March 9th, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 10
- Music in the valley
- Blairmore Subdivision
- Artists Reception at
  Art Gallery
- RCMP deliver murder
- New Economic
  Development website
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- This and that: CAO’s
  report and briefs
- Ruth’s Review
- Pastor’s Pen
- License Fees increase
- CNP Pass Fire/Rescue
  gearing up for
  wildfire season
- Question of the Week
- Who are the new
  Crowsnest Pass Fire
  Smart Team members?
- Agreement reached
- Teck Metals charged
- MP Barlow receives
  prestigous award
- Open house on sale of
  electrical utility
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Music Festival Highlights
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Music in the valley
On March 8, Hayley Whidden performed In Summer from the popular film Frozen at Grace Anglican United Church in Blairmore. Adjudicator Olena Kilchyk praised her performance. The 2016 Crowsnest Pass Music Festival is on this week. The long running festival celebrates a tradition of excellent music teaching and performing of Crowsnest residents of all ages.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Blairmore Subdivision denied
On March 1, council unanimously rejected the Evergreen Subdivision Area Structure Plan over fears the proposed road access would negatively affect nearby residents.
“My concern is [...]
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New Economic Development website
True to it’s name, the Economic Development Committee (EDC) is developing a new municipal website to promote tourism and business in the Pass.
EDC Chairperson Melanie Beals says [...]
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License Fees increase
On March 1, council passed second and third reading of Bylaw 947 2016: the Fees, Rates and Charges Bylaw, which will increase business license fees and penalties for [...]
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CNP Pass Fire/Rescue gearing up for wildfire season
After a grueling selection process, Crowsnest Pass Fire/Rescue’s new Fire Smart Team is assembled and preparing for what is expected to be an active wildfire season.
Council approved an [...]
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Open house on sale of electrical utility
As folks munched complementary donuts, sipped free coffee and admired municipal information plaques, an impromptu debate sprung up between a public relations man and [...]
Previous Issues
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The Rise and Fall of Emilio Picariello
It’s hard to believe that Italians were once visible minorities.
But that was the reality for Adriana Davies.
At a book signing on Feb. 23, the Italian-born author and historian recalled being [...]
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Bunny Bonspiel needs more teams
Do you want to participate in the 69th annual Bunny Bonspiel?
Well then hurry, and hard.
Thirty men’s teams have [...]
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Accused murderer Derek Saretzky to face preliminary inquiry set for June
As reported by the CBC, Derek Saretzky, who is implicated in one of the most horrific crimes in the Pass’ history, will be back in court in June for a preliminary inquiry.
The inquiry will last [...]
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Dollars and sense and high payroll
Data obtained by the Pass Herald indicates that while the municipal tax levy is rising almost every year, an increasing percentage of the pie is going to pay for [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Flow of the Crow – Part Deux
So let’s continue on in this multi-column series on the significant drainages throughout the Pass by studying Allison, McGillivray, Bohomolec and Nez Perce Creeks. The map photo showing at the top of the page has the courses of each [...]
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Feasibility study underway for a new mine in Elk Valley
A private Australian company is looking to develop a metallurgical coal mine in the Elk Valley.
CanAus, a Canadian subsidiary of [...]
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Line Creek water treatment facility
On Feb. 17, Teck announced that its first water treatment facility in the Elk Valley had completed commissioning and was achieving 100 per cent of its design target for reducing selenium [...]
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Crowsnest Pass council briefs
On Feb. 16, council postponed second and third reading of two bylaws that would have approved the Evergreen Heights Area Structure Plan pending additional information.
Bylaw 930, 2015 is in regards to [...]
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Quad squad calls for collaboration with conservationists
As conservationists look to restrict the use of off-highway vehicles (OHVs) on the Eastern Slopes of the Rockies, a local organization is preaching collaboration between quadders and environmentalists.
A Jan. 25 news release co-signed by [...]
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Crowsnest Pass/Pincher Creek Huskies victorious
The Crowsnest Pass/Pincher Creek Midget Huskies have wrapped up an amazing season of hockey.
The group of 16 boys, coached by Kent Goodreau, Lyle Douglas and Blair Goodreau, comprised of [...]
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