January 15th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 2
- New maps made for PPK
- Thunder Hockey
- Crowsnest Pass Music
  Festival update
- 22 years of service
  to our country
- Local realtor to host
  an appreciation night
- RCMP Stats
- Puzzle Page
- Here's My Card
- What a career
- Simply Selles
- Scotiabank Donates
- Celebrating Minor
  Hockey Week
- Passtrak’s Jack
  Simpson meet
- Letters to the Editor
- The Simple Ravens Post
- Council Briefs
- Cox Electric giving
  back to its community
- Looking Back
- Jacquie From brings
  Indian Head Massage
  to clients
- Letters to the Editor
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
New maps made for PPK
Robin Derkatz grew up in the Crowsnest Pass and has spent countless hours on the local ski hill. Using skills she acquired over her years at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton, she created a new 2D image of the mountain for the Pass Powderkeg to use for maps. This season the PPK will be selling trail map postcards for $2 to raise funds towards replacing the four large exterior trail maps at the hill.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Council Briefs
North Coal provided council with an update on where they are regarding their mining operation at Michel Head and Loop Ridge. North Coal is currently targeting a [...]
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Wayne Robutka retires after 45 years with community
Wayne Robutka has spent his entire life in the Crowsnest Pass and he’s seen a lot of change over that time.
Robutka has worked for the municipality since 1984 when he started off on a [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Remembering the Ostash Tragedy
I have dipped into Mrs. Mundie’s scrapbooks once again and will take you back to the era when natural gas conversions were going on in the Pass. It was an amazing time in which the old coal furnace and the continuous chore of [...]
Previous Issues
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Australia Day fundraiser selling out
The 8th annual Australia Day fundraiser put on by Riversdale Resources in quickly approaching.
This year, the fundraiser will take place [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
Comfortable and Familiar
This year has absolutely flown by for me.
If feels like I’ve been living and working in the Pass for just a few short months but as I look at my [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Tales from the Cookie Box – Let’s Go See the World
When we left off last week I promised to wrap up this now four part series on the one and only Gunter Koci. To do so I would be remiss if I didn’t share another serendipitous story about how he came to live in [...]
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Million Light Festival
The Bellecrest Society held their annual festival of lights December 7th.
Belle Kovach, a volunteer with the Bellecrest Society, says the [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
Happy Coach
As Lisa mentioned in her editorial last week, I am coaching the Grade 7 and 8 “B” boys basketball team this year.
The school approached me and they [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Tales from the Cookie Box – A New Beginning
We left off last week’s column with Gunter and Franz Koci arriving in Blairmore in late 1951 after an 11 day boat trip and then train ride across Canada. They soon settled in Blairmore with Franz working at the [...]
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Pass Pottery Club celebrating 45 years
The Pass Pottery Club is celebrating 45 years in the Crowsnest Pass on Saturday, December 7th.
The club will be hosting a sale from 9am-3pm and will also have [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
Hockey Culture
There’s been more news out of the hockey world regarding “hockey culture” and the way it can affect young players.
What’s meant by hockey culture is mainly the idea of [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Tales from the Cookie Box – Gunter in the War Years
When we left off last week a young Gunter Koci was finishing school in Duisburg, Germany at the age of fifteen in 1943. Keep in mind that war was raging all around at this time and [...]
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January 15th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 2
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