Sunday, 21 January 2018.
Feb. 7 is Jersey Day in Pincher Creek — an opportunity for hockey fans to demonstrate their love of the game and vie for Kraft Hockeyville honours and prizes.
Saturday, 20 January 2018.
Citizens on Patrol began in Pincher Creek in 1997 and has helped keep the community safe and informed since then. In 2010, volunteers from the MD of Pincher Creek, Cowley and rural areas came on board and later the group name was changed to Pincher Creek District COP.
Since its inception, the group’s purpose has been to deter vandalism and other criminal activity in our communities.
Friday, 19 January 2018.
Everyone has their two cents to share when it comes to stories about pregnancy and childbirth. And some simply can’t resist sharing their most gruesome and traumatic birthing stories with this first-time mom.
Thursday, 18 January 2018.
In October, Oldman River Brewing was named new business of the year at the Chamber of Commerce Awards of Excellence in Pincher Creek, proving that dreams can become reality.
Wednesday, 17 January 2018.
Crowsnest Pass Fire/Rescue led search-and-rescue efforts when a snowmobiler was reported missing on Jan. 7.
A group of four were recreating in the Tent Mountain area near the Alberta-British Columbia border when contact was lost with one of the riders after he became separated from the group.
Friday, 12 January 2018.
In a follow-up to last week’s article about the puppies rescued on Dec. 23, we thought we should provide some additional information about the important work done by A Better Chance Animal Rescue throughout the year.
Thursday, 11 January 2018.
With the largest change in the works for Shootin’ the Breeze since its inception, we are being asked many questions.
All are good ones and if one person or 10 ask the same thing, it’s a good indication there are likely more looking for those answers.
Hopefully these tidbits of information are helpful as you consider subscription options.
Wednesday, 10 January 2018.
Christmas is a charitable time of year, with businesses and families coming together to contribute to programs dedicated to making the holidays a bit brighter for less privileged families.
This holiday season was no different in Pincher Creek, with over 100 volunteers from the Legion and Legion Ladies Auxiliary, 4-H and other organizations showing up Dec. 21 to wrap presents and fill 180 Christmas hampers with presents, gift certificates and food in time for families to make their Christmas dinners.