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- ‘Ryp’ It Up!
- Sheldon Steinke reflects
  on seven and a half
  months as CAO
- Dr. Paterson brings his
  chiropractic practice to
  the Crowsnest Pass
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  with bylaws
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‘Ryp’ It Up!
The third annual Ricky Ryp Golf Tournament began on Friday, July 26th at the Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club. 288 golfers in teams of four golfed both Friday and Saturday with the culmination of a dinner and auction. This team of lovely ladies from left; Connie Hill, Tracey Linderman, Angie Marra and Dawn Wakaluk, showcase their Rick Tshirts.
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Chiropractor will be offering services in the Pass
Chiropractic medicine has come a long way from the theory of vertebral subluxation, which claims good health requires a well aligned spine and led to the stereotype of the chiropractic ‘back cracker.’
Just ask, Lindsey Paterson, member of the [...]
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Portions of River Run land to be auctioned off
On June 3, council agreed to auction off a portion of the failed 52-acre River Run development adjacent to the Crowsnest River in Blairmore. [...]
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Donations increase for family of murdered Pincher Creek man
Funds are pouring in to support the family of a former Pincher Creek resident killed last week in the Yukon.
Tanner Sinclair, 27, was stabbed in [...]
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The Sleepee Teepee Motel - An Iconic Story
It is a matter of conjecture about which design came first. The giant teepee my father built in the yard of our house in Coleman in 1958 that overlooked main street or the very similar Sleepee Teepee Motel units that Max Brown and Roger Demoustiez constructed in the early 1960’s in West Blairmore.
Whichever came first, [...]
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Stantec gives flood recovery update
About one-year ago, the community’s quiet streams were turned into destructive torrents, sending trees, boulders and other debris barreling through yards, roads and bridges.
Since then, [...]
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Pundits encourage anglers to celebrate National Fishing Week
Though it might seem old-fashioned to people of the digital age, the recreational fishing industry wants to remind you that getting out doors and casting a line is still an option.
“You would think that in Canada, we wouldn’t need [...]
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Car dealer frustrated by municipal bylaws
An application for a temporary sales lot at the Crowsnest Mall has become snarled in a zoning issue.
Bridge City Chrysler’s Bob Morrow is frustrated council has been hesitant in granting him permission to set up a [...]
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Sheldon Steinke reflects on seven and a half months as CAO
This time last year CAO Sheldon Steinke was a retired gentleman.
He retired as the town manager for Coaldale in 2005, he’d retired from the military in 2010 and then spent the next few years trying to [...]
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Ski hill master plan could mean higher ticket prices
The Pass Powder Keg Ski Society has an ambitious plan to upgrade the ski resort in Blairmore but some of the costs will be transferred to the people who use the community’s hill.
Phase 1 of the plan will cost [...]
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Golden finish at Provincials for Ravens
A great season for the Crowsnest Pass Ravens junior lacrosse team was capped off with a brilliant finish as they captured the Gold Medal at the Provincial Tournament in Olds on July 20. In the Gold Medal match-up, the Ravens upset the [...]
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What was the Big Blue Tent?
According to Rose Friesen, age seventy-two, you are never too old for the work of the Lord. Together with her huband Wilbert, age 77, this couple from Rosenort, Manitoba, [...]
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Development statistics show moderate growth
Development in the Crowsnest Pass is showing moderate growth this year and Coleman, accounting for 40 per cent of all development applications, is leading the way.
Development officer Ken Bourdeau, presented the [...]
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Piranhas take a bite out of competition
Smelling blood in the water, the Pass Piranha Swim Team put on their best performance of the year at the Crowsnest Community Swimming Pool on July 11 and 12.
The Piranhas came in [...]
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Jace Bohmer Hits Century Mark in Raven’s Victory
History was made at the Albert Stella Arena in Blairmore on Sunday, July 13 during the Crowsnest Pass Ravens junior lacrosse game against the Medicine Hat Sun Devils. Captain Jace Bohmer capped off an unbelievable season by scoring his 100th goal of the regular season in the 16-7 victory. To put this accomplishment in perspective, [...]
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