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A ‘Harvest of Memories’
Last week’s museum fundraiser was a smashing success. Harvest of Memories is the main fundraising event of the year for the Crowsnest Pass Historical Society. It featured a live band, good food and an auction. Above: Councillor Bill Kovach places a bid in the silent auction.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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The ‘Gut Truck’ traveling cuisine
Always trust your gut, they say: your gut knows what your head hasn’t figured out yet.
The other day my gut was telling me that [...]
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Pass Pool construction delayed
Construction of the new community pool has been delayed due to a permitting issue but developers are still saying it will be ready for swimmers in time for [...]
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Crowsnest Consolidated High School academic awards
On Sept. 24, the CCHS gym was packed with parents, students and staff for the annual academic awards.
Dozens of [...]
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Back country trail restoration update
Environment and Parks is continuing a handful of trail repair projects within the municipality
A section of [...]
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Crowsnest Pass resident offering counseling services
Inner hurts like depression or anxiety can be as invisible as they are debilitating.
Luckily, a Crowsnest resident has set up [...]
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Previous Issues
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Piranhas celebrate successful season
What a season for the Pass Piranha Swim Club.
Their pond is small, outdoor and is currently under construction, but the local team proved to be made up of [...]
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Town utility rate increase update
It was the birth of a family business.
Its assets were a bright red trailer, a hand painted sign, a family run kitchen and lots of dogs and buns.
But on Aug. 31, the Taylor family [...]
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The Chakras experience
Customer, employee and owner: not many entrepreneurs can say that they’ve been all three for the same business.
But Kyla Lazzarotto has [...]
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Crowsnest Consolidated High School awards day
On Thursday, Sept. 15 Crowsnest Consolidated held their annual academic awards day. The following are the [...]
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A year later, victims remembered
On September 9, 2015 the body of 69-year-old Hanne Meketech was found in her Coleman home.
A few days later [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Katie Agnes and Alexander Selkirk
As a young boy I was blessed to be able to spend time with a remarkable woman who lived to just five months short of 104 years of age. She was my maternal grandmother, Katie Agnes McInnis, and her story is [...]
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Crowsnest youths participate in second running of the Amazing Teen Race
Hormones were flying last week as dozens of Crowsnest youths took to the streets for the second running of the Amazing Teen Race.
The teens were made to [...]
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Green thumbs gather for community plant swap
On Sept. 10, green thumbs from across the Pass gathered at the Crowsnest Museum for the Fall Community Plant Swap.
Why would the museum [...]
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Pass to lose major employer when mine closes
When number thirty-seven is mined out sometime in the next two months, number six will be the last active pit at Teck’s smallest Elk Valley Mine and once that runs dry [...]
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RCMP fish unique catch out of river
This time of year anglers are known to catch cutthroat, rainbow and brown trout from the clear waters of the Crowsnest River but last week an RCMP officer landed a truly unique [...]
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Ground turning for APP Barracks
The first big step has been taken in the project to restore an old police barracks and turn it into a living prohibition interpretive centre.
For the past few years, The Crowsnest Pass Historical Society has been working hard to restore [...]
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