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Betty Kiloh is 2013's precious Golden Girl

It's not every day St. Mary's Hospital gets to host royalty, but this weekend was a rare exception when Betty Kiloh, this year's Gibsons' Golden Girl, received her title in her hospital room.

Local teen places fifth at Miss Teen Canada

Former Chatelech Secondary School student Sian Slingerland came in fifth place in the Miss Teen Canada beauty pageant recently, ahead of 60 other contestants vying for the title.

Record number of artists work on mandala

Bees are the theme of this year's mandala, which a record 600 community members helped paint this past week at the end of Roberts Creek Road.

Help save the Little Legion

Roberts Creek Legion Branch 219, like many other Legions in the country, is in serious financial trouble. The branch needs to attract new members and increase regular income for the long-term.

We work together, we paddle together

"Paddles up" was the action we were told to do by our skipper when we arrived back in Porpoise Bay after a three-day canoe journey up Sechelt Inlet. With this action we sang the shíshálh múyuk grizzly bear song.

Endowment supports youth athletes

With increases in fees in sports for youth, the Sunshine Coast community is relying on organizations such as the Sunshine Coast KidSport chapter more and more.

Coastal sand ecosystems to be celebrated

Along the Sunshine Coast, you can find unique sand ecosystems that are rare in B.C. Coastal sand ecosystems are a combination of sand and plants -with the plants often scattered in patches on beaches, spits and dunes.

Bigger and better than ever

Here's your chance to meet and greet your neighbours, show off your art or Sandy Hook-based business, take a boat ride on the Inlet, enjoy a picnic, sell those things in your garage, entertain your kids or grandkids, and listen to a live DJ and live

Jellyfish project reaches thousands of students

Story: Mindil Beach Markets (MBM) is taking environmentalism to the next generation through the Jellyfish Project, and their message is starting to reach the masses.

RCMP Musical Ride canters onto the Coast July 30

Dashing officers in red serge, brilliant black horses and cavalry manoeuvres set to rousing music -the one and only RCMP Musical Ride is coming for the first time ever to the Lower Sunshine Coast for a performance July 30.