September 9th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 36
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Hope in the Darkness
Pictured Left to Right: Jennifer Mueller, Kim Mueller, Mohamed abd Elrahman, Kevin Redsky, Harmony Redksy.
The Hope in the Darkness Walk for Youth Mental Health made it’s way through the Crowsnest Pass on September 7th and 8th. The Hope in the Darkness Walk for Youth Mental Health is a national mental health initiative for young people. The walk promotes a message of hope and empowerment for youth. Intended to be a call to action, Hope in the Darkness provides an opportunity for communities to join together for the wellbeing, strong identities and healthy lives of young people. With support from across the country, Hope in the Darkness works with schools, youth groups, Indigenous communities, mental health services and families.
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Historic Locomotive in Blairmore to be restored
After receiving an email about the possibility of the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass moving on from a historic locomotive, Council has decided to [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
A little Reminder
As I write this looking out the window of the Pass Herald office, I see something I haven’t seen in months.
Just sitting alone, minding it’s own business acting like [...]
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Update on Highway 3, New Minister of Municipal Affairs
Mayor Painter provided an update on the twinning of highway 3 at a recent council meeting.
The update provided by Mayor Painter focused on [...]
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Previous Issues
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Fortis to upgrade power lines in Crowsnest Pass
FortisAlberta will continue with its electrical distribution system conversion in the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass starting in late [...]
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Schools prepare for unique school year
The new school year presents different challenges than previous ones with students set to return this week.
With Covid-19 still in the [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
Looking Back – The Last Ten Years
Given that the Pass Herald is celebrating and commemorating its remarkable 90 years of publication, I thought it might be interesting to step back into my column archives with the paper and [...]
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Local Resident receives great honour
A local resident has received a high honour.
Pass Powderkeg Manager Katherine Seleski has been named as one of The Ski Area Management magazine's top [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
A Blast
I’m back.
After a three-week break that included a weeklong stay in Ontario, I’m glad to be back at work.
Don’t get me wrong, I love a good vacation but [...]
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Riversdale pleased with completed golf course
The completion of the new clubhouse and upgrades to the course at Crowsnest Pass Golf Club are a massive positive for the community.
Riversdale Resources was a [...]
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September 9th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 36
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