September 4th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 36
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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Quick reponse stops house fire
The Crowsnest Fire and Rescue services responded to a house fire at a single-family residence in Blairmore on Wednesday, August 28. Fire Chief Jesse Fox says the response to the fire was extremely quick which aided in limiting the damage to the home. Firefighters stayed on scene once the fire was out to ensure there was no further heat or smoke remaining before letting the residents back inside. The fire is believed to have started due to a wood-burning stove but the exact cause is still under investigation. Fox says he encourages everyone who has wood burning appliances such as fireplaces or stoves, to have them regularly cleaned and serviced by qualified professionals.
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Fortis continuing upgrade to Pass power lines
FortisAlberta is moving into phase two of their electrical distribution system conversion in the Crowsnest Pass.
The power company began the operation of the Municipality’s electric system in [...]
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New Brewery inching closer to opening
The Crowsnest Pass will soon have a new place to enjoy a cold brew that is locally made.
The Pass Beer Co. is in the [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
It's That Time
Well, it’s that time of year again.
Alarms will be set, large yellow buses will take over the roads and [...]
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Previous Issues
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Riversdale Update
Riversdale Resources provided council with another update regarding the Grassy Mountain Coal Project on Wednesday, August 21.
The update included [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Flying By
This summer has flown by.
It feels like just yesterday that I was anticipating my holidays and now as I [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Retracing the Huttons
In March the Herald forwarded an email to me from a researcher by the name of Glen Hutton. Glen it seems has been hard at work for some time now on what is to be a self-published compilation of fabulous [...]
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Huckleberry Festival
The 24th annual Huckleberry Festival will take place at Castle Mountain the weekend of August 23-25.
Sales and Marketing Manager for Castle Mountain Resort, Cole Fawcett, says this weekend is a [...]
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Recycling Depot in need of more space
The lack of space for Crowsnest Pass’s recycling depot was brought to council’s attention at their meeting on August 13th.
Owner of Pass Beverages, Brent Kenney, says [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Speed Limits
This week I want to talk about the speed limit changes in the Pass in a personal way before I report on it factually next [...]
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Doors Open recap
The 14th annual Doors Open and Heritage Festival was labeled a success by organizers.
At the Crowsnest Museum, Shannon Ingram spent time [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Vacation ... and Mass Shootings
After a refreshing two weeks I feel ready to get back to work.
I had a great time off with family and friends that included camping, a Lethbridge Bulls game and lots of [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Life with Max - Part II
So let’s pick up the story where l left off in my column a couple weeks ago about a special dog that came into my life 40 years ago. Part One is available online and set the stage for [...]
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