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Pink Shirt Day at Horace Allen
Horace Allen students Ella, Payton and Asher were the hosts of the Pink Shirt Day assembly on Feb. 16. Students wore pink shirts to represent their stand against bullying.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Former Pass Brat debuts first novel
A mystery is brewing in the Crowsnest Pass, a mystery written by former Pass local Rick Gillis in his debut, just-released novel, “The Boy Who Couldn’t Die.”
It’s a harmonious fusion of emotions, from humor, love, sadness and a good [...]
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Council updates – Governance and Priorities Committee meeting
A Governance and Priorities Committee meeting was held on February 13 in council chambers. [...]
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Digitizing school memories
Yearbooks are a great way to keep hold of school memories and reminisce about the people and adventures that defined our experience in school. They're instant history, lasting memoirs.
This nostalgic sentiment is the reason why [...]
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Buddy, you will be missed ...
When I took over the editorial page a few weeks ago, I never in my wildest imagination thought I would be writing on the topic of today’s editorial. It just seems like yesterday that I was telling you all that I would be [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Measuring the Devil`s Breath
The 50th anniversary of the Balmer North explosion is looming ever closer (April 3rd, 1967). I came up recently in my research statistics that yet another mine disaster in the Elk Valley is about to [...]
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“Weekend warriors” unite over OHV ban in Castle Parks wilderness area
When Premier Rachel Notley referred to Albertans as “weekend warriors” at the unveiling of the Castle Provincial Park and Castle Wildlands Park on Jan. 20, she might have underestimated just how much “warrior” Southern Albertans have in them.
Over 600 of these [...]
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FCSS to roll out revamped bus service
The Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) program is scrapping the current public bus transit service and giving the Town Rounder a makeover that will accommodate all [...]
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Detrimental side of OHVs
While the NDP government’s announcement of the five-year phase out of off-highway vehicles in the Castle Wilderness area sparked feelings of grief, betrayal and outrage for OHV groups, environmentalists insist that [...]
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All the attention on Wintervention
If you can’t beat winter, then you might as well join in on the snowy fun, at Crowsnest Cando Society’s Wintervention, running from February 24 to 26.
This is the first time that Wintervention will be [...]
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Evan Stewart, Station 24’s new Fire Captain for Pass
With a military background and a professionalism, dedication and positivity that caught the attention of Fire Chief Jesse Fox, Evan Stewart was selected for promotion to Captain rank on Jan. 26.
As captain, Stewart is the focal point for [...]
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FEATURE WRITER
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Support our economy
A fortunate blend of resources and resourcefulness has brought Alberta and this country to where it is today.
In almost every index which measures quality of life around the world, Canada always comes up [...]
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Hillcrest Fish and Game trophy day
Over 120 people attended the Hillcrest Fish and Game Protective Association’s 92nd Annual Trophy Day competition on Saturday, February 4.
The Bob Williams [...]
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Council approves capital budget
Council passed the capital budget for 2017 and 2018 at a meeting on Jan. 30.
The budget requirements for [...]
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Garrett Gatto, homegrown, blue-eyed football hulk
2017 is shaping up to be a good one for defensive tackle Garrett Gatto.
Currently finishing up grade 12, Gatto played his last Strathmore Spartans high school game in November, and he’s already been [...]
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Club FUSE: for women by women
A new club focused on Friendship, Unity, Support and Empowerment (FUSE) among women is starting up in the Pass. Women 18 years and older are invited to join Club FUSE and attend the open house on Feb. 23 at the [...]
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Mining for Miracles hopes to raise $2.9 million for BC Children’s Hospital
Mining for Miracles fundraising campaign, the BC mining industry’s long-standing fundraising campaign, launched on Feb. 1.
This year, the initiative aims to raise [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Tales of a York Creek Trapper
Denise Coccioloni-Amatto put the bug in my ear some time back about her Uncle Joey Coccioloni and said that he had some stories to share about the going’s on up North York Creek around the time that [...]
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