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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
A York Creek Halloween
Students from both Ms. Tarcon and Mrs. Margetak’s Grade 2 class celebrated Halloween morning with residents at the York Creek Lodge. In the centre of the photo is Mrs. Kay Kerr dressed and ready to meet the children.
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FEATURE COLUMNIST
Who's in Charge - S.C. Rudegan
Who's in Charge
It’s quite something to see Stephen Harper sweat. He’s not a man who suits a muggy underarm. And you just know that under that mushroom cap of hair he has a 1970s sweatband, soaking up all the excess moisture so he doesn’t drip on television.
Of course, [...]
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Bonnie’s Fashion hosts an exclusive Trunk Show
Bonnie’s Fashion is rolling out the racks for another exclusive look at what clothing designer Joseph Ribkoff has for the Pass at the store’s Trunk Sale, November 1st. [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Bear Monitoring Killed
Local wildlife authorities are withdrawing the locations of bears from the media after a young black bear was killed near Bellevue in the past month. [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Blessing of the Hunt Beat All
The day and night tradeshow/event Blessing of the Hunt was a hit.
Hunting fans enjoyed vendors, hunting tutorials and archery during the day and Yuk-Yuks comedian Scott Dumas, an elk bugling contest and [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Two Traffic Stops in 24 Hours Net Over 300 Pounds of Marijuana, $15,000 Cash
Approximately 300 pounds of marijuana, five pounds of hash, approximately $15,000 in Canadian currency and a semi-truck were seized in [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Riversdale announces operation in Crowsnest Pass
Representatives of Riversdale Resources were at the Crowsnest Pass Sports Complex to discuss it’s new project in the region, October 15th.
The Grassy Mountain coal Project will [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Boys and Girls Club encourages community garden
Kids in the Crowsnest Pass area are getting a chance to get their hands dirty with a new community garden.
The Crowsnest Pass Agricultural Society donated [...]
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New Publishing Date for the Herald
It was announced this week, that the Crowsnest Pass Herald and Elk Valley Herald will now be publishing on each Wednesday rather than the current Tuesday to provide more services for our advertisers and subscribers. This will also allow for additional news content each week.
The online version will be uploaded on Tuesday at noon instead of Monday at noon.
Advertising deadline is now Friday at noon.
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Story 1 - Crowsnest Pass Herald
Bellevue Underground Mine update
It was a busy summer season for the Bellevue Underground Mine this year.
Despite losing government support through the Summer Temporary Employment Program (STEP) and the Community Spirit Program the mine persevered, adjusted its plan and pushed on though the season. In the process they [...]
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New council kicks off for the Pass
Crowsnest Pass Municipal Council held its first meeting by swearing-in the new mayor and council members, October 29th, 2013.
Eight questions on state of affairs and a deep freeze for municipal spending and hiring were the issues at hand. [...]
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Teck helps fund affordable housing
Sparwood, BC - The Crowsnest Community Support Society (CCSS) is excited to have completed construction of the second affordable housing project for adults with disabilities in Blairmore. CCSS currently supports [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Connie Kaldor Serenades the Pass Herald
“For this concert- it was very different from the concert the night before and the night before,” begins Juno award-winning singer Connie Kaldor.
“I’m here in this spot, [...]
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Gott Mit Uns - God is with Us
Part of my fascination with history reaches into the realm of war stories and I have been devouring books and magazines for many years that tell thousands of remarkable stories of how wars have unfolded.
Some stories are [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Legion honours Last World War 2 Vets
The Bellevue Legion cracked open a bottle of wine commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Normandy Landing in honour of the last two living World War 2 veterans at the legion. [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Preparation is key when driving in winter weather
Driving can be dangerous during harsh winter weather if your vehicle isn't properly prepared. Start off the season right by winterizing your vehicle before taking to the road. To make sure [...]
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FEATURE COLUMNIST
Diego Syz - Stop n Talk
So after years of digital crusades over file sharing and subscription to services; studies suggest digital piracy may not be the androgynous demon at the door of the music and movie industry it has been made out to be. [...]
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