March 17th, 2021 ~ Vol. 91 No. 11
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Fireside Fridays
Horace Allen School has begun Fireside Fridays for K2 and grade 1 classes. Fireside Fridays provides the students a chance to do some outdoor learning that includes fun literacy, language and thinking games. Deputy Fire Chief Bill Messner also led the day with a fire safety lesson.
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Seniors Supper to look different this year
This year’s Senior’s Supper put on by the graduating class of CCHS will look different than previous ones.
Previous dinners have been held at [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Coexisting
In my short two years here, I’ve heard many arguments both for and against the mining projects coming the Crowsnest Pass, specifically the Grassy Mountain Project.
I’ve heard people argue [...]
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Council Briefs
Council were presented with seven bylaws that Administration recommended for repeal. Council passed second and third reading of the General Repeal Bylaw, repealing the [...]
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Previous Issues
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Local Community Gym Reopens
The Community Fitness Connection Gym has reopened in Blairmore.
The gym will be operating under strict health guidelines put in place by the Alberta government.
President of Community Fitness Connection, [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
Men’s Shed
This past Friday, I went for an interview at the Crowsnest Community Support Society to discuss their new Men’s Shed.
There’s an article in this issue that [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
What Was Going On Seventy Years Ago
The goings on in the Crowsnest Pass were religiously documented by Vern Decoux for many years. Vern was the Crowsnest Pass correspondent for the Lethbridge Herald from [...]
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Coleman Post Office discussion and clarification
Council briefly discussed the level of service at the Coleman Post Office at the January 26, 2021 meeting of Council and requested that Council have [...]
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Local student raising the academic bar
Livingstone School student Cole Tkachuk has received an amazing opportunity.
After applying to the United Worlds College, a global education movement that makes [...]
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Elise Pundyk received prestigious under 30 honour
Elise Pundyk has been named to Global Cooperation’s Top 30 Under 30.
The Alberta Council for Global Cooperation presents the award annually to 30 outstanding young people who have [...]
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Simply Selles by David Selles
I'm not sure
I promised everyone I’d follow up last week’s column with my report on how my first time snowboarding went.
I can gladly say [...] [...]
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Work on Wastewater Treatment Plant to Begin Soon
Work to upgrade the Frank Wastewater Treatment Plant is slated to begin next month.
The project will see an expansion done to the [...]
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Looking Back by John Kinnear
A Historic Chinese Puzzle
At the 2004 unveiling of the statistical pillows at the Hillcrest Monument an invited guest by the name of Bill (Bronco) Moncrief, the Mayor of Cumberland on Vancouver Island, pointed out a [...]
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March 17th, 2021 ~ Vol. 91 No. 11
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