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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Earth Week contest at Horace Allen
The Eco Club, headed up by Mrs. Margetak at the Horace Allen School, showcases their plastic grocery bag collection. From April 18-22, the club dediated their time collecting plastic garbage bags along with elementary schools across Canada.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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New tutoring business to open in CNP
Kathy Brecht, of the Crowsnest Pass, is kickstarting a local tutoring business called, Above Grade Level. Brecht is a franchisee of Above Grade Level which is a tutoring company aimed at [...]
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One step closer to selling utilities
On April 19, council passed a motion to proceed with the sale of the community owned electrical distribution system to FortisAlberta.
The motion ends the [...]
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More charges for Saretzky
Derek Saretzky, the man accused of killing a little girl and her father, has been charged with the death of [...]
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Community support needed for local woman and her dog
I’m Alexis. I am a very lively person- and have been very involved in my hometown of the Crowsnest Pass in terms of leadership and advocacy for youth. I now am attending the University of Lethbridge to become [...]
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Panther Baseball update
The Crowsnest Panthers beat JT Foster Knights on Thursday 18-7 at Nanton in five innings.
The Panthers scored [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Joseph Burr Tyrrell – The Pacer in the Pass
It occurred to me the other day that I, along with every other coal miner that has worked the coal seams on both sides of the Crowsnest Pass, owes a debt of gratitude to [...]
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Previous Issues
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Ian Baxter appointed new principal
Next school year, Ian Baxter will be replacing Wesley Wescott as principal of Crowsnest Consolidated High School (CCHS).
Wescott has accepted a position as [...]
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Update on doctor assisted death legistlation in Canada
Under new legislation tabled in Parliament on April 14, doctor-assisted death will be restricted to mentally competent adults who have serious and [...]
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Turning Pointe stars light up the stage
The 14th annual Festival of Stars was held at M.D.M in Bellevue on Saturday April 9. Members and students from [...]
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Utility sale to Fortis update
On April 13 at Blairmore’s Elks Hall, the municipality held a second open house on the possible sale of the community owned electrical distribution system to FortisAlberta.
If there were a [...]
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Tae Kwon Do competition at CCHS
Teams from across Southwest Alberta and B.C. took part in a competition hosted by Kootenay Tae Kwon Do (KTD) at [...]
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The wandering Health Hub finds great new location in Coleman
Years ago, Dr. Sarah-Dash Arbuckle was looking into the possibility of maybe opening her own health centre.
Fast-forward through 12 years of hard work, and [...]
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EDITORIAL AND OPINIONS
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Pride for our home
I love living in the area that I do, I can lay my head down at night and not hear the sounds of the bustling city around me. I can look out my window and see nature in its pure raw glory and [...]
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Body of murdered Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette returned
Months ago, the mom of a missing toddler found dead in Blairmore said she was angry she couldn’t bury her child because authorities wouldn’t release the two-year-old’s body.
“The hardest part about all of this right now is [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Part Five – East Crowsnest Pass Drainages
So turning once again to how does the flow go to the Crow, let’s wrap this water course course up with a look at some of the creeks on the east edge of the municipal boundary. The two significant ones size-wise are, of course, [...]
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50 Ruth's Review - Ruth Jewell
A Memoir of the Cleveland Kidnappings
May 6 will be the third anniversary of Michelle Knight’s release from captivity. That will make her 35 years old. Michelle is neither bitter nor bent on revenge. Her kidnapper is [...]
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