February 26th, 2014 ~ Vol. 84 No. 8
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- Shoring up the
  Bellevue Mine
- Rum Runner Days
  runs out of time
- Tim Horton’s Smile
  Cookie Campaign
- BearSmart program
  vies for Shell grant
- Moose on the Loose
- Enjoying the Gold
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- Who’s in charge
- Castle Mountain
  avalanche leaves three
  skiers with minor injuries
- Prohibition themed
  Wintervention
- Crowsnest SPCA open
  on Saturdays with new
  hours
- Youth and the Work
  World wants to keep
  kids in the Pass
- Community Calendar
- Letters to the Editor
- Crowsnest Pass Music
  Festival
- The Black Spot
- Torch Run at the Ski Hill
- Crowsnest Pass
  Council update from
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- Municipality purchases
  multiuse road sign
- Bricks & Boquets
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Shoring up the Bellevue Mine
A mix of experienced and new miners met at the Bellevue Underground Mine on Saturday, Feb. 22, to help preserve a piece of Crowsnest history. The volunteers were shoring up timbers that had been weakened during the construction of Highway 3.
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BearSmart program vies for Shell grant
Crowsnest Conservation’s BearSmart program is in the running for a Shell Fuelling Change grant worth $25,000.
The program is sitting in [...]
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Municipality purchases multiuse road sign
Speeding drivers beware; the municipality has purchased a multiuse road sign with the ability to photograph passing vehicles.
“You see that camera in it that’s [...]
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Rockies stand tall to earn Bantam AA playoff berth
Al Michaels famously asked, “Do you believe in miracles?” when a group of amateur U.S. hockey players knocked off the powerhouse Soviets in the 1980 Winter Olympics.
The Southwest Rockies staged [...]
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Crow Snow Riders address funding cuts
After being denied half of their annual Municipal Recreation Grant (MRT) the Crow Snow Riders Snowmobiling Association is appealing to council for help.
“We’ll be sending a letter to [...]
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Local artists to reunite for Valentines Day performance
Local artist Jeff Chambers started playing the piano at the age of five. Then, like many young people, he became interested in rock and roll, so he picked up the guitar.
When he was twelve years old he [...]
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Victim Services still active in Pass
Despite administrative changes the Crowsnest Pass still has an active Victim Services Unit and is looking for volunteers.
“There’s some questions in the community, do [we] still have a unit or not? Because of the [...]
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Rum Runner Days runs out of time
On Tuesday, Feb. 25, time ran out for Rum Runner Days 2014 as council voted to cancel this year’s festival.
Council says time constrains, volunteer shortages and funding required for other municipal events contributed to the decision. The good news for Pass residents is [...]
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Prohibition themed Wintervention
“By January it had always been winter,” wrote E. Annie Proulx, about this cold season in her Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Shipping News.
This time of year it can be hard to [...]
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Youth and the Work World wants to keep kids in the Pass
When Joanne Wilson’s stepson left for college in Lethbridge, she doubted he would be coming back to the Crowsnest Pass.
“That’s the way it is with a lot of parents here,” says Wilson. “Other than [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Special Olympic team wants help
“As the mother of a Special Olympics athlete, I would like to share with you our story,” said an emotional Sandra Mullen, manager of the Crowsnest Pass Special Olympic Team, to council on Feb. 11.
“How would you react when [...]
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Crowsnest citizens nominated for Alberta Order of Excellence
Fred Bradley and Jane Ann Reimer are being nominated for the Alberta Order of Excellence.
Reimer spent 29 years as a teacher in the Crowsnest Pass. In 1998, she helped found the [...]
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Say no to offsite levies
On Tuesday, Feb.11 a delegation of real estate developers told council the moratorium on offsite levies should continue until the community sees measurable growth.
Enid Slack, Director of [...]
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Crowsnest Centre over budget, behind schedule
The demolition of the Crowsnest Centre is behind schedule and extra asbestos discovered at the site is costing the municipality an additional $154,000.
“Where they found additional asbestos was in [...]
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Historic Bellevue Inn has new owners
If you’re thinking that Frank and Patricia Green, the new owners of the historic Bellevue Inn, will be radically changing the place, you can put your fears to rest.
That is, unless [...]
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