November 27th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 48
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Mountain Majesty
A crystal clear sky provides a starry backdrop over Turtle Mountain the evening of Wednesday November 20th.
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Christmas Cottage
Linda Petrone’s love of Christmas has blossomed into a dedicated room for Christmas and winter decorations year round at her local store Copy Magic.
For years, Petrone would spend time [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Canadian Football
I’m not sure how many people reading this are into Canadian Football but I figured since the Grey Cup just happened I’d write a bit on it.
First I’ll give a bit of an [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Gunter Koci Story
For 36 years, from 1956 until 1992, the Cookie Box was the bakery center on main street Blairmore. The story of how this iconic business came to be and the remarkable man who ran it is as classic as any [...]
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Previous Issues
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Walter Gail – Remembering Those who Fought
Local trumpet player Walter Gail has been playing at Remembrance Day ceremonies in the Crowsnest Pass for years.
“I've been playing for about [...]
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Hockey Teams from Calgary hold tournament in the Pass
A recent hockey tournament held in the Crowsnest Pass included a special moment.
Four atom teams from Calgary held a tournament in [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Moving Forward
Now that everything with Don Cherry and Jessica Allen has calmed down a bit, I want to provide people with my perspective on what [...]
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Connected Cuppas
A new tea shop has opened in the Crowsnest Pass and it brings a different style with it.
Owner of Connected Cuppas, Melanie Bright, says she’s [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Hospitality
I was able to experience another perk of a small town community this past week.
Since I bought my Jeep at the beginning of the year, I’ve had to [...]
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Council Briefs
Representatives of TC Energy were in attendance to update council on some future projects planned in the area. TC Energy is in the very early stages of [...]
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AltaLink Open House on Wildfire Safety
AltaLink held an open house on wildfire safety in the Crowsnest Pass on Tuesday October 29th.
The information session was designed for residents to come out and [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Renenbrance
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to seeing Christmas stuff before Remembrance Day, a part of me rages inside.
You can trust me when I tell you [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Legacy of Emanuel Hahn
Cenotaph statues can be found all across Canada usually positioned above marble or concrete engraved lists of the war dead from both World War’s One and Two and Korea. I have stood at the Coleman cenotaph for [...]
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