July 20th, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 29
- Pass Piranha swim meet
- A New Name
- Piranha swimmers
  shine at swim meet
- Artist Studio tour of
  Pass and area
- Committee wants to
  spruce up the
  community’s signs
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- OHV and the Pass
- Vendors coming for
  Crowsnest Country
- Taste of Crowsnest
  food festival back
  for fifth year
- Traffic lights could
  be coming to Tim
  Hortons turnoff
- Looking Back
- Question of the Week
- Duck Run
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Pass Piranha swim meet
The Pass Piranha Swim Club held their annual swim meet on the July 15 weekend. 205 swimmers from all over southern Alberta attended the event. The club posted 50 best times and several aggregate medals. Swimming 50m backstroke is Quinn Douglas, bottom lane Ruin Douglas, both of the Pass Piranhas club.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Piranha swimmers shine at swim meet
Smelling blood in the water, the Pass Piranha Swim Team put on their best performance of the year at the Crowsnest Community Swimming Pool on July 15 and 16.
Despite the cold and rainy weather [...]
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Committee wants to spruce up the community’s signs
The Economic Development and Tourism Committee (EDTC) is looking to impose standards on the community by reviving a long-shelved bylaw that would [...]
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Open house on off-highway vehicle bylaw
Last week council held an open house to gather input from residents about the off-highway vehicle bylaw.
About 95 residents attended the event, which [...]
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Traffic lights could be coming to Tim Horton’s turnoff
After several councils and several years of lobbying, the provincial government might be installing traffic lights at the west end of Blairmore.
In June the municipality received [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Coal Mine Disaster - An International Perspective
A special committee in Sparwood is now hard at work planning the commemoration of the last major mine disaster to occur in the Crowsnest Pass/Elk Valley area. Like Hillcrest, this will be [...]
Previous Issues
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Bellevue teepee open and ready to go
The Crowsnest Tourist Information Centre in the Bellevue teepee has been operating since June 21.
The teepee was built about 50 years ago for [...]
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Master Swim Program offered at Pool
The Crowsnest Pass is well represented as a community of adult runners, cyclists and triathletes, and this summer the Pass Pool hopes to expand that to include [...]
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Councillors weigh in on new managerial hiring
While the municipal tax levy is rising almost every year, an increasing percentage of the budget is going to pay for the salary of its employees.
In 2016 the total tax levy was [...]
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Calgary lawyer accuses council of acting on bad faith
A Calgary lawyer is accusing council of acting in bad faith for siding against his client in a long-running tiff that’s pitted a group of landowners against a subdivision developer over the route of a controversial road.
Trevor Hay, the developer, is trying to [...]
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Award winning photography family opens gallery in Pass
Photography is a family affair for the Launsteins.
Launstein patriarch John, daughters Jenaya, 18, and Marlise, 16, and son Josiah, 11 are all award winning photographers. Charis, 14, is an accomplished [...]
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There’s nothing wrong with a little nostalgia at home
This July 1st long weekend saw a phenomenal coming together of no less than 15 years worth of graduation classes here in the Pass. The word on this gathering first went out last August as [...]
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Curriculum redesign in Alberta
In September, Alberta Education will undertake a $64 million curriculum redesign to change what’s being taught in the province’s classrooms but parents should know and take comfort in [...]
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Golf club plans moving forward
Riversdale Resources is taking steps to rezone land north of Coleman for the construction of new golf holes for the Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club.
The rezoning is part of [...]
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Cos unveils a mix of revolutionary poutine surprises
Poutine. It’s a French-Canadian dish made of French fries and fresh cheese curds, covered with gravy.
It was invented in rural Quebec in the 1950’s but [...]
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Residents get catty over strays cats around the Pass
As far as the municipality is concerned, stray and feral cats do not exist.
The town’s animal control bylaw does not include any mention of cats, feral or stray.
The bylaw has been [...]
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