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Don't put up with sleep disruption

So, have you recovered yet from the switch to daylight saving's time? Or are you still having trouble getting yourself out of bed in the morning? Although the adjustment is slight and easily made, what you've been through is called Situational Circad

Last chance to get wild for art

The Wild at Art Festival continues tomorrow (March 14) at the West Coast Railway Heritage Park. There is live music in the Gallery with Karen Fowlie on stage at noon, followed by the Jocelyn Band at 12:45 p.m. Brian Robertson entertains at 1:30 p.m.

Italian food - now that's amore

I can trace my love for Italian food back to one day, in the fourth grade, when I fell off my bike in front of Mrs. Irvassi's house.

Responsible dog owner's prayer

As we lay our heads to sleepWe pray our walking trails to keepSafe from all the doggie dooThat's not picked up by owners whoFeel it's their God-given rightTo leave a mess where'er they might.

Reference to Chief gondola sparks old fury

The Stawamus Chief looms over Squamish as nature's overstatement. Climbers spend hours picking out heart-pumping routes; children draw pictures of its jagged peaks, and developers dream of a gondola.

Back to reality

As the Olympics rapidly fade into the rearview mirror, we need to address some of the nagging questions that were temporarily ignored by Mission Control over on Second Avenue.

VANOC spins again

Do you feel out of the loop when it comes to knowing how your life will be impacted during the Olympics? There may be a good reason for that.

Here today, gone tomorrow

A little more than a year ago, I bought a new dream computer. My old one had just become increasingly unable to handle the demanding applications I used on a daily basis.

Editorial: A case equality

Monday (March 8) marks the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day, andthe timing could not be better as so many Canadians still ride the high of the 2010 Winter Games medal count, due in large part to women athletes. On Feb.

Thanks for nothing

To the town of Squamish and directed at Municipal Hall. Today after waiting two months, I found out the city of Squamish will not be paying to repair my damaged rim/tire that was caused by a ridiculously deep pothole turning into Clark Drive.