Paul Rudan

Avoiding jail leads to more time behind bars

Campbell River 25-year-old has "atrocious record" with at least 28 convictions for breaching court conditions

Stubborn or mentally ill? Elderly man remains behind bars

All that Webster Nicol needs to do is sign a basic court release document and he can walk out of jail

Hundreds of local health workers vote on strike action

More than 400 workers in Campbell River are among the 47,000 across B.C. who are represented by the HEU


Jesse Devlin and the CR DanceXtreme team “brought the house down” during their performance Wednesday at Caripalooza

Former resort caretaker gets 25 years for ‘terrifying’ murder of his wife

Graphic warning: Story contains details that may be disturbing to some readers

Former resort caretaker gets life for killing spouse

Traigo Andretti pleaded guilty to first degree murder in B.C. Supreme Court in Campbell River

Fee structure changes, membership up for Campbell River chamber

The three-tier membership platform was passed at last Thursday’s annual general meeting

Teachers begin limited job action tomorrow

Campbell River union head says their battle is with the province, not the school district

Humanitarian Easter

Owners and staff at Snow Peas Taste of Asia prepared house specialties during their Easter Sunday tea party

Where’s baby sasquatch, wonders comedian Ron James

He’ll soon be on the other side of the Rockies and will return to Campbell River’s Tidemark Theatre

Barrel dash

Campbell River’s Amberle Bakker and her horse round the first barrel during a picture-perfect Sunday in Oyster River

Water levels are improving following a dry winter

After a dry winter, spring precipitation is increasing the snowpack and raising water levels on the Campbell River system

Better sewage treatment or just another tax grab?

I have no doubt that individual septic systems for treating waste in residential neighbourhoods is far from a perfect solution

Job/education expo attracts hundreds

Hundreds of North Island students and others made their way around the gym investigating the different types of jobs,

Spinner winner

Gideon Loeb, 11, watches where the wheel stops so that Brent Jordan (back) can give him a prize

Break-ins, calls for police service drop in Campbell River

Break and enter investigations were also at the lowest level since 2007

First Nations education takes a step forward

The Campbell River Aboriginal Education Advisory Council is leading the way, but the members aren’t content to rest on their laurels

Wrong turn

A firefighter disconnects the battery on a smashed-up Kia whose driver made an ill-advised left turn Thursday morning

Top court denies appeal

Supreme Court of Canada won't hear appeal of two Campbell River men convicted of manslaughter

Tahsis to lose lone police officer

Small West Coast community will receive police services from Gold River, more than 60 km away