November 15th, 2017 ~ Vol. 87 No. 46
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- Paying tribute to our
  heroes
- Lighting up the
  Bellevue pathways
- Friends and Neighbours
- Celebrating Christmas
  cowboy-style
- New event for Coleman
  Seniors Drop-In
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Councilís governance
  and priorites
- PPK opening weekend
- Castle Region Tourism
  Strategy gathers town
  input
- Book launch
- Remembrance Day
  moments in the
  Crowsnest Pass
- Here's My Card
- Question of the Week
- New Chamber president
- Crowsnest Nordic Ski
  Club gear up for
  2017/2018 season
- New riding changes do
  not sit well with MLA
  Pat Stier
- Local cadet squadron
  parade and
  recognition night
- Letters to the Editor
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Paying tribute to our heroes
On November 11, both young and old in Crowsnest Pass remembered those who served and those who continue to serve. Pictured above is a student about to place a wreath on behalf of Horace Allen School at the base of the Coleman Legion No. 9 cenotaph.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Lighting up the Bellevue pathways
While most properties were dimming their lights to give a spooky Halloween feel on October 31, the MDM Community Centre was lighting up.
The 17 custom-built [...]
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Celebrating Christmas cowboy-style
The 5th Annual Christmas Tea and Fashion Show at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church Hall promises great food, fun for the whole family, and prizes to be won.
This year’s “cowboy Christmas” theme is [...]
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New event for Coleman Seniors Drop-In
The Coleman Seniors Drop-In Centre Association has a new event: Coffee Time, every Thursday morning from [...]
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Castle Region Tourism Strategy gathers town input
Access, usage, infrastructure and over-tourism were some of the most cited concerns at the Castle Region Tourism Strategy open house on November 9 at Elk’s Hall.
Representatives from [...]
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New Chamber president
It was a celebration of local business at the Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce’s sold out Annual General Meeting (AGM) on November 7 where a new board was selected with [...]
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Previous Issues
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Local author’s book launch
If she’s not “teaching, prepping, marking, and extolling the virtues of Shakespeare”, she’s writing, says Crowsnest Consolidated High School (CCHS) English Language Arts teacher Krysta MacDonald.
Writing and working on her [...]
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AER issues Notice of Application for Grassy Mountain
The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) issued a Notice of Application on October 31, 2017 for the Grassy Mountain Coal Project by Benga Mining Ltd. (Benga), a subsidiary of Riversdale Resources Ltd.
Benga applied to the [...]
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Pumpkins in the Park cancelled, a first
Severe wintry weather prompted the Coleman Community Society to cancel the annual Pumpkins in the Park event for the first time ever.
“We didn’t think it was [...]
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Open house for Castle Region Tourism
Business owners, recreationists and residents will be able to provide feedback and input as to what type of tourism strategy they would like to [...]
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Earliest opening ever for your Pass Powderkeg Ski Hill
With a helping hand from Mother Nature, the snow guns up at the Pass Powderkeg Ski Area (PPK) have been working full time to get the hill ready for its earliest opening… ever.
PPK has announced [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Reflections on Standing on Guard
As a young child I recall how impressed and respectful I was of the four posted sentry's at the Coleman cenotaph that stood guard during the Armistice ceremony each year. Dressed in their service uniforms, they seemed [...]
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Challenge coin commemorates APP
A Challenge Coin commemorating the 100 anniversary of the founding of the Alberta Provincial Police (APP) and the opening of the restored Alberta Provincial Police Barracks Building in Coleman has just been [...]
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Fatal residential fire in Blairmore
Crowsnest Pass RCMP and Fire Investigators are looking into the cause of a fire that claimed [...]
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Clear-cut logging plans in Kananaskis: go or no?
Environmental groups, businesses and residents have appealed to the government to put a moratorium on the clear-cut logging plans in the [...]
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2017-2021 Municipal Council sworn in for their duties
Crowsnest Pass residents and family members and friends of the new Council gathered at the municipal office on October 24 to watch [...]
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Editorial and Opinions
I have noticed that the Chamber of Commerce is having an AGM and I have heard through the grapevine that we could potentially see a new president at the helm.
I must say, I think this is [...]
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