October 7th, 2015 ~ Vol. 85 No. 39
- Election Preview
- Poaching of fish on
  Oldman River
- Vandalism poses
  safety risk on trails
- Bear Briefs
- Election 2015: Know
  your Foothills
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Ruth’s Review
- Crowsnest
  Consolidated Academic
  and Athetic Awards
- Non-whites need not
- Kitchen open at Cos
- Fire Prevention Week
- Community Calendar
- Question of the Week
- High Maintenance
- Turtle Mountain
  Riding club awards
- Game, set ... match
- Crowsnest Pass
  partnerships makes
- 5 Tips for Putting
  Your Garden to Bed
  this fall
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- 4 tips to prepare
  your lawn for winter
- Derek Saretzky to
  undergo psychiatric
- Meketek Murder needs
- Our planets future,
  our children's future
- $100,000 Raised and
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Dunbar family issues emotional statement as hundreds gather to mourn Hailey and Terry
As hundreds gathered for a public memorial service, those closest to slain two-year-old Hailey Dunbar Blanchette said they have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of support that has [...]
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Election Preview
From Springbank in the north to Waterton National Park and the U.S. border in the south, Foothills voters will be going to the polls Oct. 19 to choose a Prime Minister and a Member of Parliament. Multiple polls suggest the three main parties are tied in a three way race but there are six candidates competing for your vote.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Poaching of fish on Oldman River
In what has been called a significant poaching case, six Lethbridge men pleaded guilty to poaching threatened fish and were fined $1,000 each for taking four [...]
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Election 2015: Know your Foothills candidates
On Oct. 19, Canadians will be voting in a federal election and candidates in the Foothills riding, formerly Macleod, are on the campaign trail.
Six candidates are competing for this new riding, which was created [...]
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Crowsnest Consolidated Academic and Athetic Awards
Full listing of award recipients. [...]
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Non-whites need not apply
It’s only a 1907 advertisement for the Grand Union Hotel in Coleman but look a little closer and you’ll see that it’s marketing much more than telephone service and new furnishings: it’s marketing an all white staff.
Thirty rooms electric lighted and furnished in first-style, reads the ad.
Bar and table the best that [...]
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Derek Saretzky to undergo psychiatric assessment
Derek Saretzky, the man accused of killing two-year-old Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette and her father Terry Blanchette is undergoing a 30-day psychiatric assessment to determine whether he is fit to stand trial.
The 22-year old Blairmore man faces [...]
Previous Issues
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Hillcrest fire hall once again open and ready
On Sept. 28, after months of preparation, the Hillcrest fire hall was officially reopened in front of a small crowd of local officials, volunteers and fire/rescue personnel.
“The Hillcrest Fire Department has [...]
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Crowsnest native seeks to monetize social media with exciting new business model
A tweet is free.
But not if Crowsnest Consolidated High School (CCHS) graduate of 2010 Matt Heisie has anything to say about it.
The 23-year old Crowsnest native is aiming to
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Supermoon total eclipse
On Sunday September 27th you may have been lucky enough to look at the east sky and see a bright blood red moon. Many people gathered outside to witness the once in a generation event with [...]
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Servus welcomes new branch manager with open house
Servus Credit Union welcomed its new branch manager Friday with an open house and a Boys and Girls Club barbecue.
“We thought that instead of [...]
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NDP, MLA, mayor and councillors on protecting the Castle
The NDP, the mayor, several councillors and our MLA are all weighing in on the province’s plan to protect the Castle Wilderness Area with the creation of two new parks.
The NDP: public consultation and jobs
The government is [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
A Nightmare at Mount Sorrel
According to the Canadian Military Engineering Museum the origin of the term ‘sapper” lies in the French word "sape," meaning undermine and the Middle French word "sap" that was a spade or a hoe. It seems that in medieval times [...]
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Shooting the breeze with one of Canada’s best pistol shooters
Over a week of competition at the Canadian National Pistol Championships held in Camrose, Alta. in August, Crowsnest resident Kai Eckardt won six individual medals, a [...]
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The brightest celebrated at Crowsnest Consolidated
The Crowsnest Consolidated High School celebrated the academic accomplishments of its students on Thursday, September 17.
Principal Wes Wescott began the awards noting that [...]
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Communities across the country show support for Hailey and Terry
While wiping down tables and serving food and drinks to hundreds of bikers at Pure Country Saloon in Frank, Alta. on Saturday, Crowsnest resident Val Slapak explained why she was volunteering as a waitress: she couldn’t stay at home knowing people were [...]
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RCMP Major Crime Unit remains in community
Members from the RCMP Major Crime Unit are still in the community conducting investigations into the killings of both Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette, her father Terry Blanchette and Hanne Meketech.
“We’re checking in with [...]
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High school golf team takes second at tournament
Like the Pass’ very own Happy Gilmore, local youth Justice Stella, 15, won the [...]
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