April 2nd, 2014 ~ Vol. 84 No. 13
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- Spud League
  Champions
- Pass to feature in
  upcoming CBC series
- Off-site levies
  grievances discussed
  at public meeting
- Fee increases spare
  minor sports users
- Scotiabank donates
  to hockey
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Music for the Mine
  gala a hit
- Budgetary amended
  at council meeting
- It’s barely spring and
  already time for bear
  season
- Who’s in charge
- Looking Back
- Community Calendar
- Letters to the Editor
- New municipal policy
  to formalize funding
  requests
- Music for the Mine
  packs M.D. McEachern
  Community Hall
- ESRD investing in
  wildlife corridors for
  backcountry
- Bricks & Boquets
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Spud League Champions
Showcasing their banner is the Spud League Atom “A” Champions, Crowsnest Pass Thunder . Top row left to right: Assistant Coaches Chad Petrone and Head Coach Dan Jones missing are Assistant Coaches Terrence Olsen and Colin Muscat and Manager Cyd Collings. Second row left to right: Cole Tkachuk, Cole Wemp, Nathan Bohmer, Chris Collings and Olivia Collings. Third row left to right: Austin Whelan, Walker Jones, Cameron Hewison, Kayden Olsen and Cooper Snider. Front row: goalies Ricky Petrone and J.P. Mosby.
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Music for the Mine gala a hit
A bit of Crowsnest History was being played out at the 3rd annual Music for the Mine fundraising gala on Saturday.
The crowd at the M.D. McEachern Community Centre was raising money to [...]
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Fee increases spare minor sports users
No senior discounts were offered when council agreed to increase fees for public facilities, but the kids are making out pretty well.
Lyle Hannan, Director of Community Services, brought forward a list of [...]
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Previous Issues
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John Barlow says journalistic experience helped him win Macleod riding
After winning the Conservative nomination in the federal riding of Macleod, Okotoks newspaperman John Barlow says his journalistic experience is helping him as a politician.
“I think it’s been a huge benefit for me because [...]
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Coleman gas plant to be dismantled by autumn
For many years, the smoke stack of the Devon natural gas plant has dominated the skyline of East Coleman.
But by the fall of this year, that stack and plant will be gone and area will be going back to [...]
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Curriculum criticism doesn't add up
Recently, much has been made of the government's efforts to ensure that Alberta's curriculum is more responsive to the many different ways in which students learn.
As Alberta’s Minister of Education, I feel [...]
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Local man killed at Coal Mountain
On Sunday, March 16, a serious incident occurred at Teck’s Coal Mountain Operation near Sparwood that resulted in the death of 59-year old [...]
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Yoga workshop for grieving coming to the Crowsnest Pass
Over the past several years, the Rinaldi family have been dealing with the effects of mental illness.
In memory of their loved ones, the Rinaldis are spearheading efforts to promote mental wellness in the Pass.
On Saturday, April 5th, [...]
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Pass to feature in upcoming CBC series
The Crowsnest Pass is being featured in an upcoming segment of the CBC series ‘Of All Places.’
The series is about the interesting people and stories of [...]
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ESRD investing in wildlife corridors for backcountry
With the likely expansion of Highway 3 scheduled by the Department of Transportation, the province is trying to ensure the health of the backcountry.
Alberta is investing $3.7 million on [...]
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The Linguistic Legacy of the Crimean War
The current state of affairs in Crimea is certainly a disconcerting one but when one does one’s research one finds the history of the area to be a mind boggling, tangled historic web of ownership and contention. Since the 5th century this strategic area has [...]
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Budget reveals insurance hikes
After damaging property and disrupting lives, the June floods are now doing a number on the municipality’s insurance premiums.
CAO Sheldon Steinke says the total insurance premium [...]
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A decade at The RumRunner
Jody Wood has come a long way from the Motor Hotel in La Ronge, Saskatchewan where the current proprietor of The RumRunner landed her first serving gig.
“It was a dive,” admits Wood. “It was right beside a bar called The Zoo… it was [...]
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Dark day for dummies, fun day for families
Eighteen dummies were sent to their doom in front of about 70 spectators during the annual Dummy Downhill event at the Pass Powder Keg Ski Resort on Sunday.
One of the dummies, [...]
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Ricky Ryp Foundation helps fund surgery
Mark Matuszewski is dreaming of the day his daughter Tosia takes her first steps and thanks to a donation from the Ricky Ryp Foundation, that day might be fast approaching.
“We’re hoping Tosia will start [...]
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Chasing the Royal Scot Story
My last column took you on a helter skelter research binge that wound up in Moose Jaw where we found the 1914 Hillcrest Mine narrow gauge locomotive now called Shortline 101. Early on in my Google meanderings for this story I mentioned a booklet that alluded to [...]
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