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ABOUT TOWN: Last chance for Snow White

It is good to know Hilltop House is open again and that the residents who suffered from the flu are now feeling much better. Hopefully the monthly birthday party on Wednesday (Jan. 21) at 2 p.m. will lift their spirits too.

2003 best-ever year for real estate market

Despite a weak finish, Squamish had its hottest year ever in real estate in 2003, according to statistics from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV).

Outdoor Rec co-ordinator position proposed

The Select Committee on Outdoor Recreation made a bold move this week. The committee decided at its regular meeting on Tuesday (Jan. 13) to recommend that council create a new position and hire someone to spearhead local outdoor recreation issues.

University confident about donation

More details emerged this week of the Sea to Sky University's fundraising initiatives. Peter Ufford, the Sea to Sky University (SSU) project leader, said on Monday (Jan.

Dentville killer out of jail in eight months

Paul Joseph Wucherer, the man charged in connection with the death of Manfred Stewart, was sentenced last month to three years and two months in jail - but will be out in eight months.

Food service workers face axe at SGH

Pink slips to be given soon to 19 more staff

Outdoor Rec co-ordinator position proposed

The Select Committee on Outdoor Recreation made a bold move this week. The committee decided at its regular meeting on Tuesday (Jan. 13) to recommend that council create a new position and hire someone to spearhead local outdoor recreation issues.

Robert Bateman's magic in words

Those who packed into the Brackendale Art Gallery last Saturday (Jan. 10) experienced a rare and special treat. Robert Bateman took us on a journey of slide visuals and commentary, as he related about his art, nature and his concerns for mankind.