June 22nd, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 25
- Wrestling Bellecrest
- Parks Canada conducts
  burn in the Waterton
  area to save
  whitebark pine
- Pass hosts first
  under-12 tournament
- Crowsnest
  Conservation bird
- Pure Power Wrestlers
  hit the mat at
  Bellecrest Days
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Dreams of seeing
  mining train again
- Waterline break near
  Kananaskis Wilds
- Canada Day events in
- Town Talk
- Bellecrest Days 2016
- Community Calendar
- Question of the Week
- Sparwood 3D shoot on
- British expats living
  in Pass weigh in on
- Top 10 tips for
  seniors in advance of
  World Elder Abuse
  Awareness Day
- A wealth of
  experience for new
  Royal Bank manager
- Servus Gives Back
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Fishing season opens
  on Eastern Slopes
- World Wide Knit in
- Crowsnest Pass loses
  iconic women’s
  fashion store
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Wrestling Bellecrest Days
Massive Damage, “The Tattooed Terminator” and Kato at a Pure Power Wrestling event June 19 during Bellecrest Days.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Pass hosts first under-12 tournament
Crowsnest teams placed third and fourth respectively on June 18 as the Pass hosted its first under-12 soccer tournament at the [...]
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Dreams of seeing mining train again
Crowsnest Museum manager Chris Mathews would like to see a long disused mining locomotive chugging along the tracks again, someday.
The 25-ton General Electric gas/diesel rail engine was [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
This Town Talk is about myself
A while back, a local girl Alexis Bohmer took a big step and told people that she needed help. She was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and appealed to this community for [...]
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A wealth of experience for new Royal Bank manager
The new manager at Royal Bank of Canada’s Crowsnest branch brings a wealth of experience to the job.
Vanessa Farraj has been a [...]
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Crowsnest Pass loses iconic women’s fashion store
For years it was under the big clock at the four-way stop.
Then on June 1, at 10:30 p.m. after clearing out her remaining inventory and cleaning up, Anita Ferguson locked the door to her business for [...]
Previous Issues
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RCMP charge Bridgegate developers with fraud and theft
All that’s left of the scheme to turn the Pass into the next Fernie or Canmore are a few pieces of rusting construction equipment in an empty field along the highway.
On June 10, William Lloyd Bradley, 68, and Colin Joseph Becker, 49, both of Calgary, were charged with [...]
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Local censures council on decision to relocate seniors’ lodge
Carol Poelt does not want the new seniors’ lodge to be built in Coleman.
On June 7, the Crowsnest resident passionately objected to the proposed site for the new lodge but council says there are [...]
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Riversdale and the CNP Golf Course
The proposal to build mining infrastructure on the site of its lower nine holes is an excellent opportunity for the community golf course says Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club superintendent Waren Geitz.
Once the lower nine holes are removed and [...]
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Boobygate: update on quad string
Last week the Pass Herald reported that Crowsnest Pass RCMP were trying to figure out who was allegedly booby-trapping popular off-road trails after [...]
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Triple murder suspect Derek Saretzky to face jury trial
The man accused of killing three people in Crowsnest Pass last September will face a [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
One Man's Father, Every Man's Father
The third Sunday in June has been set aside by the powers that be to pay homage to our fathers. I have mixed feelings about these types of special events, being only one day affairs. We all recognize that [...]
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By-law discussions take place at the municipal open house
The enforcement of bylaws is a new and exciting revenue stream for the municipality.
Since January a total of [...]
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Investigating booby-trapped quad trails
Crowsnest Pass RCMP are trying to figure out who is allegedly booby-trapping popular off-road trails in the community after a Lethbridge man says he found [...]
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New Grizzly bear recovery plan
Calgary, AB – A draft of the new Alberta Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan (2016-2021) was released yesterday and CPAWS Southern Alberta is hopeful that the new plan will mean on-the-ground changes towards reducing [...]
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Darcy’s Nature Walk for mental health on June 11
Healing has been a long time coming for Randi Lynn Rinaldi and her family.
“We watched our mother struggle with depression all our lives but didn’t really understand what it was when we were younger,” says Randi Lynn who, as a young girl, watched her [...]
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Mock accident teaches teens about drinking and driving
On June 2, Alberta Health Service, the RCMP, Crowsnest Pass Fire/Rescue and Fantin’s Funeral Chapel worked together to educate local youth on safe driving.
The organizations collaborated on [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Looking Back at High School Graduation Memories
So this coming July long weekend former graduates from the years 1960 to 1975 in Crowsnest Pass high schools will gather together to reminisce and bring each other up to date on what has happened since they went [...]
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