October 17th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 42
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M.Arty’s Market highlights art & handicraft
Since 2010, M.Arty’s Market at the Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery has hosted a wide range of hand-crafted, locally-made and original pieces of artwork, photography, decorations, body and bath products, foods, clothing and other artisanal items. This year, the market presented 31 vendors. “As with all fundraisers, if they are successful, they will become annual events.
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Food for thought: The Crowsnest Pass Food Bank Society
On the afternoon of Thursday, October 10, the Crowsnest Pass Food Bank Society is bustling with activity, serving approximately a dozen families over the two hours that they are open that day.
For one single mother of two high school girls, it was her first time [...]
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Local theatre group hosting Rocky Horror Picture Show screening & performance
Christmas has “Home Alone”, Valentine’s Day has “When Harry Met Sally”, Thanksgiving has “Planes, Trains and Automobiles.” Almost all of our celebrations and holidays have a [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
So They Are Not Forgotten
For twenty five years I drove to work daily down the Elk Valley Highway from Fernie to the Line Creek Mine north of Sparwood. In 1994 I noticed a small white cross had appeared in the ditch on what is referred to as 16 Mile Hill just west of Sparwood. I stopped at [...]
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Previous Issues
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Transmission development in the Pass back on the table
Crowsnest Pass is once again being included in a study area for the development of a transmission line for the Chapel Rock to Pincher Creek Area Transmission Development.
There are two parts to [...]
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Council updates
“If you were given $1,000 to spend on core services provided by the Municipality, how would you allocate the funds?”
“In addition to property taxes you currently pay [...]
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The Fugly Soap Factory Contest is BACK!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the original winner couldn’t accept the prize, that’s why we are EXTENDING the contest!
In collaboration with [...]
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Blairmore Legion membership votes to turn in their charter
After 92 years of serving the community, the Blairmore Legion #7, a branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, has closed permanently.
The legion did not [...]
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Locals advocate for TNR for feral, stray & abandoned cats
In an area of Bushtown, Roxanne Michalski says she has trapped and found homes for 54 cats in just two years. But, with many unsterilized cats still wandering the streets, new cats keep coming in and it's hard to [...]
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The Fugly Soap Factory Contest is BACK!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the original winner couldn’t accept the prize, that’s why we are EXTENDING the contest!
In collaboration with [...]
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Council updates
Council has decided to direct Administration to revise the Land Use Bylaw as it pertains to RV use on Grouped Country Residential (GCR) parcels. The new drafted bylaw would need to [...]
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The faces of Crowsnest Pass servicemen and women
This Remembrance Day marks a special anniversary, 100 years since the signing of the Armistice that ended WWI, signed on November 11, 1918. That’s a colossal observance all on its own, but to commemorate [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Two Noteworthy Moments of Connectivity
Six degrees of separation is the hypothesis that anyone on Earth can be connected to any other person on the planet through a chain of acquaintances with no more than five intermediaries. As a historian finding the obscure pieces of the puzzle on what has [...]
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