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Legacies Now sends kids to camp

More than 70 kids in the Sea to Sky corridor will benefit from the 2010 Olympics this summer thanks to a new summer camp program focusing on the arts and recreation.

Car smashes Brackendale store

A would-be thief used his vehicle to break into the Brackendale General Store early Tuesday morning (June 28), then tried to use Alice Lake for a getaway.

Timbertown bear destroyed

CO suggests communal bear-proof bins John French [email protected] A garbage-dependent bear that turned the Timbertown Estates into its own personal fast food outlet had to be killed last Thursday (June 23).

Heritage Park Happenings

Summer has arrived at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park, and it's a great time to come out for a visit. In addition, all our attractions are operating along with some new things to see, as well.

Squamish considers taking Pemberton garbage

The Squamish dump is becoming a popular place.

Strength in numbers

"Together: Strong." This motto propelled the first ever Squamish Relay for Life cancer research fundraiser into surpassing expectations that had already been deemed high.

Squamish rocks competition

It's no secret that Squamish granite offers some of the best climbing in the world, but local crags and boulders have rarely been showcased as they were during last week's third annual Roc Trip competition.

Healing magic

To most, they're just weeds, pretty flowers or background greenery in the forest, but for herbalist Sarah Orlowski, wild plants offer a plethora of uses, from healing with herbs to food you could survive on in the wild.

News briefs

Nexen Beach opens today Nexen Beach is now open for the summer season.

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