March 22nd, 2017 ~ Vol. 87 No. 12
- Luck of the Irish at
  Shamrock Bonspiel
- Inking at Captive
  Crow Tattoo Studio
- Servus Donates to
  service groups
- Friends and Neighbours
- Your Health Update
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Crowsnest Pass
  Municipal council
  updates and news
- Gillis returns for
  book signing
- Is There Bullying of
- Boys and Girls Club
  looking for business
- CNP Skating Carnival
- Looking Back
- Here's My Card
- Question of the Week
- Crowsnest Pass Music
  Festival: education
  first, competition
- Kootenay TDK mini
- Castle Parks public
  information session
  held at Elk’s Hall
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Luck of the Irish at Shamrock Bonspiel
The Crowsnest Curling Shamrock Mixed Bonspiel took place during the St. Patrick's Day weekend at the Crowsnest Pass Sports Complex in Coleman. According to Rachel Newrich, one of the event organizers, 16 teams participated in 29 games. Three teams were awarded with the final progressive payout: A - Team Strandquist beat Team Cann, B - Team Griffith beat Team Barlow, C - Team Marra beat Team Hall.
Heres My Card
Crowsnest Pass Weather
Town Talk by Lisa Sygutek
Is There Bullying of Doctors?
According to a recent article in the Ontario publication The Star, bullying and intimidation is rampant within the medical community including [...]
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Inking at Captive Crow Tattoo Studio
Tattoos ignite an emotional roller coaster of feelings. For some, excitement, anticipation, bravery; for others anxiety and dread.
Tattoo artist [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Municipal council updates and news
Administration informed Council of the fact that candidates running for election are required to register a Notice of Intent with the municipality if they are expecting to [...]
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Boys and Girls Club looking for business sponsors
The Boys and Girls Club of Crowsnest Pass provides after-school activities to the children in the community and now, they are turning to the community for sponsorship support.
The Club is looking for [...]
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Crowsnest Pass Music Festival: education first, competition second
A medley of voices, instruments, ages and genres took to the stages of the Crowsnest Pass Public Art Gallery, Isabelle Sellon School, Horace Allen School and the Crowsnest Community Christian Centre for the [...]
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Castle Parks public information session held at Elk’s Hall
Alberta Environment and Parks hosted a public information session at Elk’s Hall in Blairmore on March 17. This was one of several forums across Southern Alberta to gather public input and exhibit the [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Coking Coal at Michel – A Mechanized Approach
Part of the development of the Elk Valley coal mines in the early part of the twentieth century had to do with the baking of coal. That is to say coking it, a process that involves its: “carbonization at high temperatures in an oxygen deficient atmosphere in order to [...]
Previous Issues
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The state of the coal industry update
Nic Milligan, Manager of Community and Aboriginal Affairs at Teck Coal in Sparwood, spoke at this month’s Chamber of Commerce luncheon on March 8.
Milligan, who has been working at [...]
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FireSmart operations resume in the backcountry
Most of us only have to look out our window to see the beautiful forests surrounding Crowsnest Pass. But these forests can turn from our playground to a fire hazard in a matter of moments.
The four-person Crowsnest Pass Fire/Rescue team began [...]
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Simply spry - shifting gears
Bigger isn’t always better. At least, that’s according to Susan and Ian Lowe-Wylde when it comes to their business, spry fitness retail store and fitness studio.
This perspective has fueled their decision to [...]
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Municipal council news and updates
Council received a request to re-designate a portion of York Creek Lodge land from “Recreation & Open Space – RO-1” to “Residential – R-1” to provide for the opportunity for [...]
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Thunder hockey Bantam boys push on to Provincials
Crowsnest Pass Bantam Thunder boys’ hockey is a small team of only 11 players, but they’ve got enough heart to fill an entire arena. It’s this drive that has pushed them through to qualify for [...]
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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 [...]
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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March 22nd, 2017 ~ Vol. 87 No. 12
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