June 13th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 24
- Celebrating Seniors’
- CCHS Mountain Bike
  Club a huge hit
- The Simple Ravenís
- Rudyís restaurant
  sets roots in Bellevue
- Submerged cemetery
  deserves upkeep
- RCMP Stats
- Puzzle Page
- Here's My Card
- Passtrak - A
- Broke vs Rude
- CCHS concert
- Waste roundup
- Seniorís lunch
- Question of the Week
- Letters to the Editor
- TKD success
- Council updates
- CNP Quad Squad weigh
  in on newest
  management plan
- Highway 3X: Proposed
  route from Sentinel
  to Blairmore presented
- Letters to the Editor
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Celebrating Seniors’ Week
Isabelle Sellon School hosted seniors from the community, Long Term Care at the Crowsnest Pass Health Centre and York Creek Lodge for the annual Seniors Tea in celebration of Seniors’ Week, which took place from June 3 to 9. Students from grades 5 and 6 served the guests and grades 4, 5 and 6 provided musical, dance and performance entertainment while the seniors sipped on coffee and tea and nibbled on baked goods
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CCHS Mountain Bike Club a hit
Crowsnest Consolidated High School (CCHS) has a variety of extracurriculars that students can get involved in. There's the baseball, volleyball, track and field, and other sports clubs that allow students to [...]
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Submerged cemetery deserves upkeep
Each spring for as long as Ian McKenzie can remember, a section of the Bellevue Union Cemetery became an underwater sanctuary.
It's a seasonal occurrence, with springtime runoff causing [...]
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Highway 3X: Proposed route from Sentinel to Blairmore presented
ISL Engineering and Land Services presented the draft recommended route for twinning Highway 3 from Sentinel to east Blairmore at an open house in Coleman on June 7 and in Lundbreck on June 9. The open house also [...]
Previous Issues
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Ed Gregor stewardship
This past Saturday, over 140 volunteers joined together to tackle a variety of stewardship projects within the municipality and surrounding forested areas. This year we were [...]
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Get your paddle on!
A pair of stand-up paddleboard enthusiasts has formed a group in Crowsnest Pass and invites other “SUP” lovers to join in on collective activities.
The group meets up every [...]
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Business community connects on attracting tourists
Local hospitality, tourism and culinary operators and community enhancers – whether they are artists or non-profit clubs - play an integral role in providing services to tourists and locals alike, as these are [...]
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Municipality prepares for cannabis legalization with bylaw
With the federal government's impending legalization of recreational use of cannabis by this summer or fall, Crowsnest Pass municipal government is taking steps to [...]
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CCHS girls to attend trades & tech conference
A group of 15 female students in grades 10 to 12 at Crowsnest Consolidated High School (CCHS) have a unique opportunity to have a first-hand look at the success they can find in [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Kerr Legacy of Jack, Gordon and Bill- Part III
So I left off last week with a promise to share the stories of James Runciman Kerr’s three sons and to chase down the other generations of Johns. Let’s start with Jim and Florence’s first son John Albert Kerr (Jack) who was born in [...]
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New director, new dreams at Bellevue Underground Mine
That's the impression you get after a mere few minutes of speaking to the new executive director and curator of the Bellevue Underground Mine.
He has ideas for [...]
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Council updates: cannabis bylaw, open house, boat dock, unsightly premises, ski hill trail
A public hearing was held for the proposed amendment to the Land Use Bylaw that accounted for cannabis retail and production facilities.
Members of the gallery presented their [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Unfolding the Kerr Story – Part II
So let’s back up this Kerr family history overview a bit before we return to unfolding the next generation of this remarkable family. We’ll start with the other pioneer Kerr of the brothers that immigrated to Canada, namely [...]
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June 13th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 24
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