April 22nd, 2015 ~ Vol. 85 No. 22

- Festival of Stars
- Crowsnest volunteers
- Lowe gets his day in
  court for beating
- Riversdale pitches
  Grassy Mountain coal
  to Asian steelmakers
- Talk about Life
- Town Council solves
  deficit and budget
- Cowboys and cowgirls
  coming to town for KRA
  Pro Rodeo
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Community Calendar
- From the Deputy's chair
  ... Protective Services
- Pellet gun scare puts
  school on lockdown
- Livingstone Range
  Students participate in
  third industrial
- Question of the Week
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Pastor's Pen
- Rick's Corner
- Saturday afternoon
  dance fever at MDM
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Festival of Stars
Local performers channeling their inner Bee Gees at the Festival of Stars at the MDM Centre Sunday, April 18th. The girls are (left to right) Madison Harrison, Julia Korbett and Maeve Rothlin.
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Livingstone Range Students participate in third industrial revolution
Last week, Livingstone Range School student Chandler Graft, 17, was carefully preparing his final project for Career and Technology Studies by designing a three-in-one eating implement that can simultaneously dole, spear and cut.
“It’s a [...]
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Riversdale pitches Grassy Mountain coal to Asian steelmakers
Riversdale Resources is already marketing Grassy Mountain coal to Asian steelmakers said managing director Steve Mallyon during the Crowsnest Pass Chamber of Commerce’s monthly meeting at Country Encounters on April 8.
“There are about [...]
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Previous Issues
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Premier Prentice rolls into town, supports Evan Berger, preaches pipeline
Despite low crude prices, the province’s struggling oilsands industry still needs a pipeline to access the global market said Premier Jim Prentice during a campaign stop at the Coleman Seniors’ Centre on Saturday.
“I’m pushing for a [...]
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Five things you should know about the 2015 budget
The 2015 budget is here. At a meeting on April 7, council passed first reading of the Utility Rate Bylaw and the Property Tax Bylaw in preparation to adopt the budget and heard second and third readings at a special council meeting on April 14. Here are five things you need to know about the 2015 budget. [...]
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Lifestyle show a huge success
Dessert met breakfast and the results were delicious at the 2015 Lifestyle and Outdoor Adventure Show at the Coleman Arena this weekend.
Three inches of cupcake smothered in a mixture of [...]
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Bear hunting tips from Fish and Wildlife
With the simultaneous arrival of spring and hunting season, Fish and Wildlife is asking sportsmen to move a little bit further from town so that wildlife remain the only [...]
Diego Syz - Stop n Talk
The Truth Shall Set You Free
What would you do if you woke up one morning to discover that you had literally lost the ability to lie? That for some unexplainable reason your brain would [...]
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Cowboys and cowgirls coming to town for KRA Pro Rodeo
Bulldog the steers and drink some beers it’s rodeo time.
April 24 to 26 is your chance to see some downright ornery rodeo action as some of North America’s best cowboys and cowgirls compete in the 33rd annual Kananaskis Pro Rodeo at the Crowsnest Pass Sports Complex. [...]
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Lowe gets his day in court for beating
Ken Lowe, 44, wants to plead guilty to all charges but his trial has been delayed pending an assessment by Alberta Health Services.
“I talked to my psychiatrist and he said [...]
Diego Syz - Stop n Talk
What Goes Up Must Come Down
Remember the good ol’ days when you felt like you could take on the world? Each day and night were full of endless possibilities where you could play or party like it was the last day on earth and still wake up looking [...]
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Crowsnest Pass to become sin city of the Rockies?
Can the Pass become a travel destination? Yes, said Cameron Spence, industry relations manager with Travel Alberta.
But only if stores stay open past six p.m.
The Pass needs nightlife, packaged experiences and [...]
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When Everyone Used Coal
I think we tend to forget that not so long ago it was coal and only coal that heated our houses, churches, schools and factories. Every place had to take delivery of a few tons now and then and coal was stored in sheds or shovelled down chutes into basements.
I recall [...]
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Pass to receive rail repairs, improved crossings and whistle talk
This summer as part of a $1.5 billion capital plan, CP Rail will be repairing or replacing about 32 kilometres of track through the Pass.
CP spokesperson Salem Woodrow says they will also [...]
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Teck confirms water treatment plant responsible for fish death
Teck confirms that their $100-million water treatment plant, a key piece of the company’s plan to address a selenium pollution problem in the Elk Valley, was responsible for a fish kill last October.
In a statement, Teck says [...]
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Learning to deal with ‘Crude by Rail’
Train derailments, including the recent one in the Crowsnest Pass, have turned the spotlight on rail transportation with respect to rail safety, emergency response planning and training of emergency responders.
Two officers of from our [...]
April 22nd ~ Vol. 85 No. 22
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