October 11th, 2017 ~ Vol. 87 No. 40
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Fall Market winds up successful season
It’s a wrap! The Crowsnest Community Market put on a well-deserved encore with their special Fall Festival-themed market, marking the last one for this year and giving us the closure we all need with the end of summer. Hot apple cider, an orange-speckled patch of pumpkins, scarecrow races, and created the perfect autumn vibe. Kids got messy participating in a community leaf pile play area, a donut-on-a-string eating contest and the jack-o'-lantern scavenger hunt. The market’s chilli cook-off raised $192.25 to help rebuild area ranches which were lost to the Kenow Wildfire.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Council holds last meeting of term
Council passed a motion to approve a policy that outlines the compensation for employees covering short, mid and long-term absences of exempt management employees, like the position of [...]
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Municipal Election Forum for Office of Councillor
It was a rather lukewarm 2017 Municipal Election Forum, as the seven candidates for Office of Councillor generally held the same opinion on the “hot topics” concerning the Pass, perhaps an indication that the [...]
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Stewardship: no fence for Frayne
A group of about a dozen volunteers mucked around in rubber boots to remove a quarter-mile of old, run-down wire fence on the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC) Frayn property.
The fence posed a hazard to [...]
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Tori Wakaluk represents Canada
The World Dance Championships are like the Olympics of dance, and one talented local dancer made it on the national team to represent Team Canada West.
Sixteen-year-old Tori Wakaluk will be flying [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
On Observing Ovis Canadensis
For thirty one years I travelled every day to work to the Line Creek coal mine in the Upper Elk Valley. The road access to that mine goes through a spectacular steep canyon where the beautifully clear Line Creek waters flow through to meet the Fording River. It is hard to describe just how [...]
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NOTICE
Town Talk by Lisa Sygutek
The Alberta Government is seeking public input on the proposed Alberta Cannabis Framework.
Take the anonymous Alberta Government survey and submit your opnion on Cannabis and the proposed Framework for Alberta. (You do not have to have read the Framework to take the survey)
Survey Deadline: Oct. 27, 2017
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Previous Issues
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2017 Municipal Election Forum and candidate Q&A
The Municipal Election Forum, put on by the Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce, will take place on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at the MDM Community Centre at 7 p.m. Lawyer Valerie J. Danielson will moderate the Forum.
Chamber office manager Jackie Woodman says [...]
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Getting to know the Crowsnest Pass’ new educators
Meipsy Shackleford transitioned straight from a long, exciting year of traveling the world to being the new assistant principal at Isabelle Sellon School (ISS). She moved here from Fort McMurray near the beginning of the school year with her [...]
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Summit Home Center marks a milestone
Celebrating 82 years in business and 20 years at their current location, Summit Home Center certainly qualifies for the title of one of Crowsnest Pass’ oldest existing businesses.
Summit Home Center has been a [...]
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Possibility of Boys and Girls Club of CNP merger with Foothills
At a Board Meeting on September 25, The Boys and Girls Club of Crowsnest Pass (BGCCNP) made a formal request to The Boys and Girls Club of the Foothills to consider [...]
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Sinister 7 shows total economic impact
Crowsnest Pass has several outstanding yearly events that leave a profound social and economic stamp on the community: the KRA Rodeo, UROC’s Enduro race, the Crowsnest Heritage Festival.
The Sinister 7 Ultramarathon, which just ran its [...]
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Waterton Lakes National Park re-opens
On the surface, everything feels so normal walking through Waterton Village. It’s not until you look up and see the charred mountainside that you realize just how close the townsite and national park came to [...]
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Golden ticket for Pass’ golden boy
At the Indoor Playground in MDM Community Centre on September 15, half a dozen children run and jump on the mats, go down the slide, play with blocks and drive around in [...]
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Blairmore Lions raffle a win/win for everyone involved
A weeklong cruise to Alaska, a $200 gift card to Allied Hardware, a three-day trip to Las Vegas, a $120 gift certificate to Chris’ Restaurant.
These are just some of the prizes that could [...]
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Grassy Mountain Coal project update at Chamber meeting
Claire Rogers, the new manager of community relations for Riversdale Resources, was this month’s speaker at the monthly Chamber of Commerce luncheon. Rogers gave a [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Prince of Wales – She’s Still Standing
We all held our collective breaths as the continual stream of reports came out recently about that catastrophic and lightning fast spread of the Kenow fire into the Waterton town site area. A remarkable effort on the part of [...]
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