December 2nd, 2015 ~ Vol. 85 No. 46
- Artist Collective
- Food bank usage sees
  huge increase
- N.I.T. Gives Back
- Pastorís Pen
- Crowsnest Thunder
  Hockey Scores
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Town council approves
  12-month subdivision
  extension in Coleman
- Council yields to
  pressure, installs
  yield signs in Coleman
- Ruthís Review
- The Health Corner
- The Pass Herald was
- Question of the Week
- Council updated on
  Grassy Mountain mine
- Saretzky is found fit
  to stand trial for
- Bellevue Legion
- Regulators want
  feedback on mine
- Looking Back
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Municipal council and
  administrative reports
- FCSS experiments with
  public transit system
- Artist captures life
  on the roads of rural

Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Artist Collective Studio
A group of artists gathered at the Artist Collective Studio on Nov. 29 in Blairmore for a mixed media and painting class taught by guest instructor Justina Smith. Located at 13231, 20th ave in Blairmore, the studio offers workshops for the community including figure-drawing sessions.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Food bank usage sees huge increase
On Nov. 27, volunteer fireman Evan Stewart and his buddies were out on an icy stretch of 22nd Avenue near the Tim Hortons collecting money for charity.
“Feel the boot,” he said, offering the large rubber [...]
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Council yields to pressure, installs yield signs in Coleman
It took some doing. But now the traffic signage at 77th Street and 27th Avenue in Coleman will finally conform to safety guidelines with council’s decision to install yield signs.
The incident started during a [...]
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The Pass Herald Was Here
The Crowsnest Pass Herald has been in operation since 1930, and has seen a lot of things in our valley over its 85 year history. The following timeline, [...]
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Council updated on Grassy Mountain mine project
With Riversdale Resources' proposal for the Grassy Mountain metallurgic coal mine before federal and provincial energy regulators, Environment Canada has said the project would hurt one of the community’s most important resources: it’s [...]
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Saretzky is found fit to stand trial for murder
In the mind of Terry Blanchette’s sister Amanda Blanchette, there is no question of who is responsible for the deaths of her young niece and brother.
“We only hope that he [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Eight Pages of Remarkable History
One of the most comprehensive coal mining archives that exist in Canada is that of the former Crowsnest Pass Coal Company, which is stored in the basement of Fernie City Hall and at the Glenbow Archives. I was fortunate enough to study this collection for years and amongst the thousands of pictures, artifacts, reports and company files I found [...]
Previous Issues
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Teck cuts 1,000 jobs, lowers dividend, withdraws Coal Mountain expansion
Teck Resources Ltd. is shedding jobs and cutting costs in response to stubbornly low commodity prices.
The Vancouver based mining company is eliminating [...]
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The Pass Herald celebrates 85 years of local news
When you think about it, it’s really quite amazing that the Crowsnest Pass Herald is celebrating its 85th anniversary this year.
How long is 85 years? It’s the average life expectancy of [...]
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MP Barlow visits Boys and Girls Club
Kids say the darndest things, learned a group of local politicians last week.
Foothills MP John Barlow and Councillors Bill Kovach and Shar Cartwright visited Isabelle Sellon School on Nov. 18 and faced questions from [...]
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Delegates promote the Pass at Medicine Hat trade show
During the last weekend in October, a delegation from the Pass was at Medicine Hat’s Great West Home & Leisure Show.
Economic Development Committee chair [...]
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Coverage and Controversy: the role of a small town paper
Come closer, and I’ll tell you the best kept secret in town.
The Crowsnest Pass Herald, believe it or not, is not and has never been universally popular among every local resident.
All right, so it’s not exactly [...]
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The Dunlops return to Frank
On Nov. 11, a piece of living history was sitting in the Coleman Legion, eating a bowl of minestrone soup and leafing through a photo album of his glorious and terrible family history.
Looking through the album, you can see [...]
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Riversdale files EIA with regulators
Last week Riversdale Resources Ltd., filed applications with the provincial and federal governments to move the Grassy Mountain Coal Project to the [...]
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‘John the Barber’ providing cutting service since 1959
I needed a haircut. I had been getting pretty shaggy, with hairs sticking out every which way so I went to John’s Barber Shop.
Walking into Vigna’s barbershop is like walking into [...]
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Community committee pitches park in West Coleman
West Coleman Children’s Playground Committee (WCCPC) member Robin Loseth is saying parents in West Coleman don’t want their kids playing in the street.
“There have been several close calls with [...]
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Finning in Sparwood to close its doors, Pass impacted
Finning in Sparwood has announced that it will be closing its location there as a part of the shutdown of [...]
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December 2nd ~ Vol. 85 No. 46
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