John Hart Generating Station

The biz has changed so much and now it’s my turn

This was in the days when there was no such thing as paginating a newspaper on a personal computer

Family fights for daughter’s return

B.C. Crown counsel has declined to lay any child abduction charges

Airport Wifi back up

The airport’s Wifi was temporarily down last week, but is back up and running after new equipment was installed

Musicfest@20

The great Bonnie Raitt headlined Saturday’s main stage concert at the 20th anniversary of Vancouver Island Musicfest

Community effort building for new Habitat home in Campbell River

A local construction company, hundreds of volunteers and a dozen film-makers are busy preparing for the next Habitat For Humanity Home

Colouring Campbellton

Jan Sell, co-owner of Mussels and More Pottery on Highway 19A in Campbellton, paints a purple sea star on a wall of her business

City’s gem of a park could use a great new facet

It’s almost 10 o’clock, but the kids are still wide awake and the park is practically filled

Avoid the bin-diving bruins

Forget about the dog days of summer, local conservation officers are still dealing with bears – a lot of bears.

Where you going with all that meat?

The cart was loaded with approximately $150 worth of meat products

Slammin’ whammin’ derby

Campbell River’s Rink Minx blockers put the crunch on the jammer from Chilliwack’s NWO Roller Girls

Innovative literacy program pays off for Sandowne School

Campbell River elementary school receives $5,000 from the Canadian Scholarship Trust Foundation

Woman arrested in connection with death released from custody

Campbell River RCMP say a 39-year-old local woman died from an 'apparent homicide' on Wednesday

Driver hits daycare, OK

POLICE BEAT: Mounties say a driver may have suffered a medical inciden

Cool Canada celebration!

Hot parade goers rejoice as the fire department’s water truck lets loose in downtown Campbell River on steamy Canada Day

BC Hockey honours head ref

Campbell River's Jacqui Harrison got a nice surprise when she showed up at the AGM in Penticton

Let the chips fly

Ryan “Curly” Cook gets busy on his chunk of Douglas Fir during the opening day of Transformations on the Shore