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Students and schools to be watched on video

Students and teachers in Howe Sound schools can now be monitored by the ever-present eye of a video camera after School District No. 48 (SD 48) trustees passed a motion allowing schools to use video surveillance at their discretion.

SSU bridge under way next month

Construction of a bridge connecting the Garibaldi Highlands to the future site of the Sea to Sky University (SSU) will start by the end of next month.

Squamish climbing then and now in spotlight at VIMFF

In what promises to be a journey through the evolution of climbing in B.C.

Trap laid in Brackendale for garbage bear

At least one bear has woken up from winter hibernation and has been roaming the neighbourhood of Brackendale in search of a meal.

ABOUT TOWN: go back in time for tea at Heritage Park

The West Coast Railway Heritage Park is nearing the end of Heritage Week with a lovely old fashioned Heritage Tea Saturday (Feb. 21) from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Bowling alley between operators

Garibaldi Lanes is marking 40 years in the community, but it isn't a very happy birthday.

Squamish author in The Vicious Circle

John Moore has a way with words. The Squamish writer is the author of three novels: The Blue Parrot, Three of a Kind and The Flea Market, and he'll soon share his work through public readings in Whistler.

Hwy. 99 could bypass Squamish

MOT rejects plan, but District Transportation Committee recommends it for long-term John French Chief Staff Writer The Ministry of Transportation (MOT) has a plan on the books to create a bypass that would let Whistler-bound motorists drive right aro

A sweet Valentine's surprise

Forget chocolates and flowers: one Sea to Sky resident found the way to her parents' heart is by hitting the jackpot. Dr. Sheldon Goldberg and his wife Debbie were the lucky recipients of a winning BC Set for Life ticket Saturday (Feb. 14).

They could be skating by summer

The sound of spinning skateboard wheels carving up the rails and banks of a brand new skate park in Squamish could become a reality as early as this summer.