January 7th, 2015 ~ Vol. 85 No. 1
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A River Runs Through It
Did you know that at one time there was a brewery located in South Blairmore, bragging that they used mountain spring water for brewing. For decades springs fed a large pond in South Blairmore known to locals as ‘Crazy Joe’s Pond’ and also a well located on 18th Ave. in South Blairmore. The flow was disrupted with the construction of a major gas line, however, it still flows into Crowsnest River as indicated in the above photo demonstrating that spring water does not freeze.
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2015 Coleman Legion Installation
Coleman Legion held their Executive Member Installation on Sunday, January 4th. [...]
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Hillcrest fire hall to re-open
At a meeting on Dec. 2, council passed a motion to reopen the Hillcrest fire hall almost two years after it was closed following the amalgamation of the Pass’ fire/rescue services.
“We need to have [...]
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Christmas Donations, Concerts, Singing and Santa Matching Money
On Dec. 18 Scotia Bank presented the Crowsnest Pass Women’s Resource and Crisis Centre with $5,000 in matching funds [...]
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UROC seeks municipal help for trail expansion in Pass
The United Riders of Crowsnest have plans to turn the Pass into a mountain biking destination.
But it won’t come cheap.
On Dec. 9, representatives from the United Riders of Crowsnest (UROC) asked council for [...]
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Passtrak showing skills
Six Passtrak athletes took part in their first indoor track meet of the season at the University of Calgary on December 6th.
Keely Anderson competed in three events in the 10 and under girl’s category. She ran the [...]
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100 Years Young
Nanci (Ziata) Zboya (nee Aschacher) has reached the century mark. [...]
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Diego Syz - Stop n Talk
The Matrix Has You
When I first got out of the Pen, I was so excited to take advantage of all the possibilities, choices and freedoms that were previously stripped of me, that all I wanted to do was just share my excitement with [...]
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Albert Stella Arena temporarily closed
After a facility review and evaluation of the Albert Stella Memorial Arena raised concerns regarding the condition of the building, the municipality has temporarily closed the building.
“The flags were around[...]
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Surveys shows public support for new municipal brand
The results are in; the majority of citizens who responded to a recent survey endorse the current municipal brand and logo.
At a council meeting on Dec. 16, Kristin Ivey, manager of Corporate Services, said [...]
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Logging proceeds at Star Creek
Despite repeated expressions of community angst and serious environmental concerns, this newspaper has just learned that ESRD (Forestry Division), the University of Alberta and Canfor are actively proceeding with [...]
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When Flying Boats were King
Before the advent of the first long range airliners like the Lockheed Constellation and the Douglas DC-4, (around the end of the Second World War), there was a very different way to cross the Atlantic or the Pacific in an airliner. That would be in spectacularly huge [...]
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Greenhill’s Yuk Yuks fundraiser for Women’s Resource Centre a huge success
Comedian Marcus Beaubier riffed on everything from Vicks Vaporub to airlines at Saturday’s Yuk Yuks fundraising event for the Crowsnest Pass Women’s Resource Crisis Centre at the Greenhill Hotel.
The Pass Herald caught up [...]
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