February 21st, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 8
- The Lion King on ice
- Municipality fills
  new deputy fire chief
- Crowsnest Thunder
  Hockey results
- Friends and Neighbours
- Recipe Corner
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Sustainable forests
  need fire, say
- Reinventing our
  downtown core
- Municipality hosts
  family day activity
  fun for everyone
- Outdoor play at HAS
- Looking Back
- Here's My Card
- Question of the Week
- A local perspective
- Council updates
- Family Fun Skate
- Letters to the Editor
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
The Lion King on ice
The Crowsnest Pass and Fernie Skating Clubs joined together to give one “roaring” ice show performance of Disney’s The Lion King to a packed Crowsnest Pass Sports Complex on Friday, February 16. Pictured above in the centre is Mufasa, portrayed by Ashlynn Saluk from the Fernie Club, holding up CNP’s Zoe Miklos who played baby Simba during the Cirlce of Life Opening dance.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Sustainable forests need fire, say specialists
Looking out at what is now the Pass Powderkeg Ski Area, the bald trails of the hill’s ski runs stand out like a sore thumb amid otherwise lush forest covering the hill.
It’s hard to imagine that [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Women’s Hockey and the Swastika
So this Thursday the Canadian Women’s Olympic hockey team is set to take on their arch rivals the Americans in what hopefully will be their fifth straight Olympic gold medal. It should be a dandy game.
Women playing hockey goes back a lot further than [...]
Editorial and Opinions
What a Hall
My nephew Tanner is getting married and I decided to host his fiancé Kassidy’s shower.
Kassidy comes from good people. How can anyone who meets a DeLisle not think they are [...]
Previous Issues
Letters to the Editor
When volunteers come together, it’s a magnificent sight.
This community is blessed with amazing people who always seem to come together when the need arises.
I look at Riversdale and their [...]
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Black bear population study in Southwest Alberta suggests healthy numbers
Residents living in Southwest Alberta know that we share our landscape with black bears but until now, there have been no studies conducted to actually estimate or calculate population densities and numbers.
University of Alberta graduate student [...]
Letters to the Editor
A girl from a little Alberta town
The year was 1968 and the place, Peace River Alberta. I visited Peace River around 1972 and it was much the same as the Crowsnest Pass. At night you could see lights from the highway signaling the location of farms and ranches. One of them belonged to [...]
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PPK to host first event that helps skiers/snowboards with disabilities
Skiing and snowboarding are fun group activities for friends and families and Canadian Adaptive Snowsports (CADS) organization extends that inclusivity to people with disabilities.
For the first time [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Frantisek Vejr – Honor to His Memory - Part IV
So I am finally going to take you to Frank’s ultimate end with the help of the last few pages of his remarkable memoir. It has been a fascinating journey research-wise, one that has taken me to hundreds of websites and once again reminded me of this undeniable fact. It was [...]
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Growing up on the west coast, and having previously lived in various small towns throughout BC, Theresa now lives in Sparwood with her husband of a decade, Duane, whom she had met in [...]
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CNP library reduces hours amid funding cuts
The Crowsnest Pass Municipal Library has cut four hours to their times of operation at the beginning of January 2018, and the Board is [...]
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The outdoors, a place for fun and for learning
The outdoors are a fun place to play, but Horace Allen School (HAS) is hoping to [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Frank from Frank – Life’s Twist and Turns- Part III
So I left off last week stating that Frank and Karolina’s 8th child Lillian was born in April of 1912 and that four months later he can face to face with the loss with his beloved Karla. It was to say, at the very least, [...]
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February 21st, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 8
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