February 13th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 7
- Meeting an Olympian
- Upgrades needed for
- Lifelong Learning a
  priority for Pass
- Pass gets visit from
  Grand Exalted Ruler
  of Elks Canada
- Hillcrest Fish and
  Game hold 94th Annual
  Trophy Day
- RCMP Stats
- Puzzle Page
- Here's My Card
- Simply Selles
- Looking Back
- Students Travel
- The Simple Ravens Post
- Letters to the Editor
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Meeting an Olympian
The Crowsnest Pass Skating Club was lucky to have their Star 3 and up attend a skating seminar put on by Olympic Medalist Kaetlyn Osmond on the evening of Thursday, January 24, 2019. The four girls that were able to attend enjoyed themselves and learned some new ways to help them improve their skills. From left to right, Karysa Gregory, Kennedy Blakey, Kaetlyn Osmond, Stephanie Armstrong and Jaylyn Wilson.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Money Needed for Frank’s Water Treatment Plant
Council is continuing to look into ways to fund the upgrades to the Water Treatment Plant in Frank.
Currently, council is looking at two [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
My column on the world
When I started thinking about certain topics I would be able to write on for my columns, I had about three ideas that came to mind.
I started by thinking about my [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Blonde Hair, Spider Webs and Goats
Sometimes when an unusual story comes my way I go down that road of “ let’s see if this is true” and try and verify it. The depth to which one can chase down the details of a [...]
Previous Issues
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Doctor Recruitment in the Pass
Recruiting doctors in the Crowsnest Pass is something the municipality is currently looking to make easier.
Getting doctors to come and stay in the Crowsnest Pass hasn’t always been the easiest thing to do.
Currently, the Crowsnest Pass has a total of [...]
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The End of an Era
One of the longest lasting rinks in the Crowsnest Pass is officially closed.
After a lengthy life as part of the Crowsnest Pass, the doors to Albert Stella Memorial Arena were closed on [...]
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Choose Love or Greed?
I opened my email. It is much faster than how mail used to be during my youth and so easy to open. I no longer use my old trusty letter opener which I had for fifty years. Thank goodness for modern conveniences, but just wait a minute. The first letter was addressed to [...]
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Final Decision still coming on Landfill Incinerator
The complex situation regarding a possible incinerator to dispose of animal carcasses at the local landfill has hit [...]
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Local Sports Complex could receive grant
Crowsnest Pass may be receiving aid to improve the local Sports Complex.
Council was presented with [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
James Wagner’s Christmas Miracle
So last week I took you back to November 1918, a time when a H1N1 flu virus tore through the Pass and in a matter of weeks claimed many lives, young and old and in between. Back then the resources available were [...]
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Council looking for ways to improve development in Crowsnest Pass
Council were given the opportunity to learn about how they can develop the Crowsnest Pass more effectively in a council meeting last week.
Marie Everts, the Marketing, Events and Economic Development Officer for the town of [...]
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Wining and Dining
A new dining experience is open in the Crowsnest Pass.
Encounters Wine Bar and Small Plate Kitchen is officially open for business after a delay in the opening.
Owner Dawn Rigby says [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
H1N1- The First Time Around
I have spent many years researching on and off the story of the great pandemic of 1918 and other influenza outbreaks in later years. It is a complex piece of history and continues to evolve as researchers, both historic and medical, dig deeper and deeper, especially into the [...]
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February 13th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 7
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