December 7th, 2016 ~ Vol. 85 No. 48
- Ho-Ho-Ho, Santa has
- Students reach goal
  for Rwanda playground
- Battling the winter
  blues this winter
- The new kid in the
  Crowsnest Pass
- Solar power on old
  River Run land?
- RCMP Stats
- Classifieds
- Puzzle Page
- Friends and Neighbours
- Pass Powderkeg ski
  hill unveils new
  signage for runs
- Create meaning this
  holiday season
- Christmas in the
- Tips to prolong the
  life of your
  Christmas tree
- Question of the Week
- Looking Back
- Volleyball’s ‘Bronze
- Remembering loved
  ones with the ‘Tree
  of Hope’
- Christmas at
- Town Talk
- Letters to the Editor
- Bricks & Boquets
Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Ho-Ho-Ho, Santa has arrived
Laragh, Sass and Caprica didn’t let the snow stop them from seeing Santa at Coleman Community Society’s Christmas in the Park on Dec. 4, in Flumerfelt Park. Santa arrived and handed out candy while the Crowsnest Pass fire/rescue services made a big bonfire. There were wagon rides and Christmas winter games as well as free hot chocolate and coffee.
Crowsnest Pass Weather
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Police investigate suspicious death
This is Anna Kroupina, reporting for duty as the new journalist for the Pass Herald. Since we’ll be seeing each other around town and I’ll be your [...]
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The new kid in the Crowsnest Pass
This is Anna Kroupina, reporting for duty as the new journalist for the Pass Herald. Since we’ll be seeing each other around town and I’ll be your [...]
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Pass Powderkeg ski hill unveils new signage for runs
The Pass Powderkeg Ski Hill has six new runs set to open in the upcoming season, and with them, a total of 49 new signs that will be [...]
Town Talk by Lisa Sygutek
This and That
Well I’m happy to say this might be the last time you are going to hear from me for a bit.
We have a reporter! When Ezra told me he was leaving, I must say, I wasn’t [...]
Looking Back by John Kinnear
Cowley – A Village with History
In 1967 while I was at college studying architecture I was required to purchase a copy of the National Building Code of Canada and to learn to use the tables and specifications dictated therein. One such table had to do with [...]
Previous Issues
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 [...]
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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December 7th ~ Vol. 85 No. 48
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