Wednesday, 10 October 2018.
It's been nearly a year since Erin Grujic began pursuing a dream and fully immersed herself in the culture of entrepreneurship.
The Pincher Creek occupational therapist has come up with a novel way to make her services accessible to as many families as possible in southwestern Alberta and is ready to hit the road in a custom-designed sensory clinic.
Wednesday, 12 September 2018.
It’s Tuesday, Sept. 11, as I stare at the blank space on this page and contemplate the one-year anniversary of the night the Kenow wildfire rampaged through Waterton Lakes National Park and into the southernmost portion of the MD of Pincher Creek.
Wednesday, 05 September 2018.
Twisted Tree Players recently gave a delighted audience the first sampling of what is to come as they bring musical theatre to town.
Wednesday, 22 August 2018.
It’s debatable whether one first sees or hears Bob Westrop’s truck when it rolls up at a community event.
I’m certain you know the truck I’m talking about — the two-tone brown Chevy, punctuated with rust, dates back to the early ’80s and has a pair of loudspeakers mounted to the roof.
Wednesday, 02 May 2018.
Perhaps it is common knowledge for those born and raised in the Pass, but this writer was astonished to discover that the Crowsnest Pass Symphony Orchestra began in 1925 and is reputed to be one of the longest-standing amateur orchestras in Alberta.
Sunday, 04 February 2018.
Stories about dog teams, traplines, a nose-picking hoarder and a lonesome, love-hungry moose named Brian Mulroney paint a rich picture of what life is like in a small northern community, on Jim Green’s CD Dog River Stories.
Saturday, 03 February 2018.
Jason Pearce has been serving up pies, pasties and fish and chips to Crowsnest Pass since August, when he opened his doors at Blairmore’s Katana Inn. But it’s obvious he is not a rookie pie maker. As one baker to another, I want to know the secret behind the melt-in-your-mouth pastry that tops those pies.
Friday, 02 February 2018.
“What is with the hair?”
Jason Andrusiak, a Grade 7 and 8 teacher at St. Michael’s School, found himself called out in the hallway for the somewhat unruly hairdo he was sporting last fall.