August 22nd, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 34
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Hungry to help: goats hired to mow PPK
The Pass Powderkeg Ski Area had some temporary workers added to their staff from Monday, Aug. 13 to 20, and they don’t look like your typical PPK employee. The 40 goats from the Burmis-based company Valley Vegetation Control were brought in to “weed eat” on the ski hill.
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E-bikes facilitate backcountry access to local anglers
With the changing regulations of motorized vehicle use in the Castle Park and the newly instated Public Land Use Zones (PLUZ) in Southern Alberta, outdoor recreationists, hunters and anglers are wondering how they can [...]
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A generous goodbye
The Cozy Corner fabric store has announced that they’re closing, but they’re doing it in a creative and generous way that shows their appreciation for the community that welcomed them in and gave them [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Commemorating the Dambusters at Nanton
The Dambusters saga, as many of us know, is a remarkable story that I have delved into several times in earlier Pass Herald columns (see archives - May 2013 and Nov. 2016). Those articles covered the details of this unusual wartime effort and also profiled one of the [...]
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Previous Issues
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82 and not a day past awesome
She’s done white water rafting, traveled to many countries around the world and done parasailing. She may not admit to it, but Carol Poelt certainly has an [...]
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New festival celebrates hiking
Hiking the hills and peaks in and around Crowsnest Pass offers an experience unlike anywhere else, attracting tourists and remaining a case of [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
To Be In Coal
I am a third generation coal miner and proud of it. Both my grandfathers, my father, my brothers and one of my sisters worked in coal mines, either underground or surface. It was in my [...]
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Halloween in August at Pass Pool
The Pass Community Pool is inviting swimmers to don a different kind of suit on August 18... A Halloween costume!
The pool is hosting the first ever Halloween party during [...]
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Bushtown’s brush with fire
Crowsnest Pass Fire/Rescue responded to and contributed to the successful eradication of a fire in Bushtown just off of York Creek Road on the evening of [...]
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Crowsnest Museum’s micro-rebrand
This year’s Crowsnest Pass Doors Open and Heritage Festival may have come to end last weekend, but the Crowsnest Museum & Archives continues to celebrate our cultural history each and every day.
With the grand opening of [...]
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Open your doors to Ghosts, Myths & Legends
The fun-filled weekend where we celebrate our culture and history at the Crowsnest Pass Doors Open and Heritage Festival is coming up from August 2 to 6.
Each year, the Crowsnest Heritage Initiative comes up with [...]
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The new soap shop that’s both fugly and fab
The soap itself may be “fugly”, but founder of the Fugly Soap Factory Cori MacGregor promises your skin will be anything but fugly after you use it.
That’s because [...]
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Council updates
Council discussed their preferred options for Highway 3X based on the recommended routes for stage 1B and 2 presented by ISL Engineering at an open house in June 2018. Stage 1B covers [...]
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August 22nd, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 34
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