May 5th, 2021 ~ Vol. 91 No. 18
- Mental Health and
- Council Briefs
- Positive Ticketing
- The Simple Ravens Post
- Creative Motherís Day
  celebration and gift
- RCMP Stats
- Puzzle Page
- Here's My Card
- Editorial
- Simply Selles
- Town finances
- Government halts coal
  exploration on
  Category 2 lands
- South Zone Covid-19
- Letters to the Editor
- Council receive
  update on Protective
  Services board
- Incident at Local
  Post Office leads to
  Police Intervention
- Montem Resources
  Spring 2021 Community
- New service provided
  at Crowsnest Medical
- Bucket Drumming
- Driving Range Open
- Elementary book
  reading at Horace
  Allen School
- Forest Friday
- Doors Open & Heritage
  Festival planning
- Residents should
  begin to think about
  bear season again
- Lights on their way
- Livingstone Range
  School Division
  information update
- Looking Back
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Mental Health and reading
Horace Allen students took part in a book reading with author Angela Murphy. The book reading was done in partnership with Darcy’s Nature Walk to provide these young students a chance to learn a little bit about mental health. Following the book reading, the students took part in some other activities that further helped them understand the basics of mental health.
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Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Doors Open Festival Planning Underway
Planning for the annual Crowsnest Pass Doors Open and Heritage Festival is underway.
The 16th annual festival will be held July 27-August 2, 2021.
While the Covid-19 pandemic poses challenges for the [...]
Editorial and Opinions
Last week was an interesting one when an ‘anti-masker’ decided to tape herself in the Blairmore Post office refusing to wear a mask and then uploaded the video to [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
Month of May
We’re into the month of May!
I don’t know about you but once May rolls around my excitement starts to build for the many outdoor activities I [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Tribute to a Mother
It’s always hard as a wildlife photographer not to get a little anthropomorphic with wildlife subjects, especially ones that exhibit such obvious character traits that we, as humans, [...]
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Previous Issues
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Douglas Applications
A new Lawn care business is up and running in the Crowsnest Pass.
Douglas Applications is a brand new business that will work on helping your lawn be the healthiest it can be.
Owner, Keiran Douglas, says [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
Before 25
Last week I celebrated my birthday.
At 24, I realize I hit the age where birthdays aren’t as big a deal as they used to be.
Sure, I still love all the [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Boulders I Have Met
Just about anywhere you look in the valley bottom of the Crowsnest Pass you will find large errant boulders laying about. They have been left, for the most part, where they first landed but sometimes they get [...]
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Crowsnest Community Market ready for big year
The Crowsnest Community Market is hoping for one of their biggest years yet.
Market Manager, Kim Cunningham, says they’ve increased the number of markets that will be held this year.
"We've extended [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
Back in Action
This week will be another sports related column.
I want to talk about the effects of Covid-19 on the sports world.
It seems like a lifetime ago when sports were originally halted due to the first cases appearing in [...]
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The Crowsnest Pantry to open soon
A new option for purchasing bulk foods is coming to the Crowsnest Pass.
Jasmine McCue and her husband are opening The Crowsnest Pantry.
“We're going to have a full range of [...]
Simply Selles by David Selles
I recently went on an adventure with two of my sisters and some of my nieces and nephews.
When I say adventure, I truly mean an adventure.
They all came out for the [...]
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Charmed Resort to bring cottage experience to Crowsnest Pass
If you’ve ever wanted to live the fairytale lifestyle, you can now do it in the Crowsnest Pass.
Charmed Resort is beginning the process of creating a [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
A Matter of Commitment - Live, Laugh and Love
I want to focus this week on a particular item I encountered in the 1956 edition of Vern Decoux’s Pass Bureau scrap books. One thing Vern was diligent about was detailed documentation of events like [...]
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May 5th, 2021 ~ Vol. 91 No. 18
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