November 4th, 2015 ~ Vol. 85 No. 43
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- Pumpkins in the Park
- ‘Grand’ Horror
- Crowsnest Pass makes
  BuzzFeed
- Halloween Havoc
- Mine messes of the
  past blamed for Gold
  Creek tailings release
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Coleman’s Summit lime
  plant shuts down
- Hopley seeks reduced
  sentence in abduction
  of Sparwood child
- Ruth’s Review
- Ranchland, Pass yet
  to discuss taxes
- We Must Remember
- Question of the Week
- Remembering the
  Dunlops
- Archeological
  assessment underway
  on golf course
- Psychiatric
  assessment extended
  for Saretzky
- Riversdale’s open
  house highlights
- Cos to be formally
  designated
  historically
  significant
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Bring a Friend Night
  at Kootenay Tae Kwon
  Do
- Historic Designation
  in the Pass
- Carving at Stella’s
- Chimney fire a safety
  reminder for
  residents this winter
- Pastor’s Pen -
  Remember Love
- Happy Birthday
  Bernice, for all you
  do
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Pumpkins in the Park
Crowsnest Pass residents and visitors made their way through Flumerfelt Park on Monday, November 1 during the annual Pumpkins in the Park display. The Coleman Community Society put on the event.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Mine messes of the past blamed for Gold Creek tailings release
As Alberta’s energy regulator continues investigating Riversdale Resources Ltd. for the release of coal tailings into Gold Creek, environmental consultants hired by the Australian based company are saying [...]
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Coleman’s Summit lime plant shuts down
Eight employees were laid off last week when Graymont’s historic Summit lime plant closed.
“I’m the only one left as of today because [...]
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Ranchland, Pass yet to discuss taxes
Hopefully this won’t end up like it did in "One Tin Soldier."
The 1960s Canadian anti-war song tells the story of a hidden treasure and two neighboring peoples: the peaceful Mountain People and the warlike Valley People. The Mountain People had a treasure [...]
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Riversdale’s open house highlights
On Oct. 29, Benga Mining, a wholly owned subsidiary of Australia-based Riversdale Resources Ltd., held an open house at the MDM Community Centre to discuss the Grassy Mountain Coal Project.
In a presentation to several hundred [...]
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Remembering the Dunlops
This year will mark 100 years since John McCraes’ poem In Flanders Field was first written and published. It is a somber reminder that our nation paid a heavy toll for the freedoms we enjoy today. I think it is only fitting [...]
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Previous Issues
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New Peace Officer for Pass hired
Michael Wilson is originally from Manitoba but has been working in the town of [...]
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Blairmore’s Gazebo Park yarn bombed
Guerilla artists attacked Gazebo Park in Blairmore on Sunday , October 25th leaving colourful quilts on benches and cozy looking trees.
The art attack, commonly known as a yarn bombing, was committed by [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
A Mechanic, a Journalist and a 1912 Reo Motorcar
Part of the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Heritage Inventory Project process includes the crafting of what is known as a context paper for each community. It is an overview of how [...]
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Council and rec board talk relocating Albert Stella users
After a recent meeting, council and the municipal recreation board are saying the worst case scenario is user groups will need to be relocated when Albert Stella Memorial Arena [...]
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Fish and Wildlife moves bear
Growling and peering through the tiny holes of her culvert trap, the adult female grizzly had been captured last week near a [...]
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Locals discuss new Park
If it’s true that the best compromise is when no one is happy, then the Hillcrest Fish and Game Protective Association is ready to [...]
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Riversdale shares expected impacts of Grassy Mountain Coal Project
A social impact assessment produced on behalf of Riversdale Resources is promising growth for the community if the Grassy Mountain Coal Project moves forward and stagnation and decline if it doesn’t.
On Oct. 14, in a [...]
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Young girl with celebral palsy giving back one tab at a time
Eight-year-old Claira Murray has cerebral palsy but its not stopping her from giving back.
The young girl has been collecting pop can tabs, which she [...]
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Hunting and off-highway vehicles in a provincial park?
On Sept. 4, Environment Minister Shannon Phillips announced the government would protect the Castle Wilderness Area by turning more than 1,000 square kilometres of it into a provincial park and provincial wildland area.
But with plans to [...]
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Conservative John Barlow takes Foothills riding
Former newspaper editor John Barlow has been elected the first ever Member of Parliament of the newly created Foothills riding.
“It’s a little PC history,” said Barlow.
After a redrawing of [...]
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Trudeau’s Liberals win majority
It was the birth of Canada’s first political dynasty and a stunning victory for Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party.
Starting with a sweep of [...]
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