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Carney neighbours want odour gone

Steven Hill A delegation of business owners and at least one homeowner on Tuesday (March 7) told Squamish Council they wanted action taken on the odour problem at Carney's Organic Recycling facility.

Three crashes on same day

Briefs from RCMP and Fire Rescue: Steven Hill Local RCMP were put through their paces Friday (March 3) when three separate car accidents occurred within minutes of each other in the evening.

About town

It's Spring Break time and the West Coast Railway Heritage Park invites you and your family to visit the Park and to climb aboard for a "Rail Blast". It's always fun to hop on board the Mini Rail Train Line for a 3 km tour of the entire park.

Still going strong

I would like to say that I took a holiday from the column last week; I was indeed in Portland visiting our son, his wife, daughter (now six-months-old, can sit up alone and has two razor sharp teeth) and baby's other grandmother (visiting from South

Locals angry over 'surprise' recovery house

Brackendale addictions facility creates fear Sylvie Paillard spaillard@squamishchief.

Dispute over Cheakamus steelhead ramps up

Sylvie Paillard B.C. Environment Minister Barry Penner visited the Tenderfoot Hatchery in Squamish Monday (March 6) to deliver good news about the progression of Cheakamus River recovery.

Dorin returns from Torino

Sylvie Paillard Squamish has its work cut out to be prepared for 2010, according to Casey Dorin, Capilano College Squamish Campus dean and a member of the Chamber of Commerce 2010 committee.

Pot smuggling case set over

A Squamish man and two other B.C. men who pleaded guilty to charges related to the smuggling of marijuana across the U.S. border have had their sentencing hearing set over until April 14.

Grant-in-aid denied

Steven Hill A grant-in-aid request from the Howe Sound Ladies Fastpitch league was turned down Tuesday (March 7) by council members.The request of $629.

Whistler enviro group eyes regional IPP study

David Burke Whistler Question A Whistler-based environmental group is seeking municipal funding for a study that the group's leaders hope will help provide unbiased information on the impacts of wide-scale independent power project (IPP) development
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