March 8th, 2017 ~ Vol. 87 No. 10
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B.I.N.G.O. at the Polish Hall
The Polish Hall in Coleman hosted their monthly Bingo Night on Feb. 24, an event held on the last Friday of each month. This is the third year of their bingos. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the early-bird bingo is at 7:15 p.m. Snacks, pizza and cake are available for purchase at the concession stand.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Andrew Scheer visits Fort Macleod
A group of approximately 20 people gathered at the Structural Truss Systems building on March 2 to meet and give an audience to Canada’s Conservative Party candidate Andrew Scheer, who was [...]
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NDP announces revised Castle plan
On March 1, Alberta Environment and Parks released revisions to the Castle Parks draft management plan and announced that off-highway vehicle (OHV) use is permitted for [...]
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OHV rally for Castle protest planned in Blairmore
A community rally is planned for March 11 in Blairmore to protest the provincial government’s proposal to ban off-highway vehicles (OHV) in the newly established Castle Provincial Parks.
The rally will begin at 11 a.m. at [...]
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Bagatelle moves location
A better location, a bigger sales floor, and a brighter space is where Bagatelle Thrift Store has found its new home. Open for business as of March 6, Bagatelle is now located on 8334 19 Avenue in Coleman in what used to be the [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
An American Finding Her Roots
My last column brought back memories of yet another story connected to St. Margaret’s cemetery in Fernie that is kind of interesting. It goes back to the year when all four numbers changed (click - 2000) and scared the hell out of [...]
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Popiel’s restaurant gets a makeover
Popiel’s restaurant along Highway 3 in Coleman is getting a new look, a new name and a revamped menu, but Limber Pine Smokehouse and Taberna, as it will now be known, will have the same freshly homemade comfort food.
Husband-wife owners Sally and Brad Clark say that [...]
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Census: Crowsnest Pass population increases by 0.4 percent since 2011
Newly released census data from Statistics Canada shows that the Crowsnest Pass population increased from 5,565 in 2011 to 5,589 in 2016. The census, released on Feb. 8, disclosed [...]
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The Crowsnest Pass Gardening Club
For me, gardening started about 35 years ago, but only as a passing interest.
My mother-in-law had lovely flower beds and she was generous enough to [...]
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Riversdale’s Keith Bott parting with the Crowsnest Pass
Keith Bott will be leaving the Crowsnest Pass and a community that he has shaped and that has shaped him in return.
Bott, as detachment commander with the RCMP, was transferred to [...]
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Former Pass Brat debuts first novel
A mystery is brewing in the Crowsnest Pass, a mystery written by former Pass local Rick Gillis in his debut, just-released novel, “The Boy Who Couldn’t Die.”
It’s a harmonious fusion of emotions, from humor, love, sadness and a good [...]
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Council updates – Governance and Priorities Committee meeting
A Governance and Priorities Committee meeting was held on February 13 in council chambers. [...]
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Digitizing school memories
Yearbooks are a great way to keep hold of school memories and reminisce about the people and adventures that defined our experience in school. They're instant history, lasting memoirs.
This nostalgic sentiment is the reason why [...]
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Buddy, you will be missed ...
When I took over the editorial page a few weeks ago, I never in my wildest imagination thought I would be writing on the topic of today’s editorial. It just seems like yesterday that I was telling you all that I would be [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Measuring the Devil`s Breath
The 50th anniversary of the Balmer North explosion is looming ever closer (April 3rd, 1967). I came up recently in my research statistics that yet another mine disaster in the Elk Valley is about to [...]
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