March 2nd, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 9
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- The scene of the crime
- The Rise and Fall of
  Emilio Picariello
- Bunny Bonspiel needs
  more teams
- Accused murderer
  Derek Saretzky to
  face preliminary
  inquiry set for June
- Food Bank usage up in
  tough times
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Dollars and sense and
  high payroll
- Ruth’s Review
- Work ongoing to fix
  flood-damaged
  backcountry trails
- Ag Society and KRA
  announce Junior Rodeo
- Crowsnest Pass Music
  Festival
- Question of the Week
- 50 Shades of Black
- Update on Teck
  manpower
- Protective Services
  Weekly Bulletin
- Looking Back
- Historical Society
  ‘Legends of
  Prohibition’ exhibit
- Letters to the Editor
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
The scene of the crime
The old Alberta Provincial Police (APP) barracks in Coleman. Constable Stephen Lawson was shot down in front of the building in 1922. The Crowsnest Historical Society has owned the barracks since 2001 and is working to develop it into a permanent exhibit to tell the stories of the prohibition era in the Crowsnest Pass.
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The Rise and Fall of Emilio Picariello
It’s hard to believe that Italians were once visible minorities.
But that was the reality for Adriana Davies.
At a book signing on Feb. 23, the Italian-born author and historian recalled being [...]
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Bunny Bonspiel needs more teams
Do you want to participate in the 69th annual Bunny Bonspiel?
Well then hurry, and hard.
Thirty men’s teams have [...]
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Accused murderer Derek Saretzky to face preliminary inquiry set for June
As reported by the CBC, Derek Saretzky, who is implicated in one of the most horrific crimes in the Pass’ history, will be back in court in June for a preliminary inquiry.
The inquiry will last [...]
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Dollars and sense and high payroll
Data obtained by the Pass Herald indicates that while the municipal tax levy is rising almost every year, an increasing percentage of the pie is going to pay for [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Flow of the Crow – Part Deux
So let’s continue on in this multi-column series on the significant drainages throughout the Pass by studying Allison, McGillivray, Bohomolec and Nez Perce Creeks. The map photo showing at the top of the page has the courses of each [...]
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Previous Issues
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Feasibility study underway for a new mine in Elk Valley
A private Australian company is looking to develop a metallurgical coal mine in the Elk Valley.
CanAus, a Canadian subsidiary of [...]
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Line Creek water treatment facility
On Feb. 17, Teck announced that its first water treatment facility in the Elk Valley had completed commissioning and was achieving 100 per cent of its design target for reducing selenium [...]
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Crowsnest Pass council briefs
On Feb. 16, council postponed second and third reading of two bylaws that would have approved the Evergreen Heights Area Structure Plan pending additional information.
Bylaw 930, 2015 is in regards to [...]
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Quad squad calls for collaboration with conservationists
As conservationists look to restrict the use of off-highway vehicles (OHVs) on the Eastern Slopes of the Rockies, a local organization is preaching collaboration between quadders and environmentalists.
A Jan. 25 news release co-signed by [...]
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Crowsnest Pass/Pincher Creek Huskies victorious
The Crowsnest Pass/Pincher Creek Midget Huskies have wrapped up an amazing season of hockey.
The group of 16 boys, coached by Kent Goodreau, Lyle Douglas and Blair Goodreau, comprised of [...]
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Local hunters to monitor sheep
Whether he’s fishing or just driving past the Crownest Lakes, Gordon Chaisson’s mind is never far from bighorn sheep.
“I’ve spent a lot of summers and mornings and nights there watching sheep get killed,” he said [...]
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Entrepreneur? Come to the Pass and invest, we have the space
A local business owner is organizing a tour of the community’s empty commercial properties to highlight the potential for entrepreneurship in the Pass.
Event organizer Jessica Atkinson says [...]
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Wintervention in the Pass
If you’re feeling the February blahs, maybe it’s time somebody w-intervened on your behalf.
The Crowsnest Cultural and Recreational Society (CanDo) has your back. On Feb. 19 and 20, CanDo will host [...]
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A Valentine perspective
What is love?
Why is that special person not there? Why give love when it’s unrequited? What’s right? What’s wrong? We were tired of [...]
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FEATURE WRITER
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Crowsnest Pass Real Estate
Our real estate market is chugging along while the rest of Alberta is in major decline. How can this be?
One of the most important reasons [...]
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