Power lines dip treacherously after Sunday’s strong winds knocked large pieces of deadwood onto the line.
The district track meet in Squamish got lucky with its weather.
Someone was practicing their glass breaking at the liquor store last week. RCMP are investigating.
A new BBQ ready to be installed at Alta Lake Wayside Park.
Sarah, Wendy and Sid try to decide what to do with that nosy photographer during a party Friday.
Arnold Palmer chats with the crowd towards the close of the official ceremony at the Whistler Golf Course.
A chopper spins and dips above Whistler benchlands as the lowest lift of the three chair north face lift system is installed from top down.
Casey Simpson, Eric Bredt, Devin Turner, Rachel Roberts, Corinne Valleau & Stephanie Simpson head out for their sprint with Terry Alway & Alex Marshall officiating.
Phase II Parcel 16 takes shape with Whistler Chairlift N-14 rising through the trees on the left.
Heavy Duty flat deck pulls out the last of two trailers that served as council chambers before Town Centre road construction forced the move.
With a landscaped area, seed for lawn and new curbing in, Sunshine Place takes on a new look. Paving will add a finishing touch and should be completed by the end of July.
Myrtle Philip looks on as Greg Beauregard receives the first ever Myrtle Philip Award. Mother Pat smiles proudly.
Not to be outdone by the Myrtle Philip staff who were in last week’s paper, the staff from Signal Hill Elementary School in Pemberton pose for The Question.
Contestants for the Miss Pemberton Contest look on as BC Minister of Highways, Alex Fraser, explains the provincial grant for Pemberton Airport.
Madeline Domries and her pal Curly Jones wait with great expectations for their fourth prize at Dog Days in the Village Square.
Dressed up at the Alta Lake Community Club Roaring Twenties Pot Luck Dinner, left to right: Max Maxwell, Kelly Maxwell, Diane Smith and Ken Domries.
Susan McCance will run Whistler’s new daycare program.
A chopper heads out with a bucket of water to help squelch the recent forest fire in Cheakamus.
Jan Naylor displays some of the strawberries now ready for picking at the Naylor Berry Farm 3 km north of Pemberton.
Stubborn as a mule! In spite of the efforts of the ‘D’Arcy Prospectors’ this donkey refused to cross the BCR tracks during the Pemberton Parade in celebration of Canada week.
New stop signs often get ignored so the municipality placed reminders in front of this sign on the intersection of Rainbow, Matterhorn and Camino Drive.
Not even the rain stopped these kids from a practice paddle on Alta Lake for the Whistler Country Guides Kids Races. Bad weather postponed the races to Saturday, July 3 at 9:30 at Wayside Park.
Long-time Whistler residents Paul Mathews and Margot Sutcliffe shared a smile on their wedding day Saturday, June 25 at Whistler. Over 150 guests joined the celebration at the Sundial Restaurant.
This house has found its new home on the streets of Whistler.
Round and round and round they danced in celebration of summer. Whistler’s first Midsummer Fest, June 25-26, caught the imagination of hundreds, whether they were Scandinavian or not.
Toni Sailer, six-time Olympic gold medalist, comes to Whistler from Austria every year to run the ski camp.
Dave Murray and Floyd Wilkie have a pre-session consultation at the base of the t-bar.
The Tapley’s Pub softball team poses for a group photo.
Ken Harrop of Singapore Airlines showed his staff and took to the air Saturday during the obstacle race – part one of the three-part Battle of the Travel Stars. Thirty-seven travel agents took part in the two-day fun-filled FAM tour of Whistler.
Scandinavian dancers and musicians filled the village over the weekend for traditional Midsummer festivities. Saturday and Sunday afternoon dancers in garb of the old country whirled about Village Square to folk tunes.
Pemberton Mayor Shirley Henry officially opened the Pemberton Museum Saturday with help from West Vancouver-Howe Sound MLA John Reynolds and his wife Yvonne. Museum curator Margaret Fougberg says most of the collection, which features artifacts dating from the 1860s until the 1950s, was donated by townspeople. The museum building itself has a long history. It was built around 1895 and has been moved twice. It’s permanent location is on Prospect Street in Pemberton.
Whistler Mountains’ miniature golf course at the gondola opened last week and immediately attracted a steady following. The 18-hole course costs $2 a round for adults, $1 for children and is open all day.
Grade seven students went on a computer tour Friday, visiting municipal computers, Twin Peaks Property Management computers and the phototypesetting systems used by the Whistler Question. Pauline Wiebe, Question typesetter, shows students how the machine works.
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