August 16th, 2017 ~ Vol. 87 No. 32
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- Duck Race
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  teams up with Irish
  national champion
- Mathias Gelber
  captures Gold
- Municipality launches
  dog park survey
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
DUCK RACE
Over 1,000 plastic ducks raced down Crowsnest River on August 13 for the 2017 Boys & Girls Club of Crowsnest Pass Duck Race! This year, the race was graciously organized by Crowsnest Pass Fire/Rescue.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Local rally racer teams up with Irish national champion
The Pass’ local rally driver Nicholas Spencer has been picked up by renowned pro-racer Trevor Harding to join his team and with that opportunity, he’s got a snazzy new [...]
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Municipality launches dog park survey
The Crowsnest Pass Parks and Recreation Authority has released a survey designed to help the municipality plan for a potential dog park in [...]
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Council appoints returning officer
Council passed a motion on August 3 to appoint Natalie Dzioba as Returning Officer for the upcoming [...]
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Fire ban remains active
Monday’s rain, gloom and chill will not put a damper on the existing fire ban in Crowsnest Pass, says Assistant Manager of Protective Services / Deputy Fire Chief Mark Calvert.
One day of rain is [...]
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Mathias Gelber captures Gold
On Saturday August 12, Mathias Gelber ran away from 23 of the fastest runners in Canada to capture the [...]
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Previous Issues
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Turning Pointe dazzles at Disneyland
Turning Pointe Dance Studio turned 15 this year, and what better way to mark the occasion than with a trip to Disneyland?
Twenty-five dancers from the [...]
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Antigua closes, Jason the Pie Man opens
July 27 was the last day that Antigua Restaurant in Blairmore was open, and it was all about the [...]
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Editorial and Opinions
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It’s no secret that the newspaper industry is in trouble. With the new age of Facebook, people have forgotten how important real news is. In general, the older generation gets the [...]
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Two case studies examine FireSmart effectiveness
FireSmart Canada strongly recommends managing vegetation around one’s yard and home as a way to mitigate the risk of wildfire. FPInnovations conducted two case studies in [...]
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Doors open to history, culture and nature
Over the past 12 years since its inception, the Doors Open and Heritage Festival has evolved from honouring and highlighting the historical buildings of Crowsnest Pass to a [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Prince of Wales – In the Beginning
July 25th the Prince of Wales turned 90 years old. That would be the hotel in Waterton not the aye whot heir apparent to Queen Elizabeth the Second. That Prince is only 68. In Canada there are [...]
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Very merry with huckleberries
With August looming upon us with the constant reminder that fall is just around the corner, our farewell with summer doesn’t have to be bittersweet – it can just be sweet at [...]
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Craft brew near you!
If you’ve a craving for a fresh, local Albertan craft beer on tap, you’ll no longer have to drive some 150 km to Turner Valley’s Eau Claire Distillery or to one of [...]
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Painfully rewarding
Sure, you could get up to the flower-speckled valley of the Ptolemy Basin in just about an hour or two on an OHV, but nothing builds character, courage and camaraderie like [...]
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Fire ban issued for Crowsnest Pass
Due to persisting dry weather and high temperatures, southern Alberta is under a state of fire ban or fire restriction.
Alberta Wildfire classifies the fire danger rating as [...]
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August 16th, 2017 ~ Vol. 87 No. 32
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