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It's just a two-night run but the sixth annual Youthfest presented by the Squamish Youth Theatre at the Eagle Eye Theatre tonight (March. 24) and Saturday (March 25) at 8 p.m. each night will be a real crowd pleaser for all ages.

Remembering lives lost

Heidi VanLith Special to The Chief The Sea to Sky Highway is infamous for its incredible beauty and equally for its deadly accidents.

Arena plan faces uncertainty

David Burke whistler question Whistler officials are proceeding with plans for a Paralympic sledge hockey arena in Whistler Village in spite of expressions of desire from some officials who attended the 2006 Games in Italy to see some or all of the h

Taxes up 4 per cent so far

Faced with the task of deciding on $2 million in staff wishes outside the core budget, Squamish council tentatively approved $532,000 in spending over and above core budget expenditures during a committee of the whole meeting Tuesday (March 21).

A nod to local volunteers

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] A local organization is being heralded as a shining example of successful volunteerism. Communities that Care (CTC) is a finalist in the 19th annual Volunteer Vancouver Recognition Awards.

Mamquam gets potter

Allan Bishop Special to The Chief Mamquam Elementary School students from Kindergarten through to grade 6 are getting their hands dirty making clay art.

Businesses to decide on BIA

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] A downtown business initiative first suggested over a decade ago may be weeks away from going through.

Carney's under fire at landfill

Steven Hill [email protected] Residents living and working out by the municipal landfill have been voicing concern over talk about moving Carney's Organic Recycling business from the Industrial Park to a site adjacent to the landfill.

Marketing to the world

Sylvie Paillard [email protected] Squamish will achieve a higher profile well before 2010 if a new tourism development initiative is a success.

Thieves rip through walls in B&E

Steven Hill [email protected] Local RCMP are seeking information regarding a break-in at the Magic Wok restaurant, which extended through walls to neighbouring buildings.
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