July 11th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 28
- A Sinister takeover
  of Crowsnest Pass
- Riversdale update
- Canada Day 2018 event
- RCMP launches new
  call back unit
- Just Slow Down
- RCMP Stats
- Puzzle Page
- Here's My Card
- Friends and Neighbours
- Children’s Services
  seeks local foster
  homes in Pass
- Sinister 7 • 2018
- Exercise is good for
  your mental health
- Looking Back
- Question of the Week
- Letters to the Editor
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
A Sinister takeover of Crowsnest Pass
Over 1,550 runners came to Crowsnest Pass this weekend to race in the Sinister 7 Ultra. The race - totalling 161 km with 6,400m of elevation gain with a cutoff of 30 hours - can be completed solo or in teams of up to seven people. It was the event’s 11th running in the Pass and, according to Sinister Sports, the solo finish rate this year was one of the highest at almost 40 percent. Soloist Jean-François Cauchon from Quebec was the first to finish and set a new course record of 18:17:29.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Riversdale update
Riversdale has answered over 700 questions from the public, the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) and the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) since November 2017, shortly after they were issued [...]
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RCMP launches new call back unit
The RCMP has launched a new specialized Call Back Unit that handles non-emergency calls for service.
This means that if a Crowsnest Pass resident calls [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Geswanouth Slahoot – My Heart Soars Like a Hawk
Geswanouth Slahoot is the given name of a remarkable man whom I first came across in 1969 while watching the epic film Little Big Man. This movie ranks as one of the top ten best movies I have ever seen and is [...]
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Previous Issues
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PPK purchases e-bikes for rental service … But where do they belong?
E-bikes have been around for several decades, but it's only in recent years that these convenient electric bicycles powered by a small motor have gained popularity, particularly among outdoor recreationists, people with mobility issues and [...]
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Shriners cars shine at Canada Day Parade
The 2018 Canada Day parade displayed some fun pizzazz and creative decorations. The Coleman Community Society took a trip down memory lane with a float inspired by the past, present and future of Coleman and its [...]
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New recreation at York Creek Lodge: greenhouse and bird song
The wind outside created chilly weather that could rattle bones. But inside the new greenhouse at the York Creek Lodge courtyard, it was surprisingly calm, warm and, surrounded by [...]
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Community participates in beautification open house
Beautification is part of Council’s strategic vision for the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, but they have had difficulty identifying just what beautification means for [...]
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Municipality hosts open house
In many ways, Crowsnest Pass is at a crossroads of change and opportunity as new and ongoing projects, both big and small, have the ability to [...]
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Spray Lake reforestation effort plants 2.7 million seedlings
For three straight weeks this June, tree planters have been hard at work, rain or shine, planting over 1 million tree seedlings in the C5 Forest Management Unit (FMU) as part of annual reforestation projects by [...]
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Council Updates
As the province prepares for the construction of the new York Creek Lodge in Coleman, the municipality has received an inquiry from Alberta Infrastructure regarding what plans the municipality has for [...]
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CCHS girls participate in Girls Exploring Trades and Technologies conference
Don't knock it till you've tried it, the saying goes. But unfortunately, most of us don't get to test-try several different career paths before settling on [...]
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Health Hub launches juice bar
After changing her lifestyle and losing an impressive 30 lbs, Health Hub owner Sarah-Dash Arbuckle knew she had to find a way to share her strategy with her clients.
That's when the [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
A Lighter Look at the Russians
This last weekend many determined Passites toughed it out in the driving rain to participate in the always fun Bellecrest Days. I’ve seen a lot of parades in my day but never have I seen such [...]
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July 11th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 28
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