October 5th, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 39
- Terry Fox walk
- Helping out the local
  food bank
- Incinerator project
  open house
- Run for the Pumpkin
  race results
- Frank Slide culture
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Juno Award winning
  band MonkeyJunk to
  release fifth album
- The pungent smell of
- Renos back on track
- Lunch at Popiels with
  Jason Kenney
- Pass welcomes new
- Question of the Week
- Installing and
  maintaining your
  smoke alarms
- Every bedroom needs a
  working smoke alarm
- 5 tips to make an
  older home more
  energy efficient
- Tips for getting your
  vehicle winter ready
- 10-minute home
  repairs you can do
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Sparwood Rumbles
- Winter driving
  fuel-efficiency tips
- Fall weather
  increases carbon
  monoxide concerns
- Looking Back
- Coal price increase
  bodes well for Grassy
- Blessing of the Hunt
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Winter driving
  fuel-efficiency tips
- Fall weather
  increases carbon
  monoxide concerns
- Looking Back
- Coal price increase
  bodes well for Grassy
- Blessing of the Hunt
- Barlow weighs in on
  Bernard the Roughneck
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Terry Fox walk
Helvetica;Last week more than 500 hundred students from Horace Allen School, Isabelle Sellon School and Crowsnest Consolidated High School, along with teachers and parents, participated in the 36th annual Terry Fox Walk through Blairmore. With each student donating $2 to the Toonies for Terry fundraiser, more than $1000 was raised for the Terry Fox Foundation.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Incinerator project open house
A few weeks ago, representatives from a handful of waste management companies pitched the need for a biomass incinerator for the [...]
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Juno Award winning band MonkeyJunk to release fifth album
Stony Plain Records announces a November 4th release date for Time To Roll, the fifth album by award-winning Canadian blues/rock trio MonkeyJunk.
Time To Roll is unique in that it [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Growing Up on 6th Street
A long time ago the street names in the town I grew up in had a lot smaller numbers to them than they do now. In Coleman specifically, our family lived on one of these [...]
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Lunch at Popiels with Jason Kenney
Jason Kenney called the Alberta NDP a socialist government. He said half their MLAs are student radicals who have no experience outside academia. He said he could [...]
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Coal price increase bodes well for Grassy Mountain
A recent jump in the price of coking coal has provoked a bullish statement on the Grassy Mountain Coal Project from a Riversdale Resources executive.
Riversdale Resources’ managing director Steve Mallyon noted that [...]
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Sparwood rumbles
Just after 9:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 28, a 2.9 magnitude earthquake was felt throughout [...]
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Previous Issues
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The ‘Gut Truck’ traveling cuisine
Always trust your gut, they say: your gut knows what your head hasn’t figured out yet.
The other day my gut was telling me that [...]
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Pass Pool construction delayed
Construction of the new community pool has been delayed due to a permitting issue but developers are still saying it will be ready for swimmers in time for [...]
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Crowsnest Consolidated High School academic awards
On Sept. 24, the CCHS gym was packed with parents, students and staff for the annual academic awards.
Dozens of [...]
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Back country trail restoration update
Environment and Parks is continuing a handful of trail repair projects within the municipality
A section of [...]
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Crowsnest Pass resident offering counseling services
Inner hurts like depression or anxiety can be as invisible as they are debilitating.
Luckily, a Crowsnest resident has set up [...]
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Town utility rate increase update
It was the birth of a family business.
Its assets were a bright red trailer, a hand painted sign, a family run kitchen and lots of dogs and buns.
But on Aug. 31, the Taylor family [...]
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The Chakras experience
Customer, employee and owner: not many entrepreneurs can say that they’ve been all three for the same business.
But Kyla Lazzarotto has [...]
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Crowsnest Consolidated High School awards day
On Thursday, Sept. 15 Crowsnest Consolidated held their annual academic awards day. The following are the [...]
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A year later, victims remembered
On September 9, 2015 the body of 69-year-old Hanne Meketech was found in her Coleman home.
A few days later [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Katie Agnes and Alexander Selkirk
As a young boy I was blessed to be able to spend time with a remarkable woman who lived to just five months short of 104 years of age. She was my maternal grandmother, Katie Agnes McInnis, and her story is [...]
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October 5th ~ Vol. 85 No. 39
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