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Sechelt couple dances to silver

In sports, extra effort often pays off in dividends. That was true forBobMackie and Louise Parkerfrom Sechelt, who took home asilver medal in the square dancing competition at the Huntsman World Senior Games on Oct. 9.

SIB members prepare to demolish residential school

"The tears of the ancestors are raining down on us," said councillor Robert Joe to those gathered in the cold rain in front of the last residential school building on Sechelt Indian Band (SIB) lands.

Terrific Tree Festival now a two-day event

Trees are vital to us, as an attractive element in our communities and gardens, as a source of wood for many uses, as providers of fruit and nuts and, above all, as the lungs of the earth, cleansing the air we breathe.

Round trips depleted on route three

Sunshine Coast residents are reacting with outrage to B.C. Ferries' announced cancellation of some Saturday night and Sunday morning sailings on route three (Horseshoe Bay to Langdale).

Class size and composition vetted by school board

Superintendent of Schools Deborah Palmer spoke about Bill 33 requirements on class size and composition within School District No. 46 (SD46) at their monthly board meeting Tuesday night.

Lab services may be transferred

Medical laboratory technologists are concerned that patient care could be compromised if Vancouver Coastal Health's (VCH) proposed solution to work overloads moves ahead. At a meeting Oct. 1, St.

On the bus, off the bus

In their current exhibition of work at the Gibsons Public Art Gallery, Donna Balma (On the Bus) and FrancineDesjardins (Off the Bus) show that inspiration can be found on - and off - public transit.

Dog recovering from sad life inside a chicken coop

It was possibly one of the worst cases of neglect the Sunshine Coast SPCA's Shannon Broderick has ever seen.

Elphinstone electors face voting trek

Many Elphinstone residents will have to drive, bus or ride more than 10 kilometres in order to vote in Tuesday's federal election.

Harbour authority reflects on 'learning experience'

Despite the breakdown in negotiations with Coastal Link Ferries (CLF), the Gibsons Landing Harbour Authority (GLHA) said they remain open to proposals for a passenger ferry service to run out of the government wharf.
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