December 12th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 51
- Mountain Spirit
- Riversdale update
- The Simple Ravenís
- Symphony Orchestra
- Municipal Christmas
- RCMP Stats
- Puzzle Page
- Here's My Card
- Mountains Matter
- A House Full of Water
- A swimming gift
- How to make the
  holiday season more
- Friends and Neighbours
- Question of the Week
- Letters to the Editor
- Welcome to our School
- Roger Reid wins
  riding with 55%
- Crowsnest Pass bear
  numbers decrease by
- Council update
- Recognizing 30 years
- Christmas in the Past
- Land of The Sweets
- Grad Senior Supper
- Letters to the Editor
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Mountain Spirit Festival
Jayden, 5 years old, holds up a mountain sculpture he made at school for the Mountain Spirit Festival art contest. The exhibit, hosted at the Crowsnest Community Library, shows artwork created by over 200 students in Crowsnest Pass with the theme “Mountains Matter” to celebrate the United Nations’ International Mountain Day. Jayden’s love for the mountains lies in hiking.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Crowsnest Pass bear numbers decrease by half
Each year between spring and fall, Crowsnest Pass sees on average 30 black bears and three to five grizzlies enter the community. In 2018, however, the Crowsnest Pass Bearsmart Association observed a significant drop in [...]
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Riversdale update
Alisdair Gibbons, general manager of the Grassy Mountain Coal Project, provided a progress update on the status in the approval process of the proposed mine at a Special Council Meeting on Dec. 5. [...]
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Roger Reid wins in Livingstone-Macleod riding
Roger Reid, the fifth-generation farm kid from Claresholm, has won the United Conservative Party (UCP) nomination in Livingstone-Macleod.
“I feel great,” he says. “It was good to have such a [...]
Previous Issues
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Meet your new community dentists
Crowsnest Dental in Blairmore has gone through some changes over the past several months. They are under new ownership, have a new general manager and are staffing two new [...]
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The chosen route: Highway 3X from Sentinel to Pincher Station
The entire proposed twinned Highway 3 route from Sentinel to Pincher Station was presented at a public information session on Nov. 29.
ISL has developed a [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Frozen Moments in Time
So this year’s Crowsnest Museum and Archives calendar has been out for a while now and is it a dandy! Thirteen months of iconic Gushul images themed around the remarkable legacy of [...]
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In the name of mountain life
They matter to different people for different reasons but for many people, life in the mountains is a consistent undercurrent of why they chose to live exactly here. Whether mountains play a role in how they want to live, play or work, they become critical to their [...]
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Highway 3X: Proposed route from Sentinel to Pincher station presented
A public information session on Nov. 29 will present the entire proposed twinned Highway 3 route from Sentinel to Pincher Station.
Display boards detailing the plans will be set up around [...]
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A Christmas Cottage just for kids
Only a parent can understand that nerve-wracking anxiety of bringing their child into a shop filled with fragile and delicate objects.
Many parents felt that [...]
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Curling hits the ice
The first curling league of the season will hit the ice tomorrow, November 22, kicking off a season of tactics and precision, bonspiels and socializing.
While teams of curlers have been [...]
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A call for submissions to brand Crowsnest Pass’ new seniors lodge
The Crowsnest Pass Senior Housing Board is holding a contest to name the new seniors lodge currently under construction in Coleman that will [...]
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Local competitor inducted into Horseshoe Hall of Fame
For many Albertans, horseshoe pitching is a familiar backyard activity played at family gatherings or enjoyed after roasted marshmallows when camping in the backcountry, but for Crystal (Curtis) Poty, the game holds much more [...]
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December 12th, 2018 ~ Vol. 89 No. 51
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