January 16th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 3
- Eye on the prize
- Hello, my name is
  David Selles
- Sparwood and Teck do
  livibility study
- The Simple Ravenís
- Museum and
- RCMP Stats
- Puzzle Page
- Here's My Card
- Bellevue Legion
  Ladies donate to
  several groups
- Meeting Tim Meech
- What a Cry Baby
- An update on the
  Nippon train
- Friends and Neighbours
- Question of the Week
- Letters to the Editor
- Thunder Hockey update
- Celebrating Minor
  Hockey Week
- Bellecrest recongizes
- Passtrak rules at
  track meet in Calgary
- Trip of the month
- Letters to the Editor
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Eye on the prize
Lethbridge Tier 1 Hurricanes bantam goalie Ricky Petrone, formerly a Crowsnest Pass Hockey player, seals the post during a tournament game at the Crowsnest Sports Complex last weekend. The Hurricanes held a joint tournament with Airdrie over the January 12 weekend. Tournament organizer Chad Petrone gave all the 50/50 proceeds to Crowsnest Pass Minor Hockey while local hockey parents spent the weekend selling. The Hurricanes won the tournament in a final game against Cochrane 6-3.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Introducing Myself
Hello readers! My name is David Selles and I have been given the opportunity to be the Pass Herald’s newest reporter! I was born in a small town in northern [...]
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Minor Hockey Week
Crowsnest Pass is celebrating the game of hockey this week. Minor hockey week has begun and with it comes a time of fun and reflection. Wes Rypien, the president of Crowsnest Pass Minor Hockey Association, says that [...]
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Museum Memberships and Volunteer opportunities
The history of the Crowsnest Pass is rich and full of amazing stories. These stories helped shape the Pass in incredible ways. From the history of mining, to the mark left by Emilio Picariello and Florence Lassandro and every thing in between, the Pass is what it is today because of [...]
Previous Issues
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Crowsnest Community Library. A Year in Review.
The past year of 2018 witnessed many new developments at the Crowsnest Community Library. Several new programs were initiated such as “escape rooms” events that the Amazing Teen Race participants took part in that require the solving of puzzles as a challenge or requirement to [...]
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Update on the Gushul
In the summer of 2018 several renovations and building improvements were made to the Gushul Studio and Writer’s Cottage. This included a new coat of dark brown wood stain to the exterior of both buildings; new metal [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
A Matter of Expectations
While watching America’s Funniest Home Videos the other night they showed a flashback clip of a young man opening a Christmas gift that turned out to be socks! He reacted angrily, displaying his disappointment by punching [...]
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Council passes 2019 budget
At a meeting on December 14, Council passed the 2019 Municipal Operating and Capital Budget.
The budget includes a tax increase of 2.5 percent for [...]
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The Anchor: when imperfection is perfection
When humans create, truly create, they pour their hearts and souls into their work. And when we’ve poured so much of ourselves into a project, we all know that fear creeping in that it won’t be good enough, our hard work won’t be [...]
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The pest in the Crowsnest Pass forest
About the size of a grain of rice, the mountain pine beetle is a tiny insect that poses a mighty threat to forests in Western Canada, including those close to home.
At the beginning of December, an operation was carried out in [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Looking Back at Looking Back – 2018
It has been thirteen years since I started sharing thoughts and stories with the Pass Herald in the Looking Back column. Prior to that I wrote for ten years for the Fernie Free Press, doing exactly the [...]
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January 16th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 3
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