January 17th, 2018 ~ Vol. 87 No. 3
- Willow Valley Trophy
- A donation to help
  with pain
- Backcountry rescue
  uses local talent
- Thunder hockey update
- Vultures of Death
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Chamber Luncheon
  recap: new tax rules
  for 2018
- Pickleball clinic
- Big winner
- Local family donates
  PCA pump to
  Crowsnest Pass
  Health Centre
- Volleyball
- Looking Back
- Here's My Card
- Question of the Week
- Precious Metals
  Recycling Roadshow
  returns to Blairmore
  and Pincher Creek
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Willow Valley Trophy Day
Over 500 people attended this year’s Willow Valley Trophy Club’s trophy day on Jan. 12 at the Pincher Creek Community Hall. The guest speaker was local trapper Ken Hildebrand who spoke about trapping wolves, the theme animal of this year’s trophy day. Results of the 2018 trophy day will be published in next week’s paper.
Heres My Card
Crowsnest Pass Weather
Story 1 - 180117 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Backcountry rescue
It was hovering just above 0 degrees on the night of January 7 when a man recreating near Tent Mountain became separated from his friends and was caught in a [...]
Story 2 - 180117 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Chamber Luncheon recap: new tax rules for 2018
At a Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon on January 10, Dennis Robin from Robin & Co. Chartered Accountant went over some of the tax changes that eithe [...]
Story 3 - 180117 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Local family donates PCA pump to Crowsnest Pass Health Centre
It was a Christmas gift that she held in her hand for only a few moments, but one that she fought five years to get and one that will make [...]
Editorial and Opinions
Vultures of death
Who tries to make money on the grief of those who have experienced death? Well, last week, I found out it’s a company named Afterlife.
If you are a user of [...]
Previous Issues
Story 1 - 180110 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Local dancer hits podium 5 times in Poland competitions
Tori Wakaluk was one of 25 dancers in all of Western Canada to be selected to represent Team Canada West at the International Dance Organization’s World Ballet, Jazz and Modern/Contemporary Championships, highlighting her [...]
Story 2 - 180110 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Two concepts presented for Coleman Revitalization Project
The municipality presented two concepts for streetscaping in downtown Coleman at an open house held on January 4.
Poster boards with preliminary concepts were displayed at the open house for people to learn about both the [...]
Story 3 - 180110 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Special Council meeting: Riversdale update
The Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) issued a Notice of Application for the proposed Grassy Mountain Coal Project on October 31, 2017, which began a period where the public can submit Statements of Concern until [...]
Story 4 - 180110 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Crowsnest Pass Christmas Bird Count shows stable numbers
Weather was mild, wind was weak, but enthusiasm was aplenty at the Crowsnest Pass Christmas Bird Count, as birders, conservationists and outdoor lovers gathered at the beginning of January to spot as many [...]
Story 5 - 180110 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Donating in style at the Pincher Creek Regimental Valentine’s Ball
The RCMP & Pincher Creek Emergency Services (PCES) Regimental Community Charity Valentine’s Ball promises to be an [...]
Story 1 - 171220 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Local division of Pass Boys and Girls Club dissolving
At a meeting on December 11, The Boys and Girls Club of Crowsnest Pass Board of Directors passed a special resolution to dissolve the organization. The Club will now be [...]
Story 2 - 171220 Crowsnest Pass Herald
A new look for downtown Coleman
An open house scheduled for January 4, 2018 will present the municipality’s plans for a project to revitalize downtown Coleman, both on the surface, and [...]
Story 3 - 171220 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Study shows renewable energy potential
An updated feasibility report by Green Cat Renewables Canada Corporation shows the renewable energy potential within the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, identifying four [...]
Story 4 - 171220 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Newly formed Trail Alliance seeks to make sense of trails
The Municipality of Crowsnest Pass is surrounded by a vast network of unique hiking, biking and walking trails, but pinpointing them can be tricky.
Tourists and locals alike have been known to [...]
Story 5 - 171220 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Municipality of Crowsenst Pass Council passes 2018 budget
At a meeting on December 12, Council passed the 2018 Municipal Operating and Capital Budget.
The tax increase will come in at 2.5 per cent for residential and 3.5 per cent for non-residential. The tax rates will [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
An American St. Nick
It occurred to me the other day, whilst immersing myself in World War Two history, that the Christmas season overseas during that war must have been a tough time for the peoples of Europe. Tradition and celebration most often was [...]
View the Archives
January 17th, 2018 ~ Vol. 87 No. 3
All information on this website is Copyright (c) 2018 Pass Herald Ltd. All rights reserved.
12925 20th Ave, Box 960, Blairmore, Alberta, Canada T0K 0E0 | news@passherald.ca | 403.562.2248 | 403.562.8379 (FAX)