November 7th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 45
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Pumpkins light up Flumerfelt Park
After Pumpkins in the Park being cancelled last year due to weather, the community was out in full this November 1, 2018 to make up for a missed year of glowing pumpkin art. By 8 p.m., only an hour into the event, 300 cups of free hot chocolate were already given out! Families, kids and adults all came out to view the bewitching spectacle of 300 carved pumpkins lit up and glowing in Coleman’s Flumerfelt Park, put on by the Coleman Community Society.
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Local musician receives cross-country recognition
If you've ever been out at one of Crowsnest Pass’ many live music nights, chances are you will have heard the expert guitar playing of Howard Davidson.
His hometown area of [...]
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Local first-time author to hold book launch for sci-fi novel
A new Crowsnest Pass author, Merilyn Liddell, will be celebrating her first published work, a soft sci-fi novel called “Tomorrow”, at a book launch on November 17 at the Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery.
The book, set in a small mountain town, [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Harrison’s in Service to Their Country
So I am loving facebook’s “on this day” feature on my page. I am at the age now where short-term memory is in fact coming up short. A lot! On this day pulls back your posts on the same day from previous years. One popped up on my site the other day that led me to [...]
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Previous Issues
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AltaLink unveils route proposals for Chapel Rock
At open houses last week, AltaLink unveiled the proposed routes and substation locations for the Chapel Rock to Pincher Creek Area Transmission Development.
AltaLink is proposing [...]
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Council Updates
Council passed second and third reading to re-designate a lot in Blairmore to a “Cannabis Retail Commerical (C-4)”, permitting a retail space that would be selling cannabis products.
A public hearing was [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Into the World of Psittacines
It might surprise you the reader to know that at one time my wife Lorraine and I were wrapped up in the psittacine family big time. Psittacine meaning tropical parrots. We are not talking small birds here like cockatiels or budgies. We’re talking big birds like [...]
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Hashing out the cannabis law in the Crowsnest Pass
One week ago, on October 17,2018, legislation legalizing cannabis in Canada came into effect. Here are some things you might want to know that may be relevant to you.
Legislation around the production, sale and consumption of cannabis is [...]
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The revival of the Orpheum Theatre
When Allison and Shaun Wagner first walked into the Orpheum Theatre, they were astounded and enamoured with the historical splendor infusing in the place.
“The first time I had walked [...]
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Crowsnest Canine Center reopens
Following a two-year hiatus, the Crowsnest Canine Center has reopened to offer you a one-stop shop for dog grooming, boarding and [...]
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Food for thought: The Crowsnest Pass Food Bank Society
On the afternoon of Thursday, October 10, the Crowsnest Pass Food Bank Society is bustling with activity, serving approximately a dozen families over the two hours that they are open that day.
For one single mother of two high school girls, it was her first time [...]
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Local theatre group hosting Rocky Horror Picture Show screening & performance
Christmas has “Home Alone”, Valentine’s Day has “When Harry Met Sally”, Thanksgiving has “Planes, Trains and Automobiles.” Almost all of our celebrations and holidays have a [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
So They Are Not Forgotten
For twenty five years I drove to work daily down the Elk Valley Highway from Fernie to the Line Creek Mine north of Sparwood. In 1994 I noticed a small white cross had appeared in the ditch on what is referred to as 16 Mile Hill just west of Sparwood. I stopped at [...]
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