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One book, two schools
Miss Marra's grade 3 students at Horace Allen School enthusiastically hold up their copies of Flora & Ulysses: The Illuminated Adventures by author Kate DiCamillo, the novel selected for this year's One Book, Two Schools program.
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Proposed municipal tax rate to increase by 2.93% in 2017
There will be a 2.93 percent increase in the tax rate for 2017, should the budget draft be adopted in its current state.
On Dec. 12 and Dec. 21, Council considered and voted on a number of spending cuts to [...]
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Puttin’ poutine on the Pass menu, new business ready
Main Street in Bellevue is getting an authentic Quebec-themed restaurant opening in April with the spotlight shining on French fries generously slathered in gravy and lovingly topped with squeaky cheese curds. That’s right: [...]
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One book, two schools
On Jan. 13 at Horace Allen School, teachers were dressed as squirrels and students were encouraged to wear superhero costumes to celebrate the unveiling of the book selected for this year’s One Book, Two Schools project.
And the winner is… [...]
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Municipality appoints manager of Development and Trades
Mel Bohmer was hired as Manager of Development and Trades for the municipality on Jan. 3. He works closely with Manager of [...]
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Health Hub ahead of the curve in integrative medicine
After moving four times in 13 years, the Health Hub is decidedly very happy at its current location in Coleman along Highway 3.
“This has been my vision for 20-plus years,” says Dr. Sarah-Dash Arbuckle, naturopathic doctor and the Hub’s [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Mounties Always Get Their Man
As I indicated in my recent year end column sometimes stories create the need for follow-up. A column that ran in February 2015 (Usher, Bailey, Kyslik and Wynn- Fallen Heroes) spoke to the famous Bellevue Café story and I paralleled it with the [...]
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Order of Canada honours Crowsnest native Madam Justice Ellen Picard
The Honourable Madam Justice Ellen Irene Picard, a pioneer in the field of health law, has been appointed Officer of the Order of Canada on Dec. 30.
Picard, was recognized “for her contributions as a [...]
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CNP Minor Hockey in full swing and celebrating Minor Hockey Week
The Crowsnest Pass Minor Hockey regular season is in full swing, with the teams in the home stretch of league play. Provincials playoffs kick off this month with the tournament taking [...]
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Shuckin’ for pearls, Eh!
A new service started by Coleman residents Jacqueline and Jeremy Ryder gives you the opportunity to procure one of the classiest jewelry accessories: pearls.
Shuckin’ Eh is a [...]
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12-year old Josiah Launstein, more than you expect
Twelve-year-old Josiah, the youngest of the Launstein family bunch, received the opportunity of a lifetime to travel to Thailand on a two-week trip sponsored by Nikon to star in a [...]
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Meagan Muff promoted to rank of Fire Lieutenant
In a step that honours her 10 years of commitment and dedication to the Crowsnest Pass Fire/Rescue Department, Coleman Station 25’s Meagan Muff was promoted to Lieutenant on Dec. 15.
Muff was the first woman in the Crowsnest Pass to [...]
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2016: A year in review
Before we move forward into the New Year let’s take a final look back at the old one and the [...]
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Town Talk by Lisa Sygutek
What a holiday!
Well Christmas was approaching and for some reason I wasn’t very excited.
I wasn’t necessarily sad just kind of blah! I quite honestly just wanted to get through the holidays and start a [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Looking Back at Looking Back-2016
In keeping with the journalistic propensity for New Year’s navel gazing, what say we wander back through the two dozen or so offerings presented in my 2016 articles. Occasionally there are après publishing facts or developments that occur that make it [...]
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