Neil Horner

Time to think about Christmas wine

It’s not too early to consider Christmas wine production — if you want the good stuff

Fire bans – most places still limited

Qualicum Beach lifts ban, but rest of region is still no-fire territory

Events geared for support of Whibley family

Oceanside Generals to donate proceeds from exhibition game Aug. 31; silent auction there too

SHIPPING NEWS:Fisherman saved in the nick of time

Crew from 19 Wing Comox scrambled to rescue ailing worker

Tragedy at the falls

Teenager perishes in swimming accident at Little Qualicum Falls Friday

Is it time for Coombs-Errington to incorporate?

Regional district director for that area uses some tough language to describe current representation set-up

Pool and rink will be open next Family Day

Regional district directors from Parksville Qualicum Beach area and RDN staff took some heat last year when facilities were closed

MLA Fraser raises concerns in Leg over Parksville health care facility

Health Minister Terry Lake said the facility will be phased in with regards to the services it offers

HORNER’S CORNER: Okay, so where do I sign up?

If Stephen Harper has an enemies list, I would be proud to be on it

Beach Day in Qualicum Beach a big success

Residents and visitors alike enjoyed the baking heat of a July summer's day to check out what the local oceanfront has to offer

Boat overboard!

Although drivers were inconvenienced, there were no injuries related to the mishap Friday on the Inland Highway near Parksville

HORNER’S CORNER: Following the fruit fly example

Are we not smart enough to change course when we see there's a cliff ahead?

Down in the hole

When rapelling into the Rain Barrel you need to just feel the fear and do it anyway

SHIPPING NEWS: Hiker rescued from shore

Rescue team from Comox called in when woman ran into trouble

Large haul of weapons turned in

Gun amnesty sees First World War weapons handed over to the RCMP

Standing O for The Drowsy Chaperone

Review-Neil Horner laughed “long, loud and often” at the Bard to Broadway production at the Village Theatre

Kwalikum grads get their diplomas

A total of 124 graduates had their tassels turned in Qualicum Beach as they prepared to begin the next chapter in their lives

Province won’t help

Forests minister turns down request for help in the effort to clean up the trash at the base of Little Mountain near Parksville

When should First Nations be recognized?

Regional District of Nanaimo directors debate whether it should be at every meeting

A Lucky rider who cares

Rod and Gun in Parksville, Frontiersman in Coombs and Deez in Qualicum Beach on the list of stops