November 30th, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 47
- Ho-Ho the holidays
- Province helps pool
  and ski hill
- A delicious meal at
  the Blairmore Legion
- Millennial Perspective
- Literacy with a side
  slice of Lasagna
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Ladies Fair and
  Luncheon at Legion
- New west versus the
  old west economy
- Friends and Neighbours
- The Crow and La Crau
- Reduce waste this
  holiday season
- Question of the Week
- Simple ways to dress
  up your home
- Christmas in the
- Elusive Lynx and
  bashful Bobcats
- Last chance track &
- Bragging rights and
  money care of the
  Pass Herald
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
- Legion AGM
- Grassy Mountain update
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Ho-Ho the holidays start
Santa made his first of many visits this holiday season. His first stop was the Bellevue Legion for their Seniors’ Christmas party. The legion was packed and everyone enjoyed the beginning of the Christmas season.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
New West Versus the Old West Economy
The story goes somewhat like this. In the Old West, the economy always swung between the boom and bust of commodity prices. When the price of timber and coal were [...]
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Grassy Mountain update
Riversdale Resources met with council at a special meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 23 to update the progress of the Grassy Mountain Coal Project.
The presentation was made by [...]
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A delicious meal at the Blairmore Legion
If you are looking to support your local legion and eat an amazing menu, the Blairmore Legion has [...]
Millennial Perspective by Aiden Douglas
Based on feedback it seems like you all liked my first article enough to warrant another, so welcome back, or hello for those of you reading this column for the first time.
To start I need to [...]
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Literacy with a side slice of Lasagna
On Thursday, Nov. 24 kids and families enjoyed a delicious lasagna meal with a side of literacy. The event was [...]
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Ladies Fair and Luncheon at Legion
The Coleman Legion is hosting a Ladies Fair and Luncheon on Sunday, Dec. 11 at [...]
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Bragging rights and money care of the Pass Herald
Last week I received an email from a resident of the Pass who was upset there was no recognition for people who decorate their houses at Christmas.
The Chamber has a [...]
Previous Issues
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Steelmaking Coal has Durable Future
Economic diversification, economic growth and expanding our trade with Asia are major concerns today.
In Alberta, for generations now, we have relied on [...]
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Fantin’s Chapel Christmas Memorial
For most people, Christmas is a joyous time; a time to celebrate family, friends and the holiday spirit. For some though, Christmas can be a difficult season if the family is grieving the loss of a loved one.
Over a decade ago, [...]
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Crowsnest Food Bank needs your help
The Crowsnest Pass Food Bank in Blairmore is seeing an increase in patrons. According to Desiree Erdmann, manager of the food bank, “usage has increase 23% since 2015. We typically see [...]
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Fortis takes over Municipal Utilities
Harvey Steblyk and Don Hughes representatives from Fortis met with council at a budget meeting on Thursday, Nov. 10.
On April 19, council passed a motion to [...]
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CNP Library a democratic place to meet and read
On Thursday, Nov. 10, Penny Warris, Chairperson of the Library Board, met with council to discuss funding and a project the library has been a part of over the past year.
Warris updated council on [...]
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Sears, your hometown store
In 1993 Anita Ferguson took a chance and bid, along with 11 other people, to operate a Sears’s outlet pick-up store in the Crowsnest Mall. Ferguson won the bid and her relationship with Sears Canada began.
With the success of the [...]
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Herald welcomes new reporter
As you will see in this issue of the Pass Herald, Ezra Black our reporter for the past two years, has left our newspaper.
The Pass Herald has hired Anna Kroupina a Journalism Major from [...]
50 Shades of Black  by Ezra Black
Steelmaking Coal Best Performing Commodity in 2016
At the end of last week, steelmaking coal traded on the spot market close to $300 USD per tonne. This is not bad for a commodity which saw a low of $75 USD just a short time ago.
To put this into proper perspective [...]
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Kids get to meet elected officials at ISS
Last week, MP John Barlow and municipal Councillors Dave Filipuzzi and Dean Ward hobnobbed with the Boys and Girls Club of [...]
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The voice of radio retires from station
We all know that voice, the voice of morning radio’s Randy Spencer from CJPR, which later became Mountain Radio. Spencer announced his retirement from the station to [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Shop Local
The other day I was walking by a business here in the Crowsnest Pass and saw a sign that said, “we’re not your neighbours, we are your friend. Shop local”. I love this. Owning our own [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Fred Sutherland – A Triumph of the Human Spirit
So it seems that it has come down to this fact. There are only two of the 133 men who served in the RAF 617 Squadron (The Dambusters) that are still alive today. Squadron leader and bomb-aimer George “Johnny” Johnson RAF from [...]
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