July 15th, 2015 ~ Vol. 85 No. 28
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- Sinister 7 Ultra + Relay
- New lungs and a new
  life Ron Ockey
- Feats of strength at
  Sinister 7 race
- CNP Fire and Rescue -
  News from the Deputy’s
  Chair
- Brett Kissel comes to
  Key City Theatre
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  Food Festival back for
  fourth year
- Could Oakridge,
  Oregon, become a
  spitting image of Pass?
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Sinister 7 Ultra + Relay
Through stifling heat, torrential rain, thunder, lightning and darkness the Sinister 7 Ultra + Relay runners showed what can be accomplished when you put one foot in front of
the other.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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New lungs and a new life for Coleman resident
March 24, 2015 is Ron Ockey’s new birthday.
That’s the day an anonymous donor gave the Coleman resident the gift of lungs and a second chance at life.
The 63-year old just got home after three months of [...]
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Feats of strength at Sinister 7
Cramping and tired, Anna Koevot, a plucky member of the Crowsnest Consolidates High School (CCHS) running team handily finished the third leg of the grueling Sinister 7.
“It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done and it feels [...]
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Taste of Crowsnest food festival back for fourth year
On July 16, the Taste of Crowsnest food festival will be back for a fourth year of food, drink and charity. [...]
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Could Oakridge, Oregon, become a spitting image of the Pass?
For decades, Oakridge, Oregon, a community nestled in the foothills of the Western Cascade Mountains, was a booming lumber town but by the early 1990s, the lumber industry had collapsed, and Oakridge has struggled ever since, losing [...]
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Municipality to borrow $10 million to finance capital projects
The municipality is borrowing $10 million to help finance almost $53 million in capital projects as part of the 10-Year Capital Plan.
“That’s the grim story of the next ten years when it comes to [...]
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Previous Issues
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Will the Grassy Mountain Coal Project be good for the golf course?
There are many great golf courses located near industrial developments, said Crowsnest Pass Golf & Country Club (CNPGCC) superintendent Waren Geitz.
Often when looking for a place to build a course, industrial sites are the only properties available. In fact [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
The Cycle of Lime - Ancient Chemistry
So it seems that the history of the usage of lime, like that generated for a time at the Frank Lime Kilns, goes back at least 14,000 years. Burning limestone rock at high temperatures produces a mineral (lime) that was used in such historic monuments as [...]
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I went on the inaugural hike of Crowsnest Outdoors, and there was wine
On June 30, I set out to climb Turtle Mountain along with Crowsnest Outdoors co-founder Heather Davis and member Amy Rienzo.
Crowsnest Outdoors is a [...]
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SPECIAL FEATURE
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Money and the Women’s World Cup
On Sunday, I stopped off at a bar in Fernie to watch the U.S. Women’s National Team beat a highly skilled Japanese side 5-2 to win their first championship in 16 years.
I really meant to watch [...]
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Community day a success at Monte Vista Mobile Home Park
“I’ve seen a lot of mobile home parks in B.C. and Alberta and this is one of the best,” said Karen Pickett, resident of Monte Vista Mobile Home Park in Hillcrest. “Here everyone is [...]
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Comics slay at Bellevue Legion show
Societal norms were challenged at the Bellevue Legion last Saturday night when Noor Kidwai, a Muslim comic born in Calgary and raised in High River, took to the stage for a Bellecrest comedy show.
According to his official website, much of [...]
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A CBC garden guru’s six tips to getting the most from a short growing season
Once you’ve been gardening for a long time, especially in a very short growing season, it becomes inevitable that we start looking for ways to lengthen our growing period or at least try and get more out of it! There are some ways [...]
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Five local runners will attempt to solo the Sinister 7
On July 11, almost 1500 runners from all over the world will descend on the Pass for the Sinister 7 Ultra, a grueling 100-mile race.
A total of 204 teams will be competing; they have the luxury of [...]
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7 questions for a set of Sinister 7 Ultra +Relay soloists
Susan Lowe-Wylde and Suzanne Wemp are no slouches.
On July 11, the Pass residents and running buddies will be attempting to solo all 100-miles of the Sinister 7.
The Herald caught up with [...]
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Time to ask about how our Forest Reserves are treated
Landowners bordering the Forest Reserve must feel special these days, especially where logging is proposed. Senior Alberta Forestry staff have visited them, sometimes repeatedly, to warn them of the dangers of unlogged forests.
The message is [...]
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