July 6th, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 27
- Canada Day
- There’s nothing wrong
  with a little
  nostalgia at home
- Toddler accidentally
  run over and killed
- Curriculum redesign
  in Alberta
- Crownest Pass water
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Golf club plans
  moving forward
- Celebrate Canada Day
- Gear up for Fishing!
- Cos unveils a mix of
  revolutionary poutine
- Residents get catty
  over strays cats
  around the Pass
- Question of the Week
- 50 Shades of Black
- Music camp time
- Dan Marcial, a
  success story
- Hog Heaven
- Japanese knotweed
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Canada Day
On July 1, Canada celebrated 149 years of nationhood. The Coleman Community Society, in partnership with the Royal Canadian Legion #9, the Municipality of Crowsnest Pass, the Crowsnest/Pincher Creek Landfill Association and Canadian Heritage, once again organized Canada Day Festivities. This year the theme was “Women’s Suffrage” – the journey of five Alberta women who fought for the rights of women to vote
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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There’s nothing wrong with a little nostalgia at home
This July 1st long weekend saw a phenomenal coming together of no less than 15 years worth of graduation classes here in the Pass. The word on this gathering first went out last August as [...]
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Curriculum redesign in Alberta
In September, Alberta Education will undertake a $64 million curriculum redesign to change what’s being taught in the province’s classrooms but parents should know and take comfort in [...]
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Golf club plans moving forward
Riversdale Resources is taking steps to rezone land north of Coleman for the construction of new golf holes for the Crowsnest Pass Golf and Country Club.
The rezoning is part of [...]
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Cos unveils a mix of revolutionary poutine surprises
Poutine. It’s a French-Canadian dish made of French fries and fresh cheese curds, covered with gravy.
It was invented in rural Quebec in the 1950’s but [...]
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Residents get catty over strays cats around the Pass
As far as the municipality is concerned, stray and feral cats do not exist.
The town’s animal control bylaw does not include any mention of cats, feral or stray.
The bylaw has been [...]
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Previous Issues
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Ryan Legroux Enduro Races overseas
From May 26 to 29, more than 1,500 off-road motorcyclists made the pilgrimage to the quiet village of Eisenerz in the heart of Austria to go tire-to-tire against [...]
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Alberta Education launches six-year curriculum overhaul
Starting this September, Alberta Education will be changing what’s taught in the province’s classrooms and asking Albertans to provide input.
The cost for the new curriculum development will be [...]
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CANADA DAY events in Coleman
Canada Day is almost here and as usual the Coleman Community Society, in partnership with the Royal Canadian Legion #9 in Coleman, the [...]
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New coach impresses Pass Piranahs Swim Club athletes
Cole Midtdal knows a thing or two about getting his feet wet.
And in the [...]
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What exactly is Brexit and the EU? (Brexit for dummies)
I'm sure everyone has heard by now that the United Kingdom has held a vote to decide whether to stay with the European Union (EU) or to leave it in the dust. This somewhat complicated issue is otherwise known as Brexit. If you are [...]
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Pass hosts first under-12 tournament
Crowsnest teams placed third and fourth respectively on June 18 as the Pass hosted its first under-12 soccer tournament at the [...]
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Dreams of seeing mining train again
Crowsnest Museum manager Chris Mathews would like to see a long disused mining locomotive chugging along the tracks again, someday.
The 25-ton General Electric gas/diesel rail engine was [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
This Town Talk is about myself
A while back, a local girl Alexis Bohmer took a big step and told people that she needed help. She was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and appealed to this community for [...]
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A wealth of experience for new Royal Bank manager
The new manager at Royal Bank of Canada’s Crowsnest branch brings a wealth of experience to the job.
Vanessa Farraj has been a [...]
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Crowsnest Pass loses iconic women’s fashion store
For years it was under the big clock at the four-way stop.
Then on June 1, at 10:30 p.m. after clearing out her remaining inventory and cleaning up, Anita Ferguson locked the door to her business for [...]
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July 6th ~ Vol. 85 No. 27
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