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Movie night memories

There's no business like show business - or in the case of John Paul Jones, the movie theatre business. "It's a happy business," Jones said. "You make people happy. You escape from reality. The skinny little runt becomes Arnold for an hour.

Ex-EDO hired as District deputy administrator

Brent Leigh is coming back to the District of Squamish.

Waldorf school holds info sessions

Every now and then, as the teacher read her story, she tapped out a series notes on a mini xylophone-like instrument and sang out a vowel sound. After a few times, all the parents in the room were singing out the vowel sounds too.

Tested at the top

Jennifer Galloway does it all. She dances, sings, teaches, studies difficult high school academics, and plays the piano - with an emphasis on the piano.

Home Depot coming to town

Big box store going into Business Park next to Wal-Mart John French Chief Staff Writer The world's largest home improvement retailer wants to build one of its big box outlets in Squamish.

Man convicted of manslaughter in downtown beating death

VANCOUVER-A Squamish man is in custody awaiting sentencing after being convicted of manslaughter. Jesse Andy, aged 32, was tried at Vancouver Supreme Court for the Sept. 8, 2003, killing of Gary Wray in Squamish.

Go wireless at the Hot Spot

A Hot Spot in Squamish is focused on conquering the digital divide. Hot Spot, at 38027 Cleveland Ave.

ABOUT TOWN: On with the show!

How great it is to finally have our own theatre in Squamish and it is opening night tonight. Tomorrow (Oct. 9) the Garibaldi 5 Stadium Cinemas is having a special screening of Shrek 2 at 10 a.m.

Charges stayed in campground assaults

Victims say testimony wouldn't be solid after more than a year John French Chief Staff Writer This was supposed to be the week that three Americans were to see justice served after they were attacked and beaten more than a year ago.

One last bash in the old crooked building

"Everything moves. You've got to move with it. Nothing can be the same." So said Harold Halverson Saturday night (Oct. 2) at the last big bash at the Squamish Elks' Lodge, a building that has literally moved with the times.
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