October 28th, 2020 ~ Vol. 90 No. 43
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The Municipal By-Election was held on Monday October 26th. Oliver Strickland and Glen Girhiny were candidates for the final Municipal Council position. The unofficial results of the election were Glen Girhiny - 298 Oliver Strickland - 256. Official results will be announced on Friday, October 30th.
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Story 1 - 201028 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Crowsnest Cando looking to resurrect the Roxy
The Crowsnest Cando Society is looking at ways to resurrect the Roxy Theatre in downtown Coleman.
During a presentation to Council on Tuesday, October 20th, Council was provided information on [...]
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Curling Club Ready for another season
The Crowsnest Curling Club is kicking off their new season.
Club President Gary Sigsworth says this year will look slightly different than previous ones.
“We have some pretty serious [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Candy Safely
Halloween is just around the corner and this year, it might look a little different for certain families.
Due to Covid, some families might [...]
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Previous Issues
Story 1 - 201020 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Local resident completes third cookbook
Joni MacFarlane has been in love with cooking for a long time.
That love turned into creating cookbooks to share recipes and ideas with others.
"I have three cookbooks now. I'm very [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
The Positives
This year’s first snowfall was much more pleasant than lasts.
Instead of the over a foot we received on September 29th we got a few cm’s that whitened our world over the weekend.
I find I have [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
It’s Not What it Seams
In an April 17th, 2019 column (What Lies Beneath Us – Part 1) the topic I explored was the vast underground extent of the coal mines in the Crowsnest Pass. I suggested back then that a very narrow cross-hatched outlined area running [...]
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Story 1 - 201014 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Carson Gunn
The Gunn family has been going through a long and difficult process.
Their son Carson was recently diagnosed with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).
Carson's father Doug Gunn says [...]
201014
Story 2 - 201014 Crowsnest Pass Herald
Council Makes Decision on Crowsnest Crossing Site Options
In the spring of 2020, Council approved to proceed with a comprehensive marketing strategy for the remaining lands [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Thankful
This year has been a strange one.
With Covid affecting our day-to-day lives, sometimes it’s felt like this year would never end and yet [...]
201014
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Pass Beer Co. Experiencing Abundance of Community Support
The Pass Beer Co. has received a large amount of support from the Crownsest Pass Community since it opened earlier this year.
Co-owner Tony Radevak says the support they received has been [...]
201007
Simply Selles by David Selles
Bubbles
There are finally some signs that things are beginning to get back to normal around the world.
While some parts are still seeing large numbers of Covid-19 cases each day, others are seeing [...]
201007
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Mining Equipment Hits the Trail
Last Tuesday there was a lot of going’s on down at the Crowsnest Museum. I was tipped off that some big moves were in the works. Those moves involved PJB Crane Service and Manitoulin Transport both out of Sparwood. Their challenge that day, [...]
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