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Reading, writing, arithmetic and gardening

Saturday, 01 July 2017.

Reading, writing, arithmetic and gardening
It took a while for the concept of a garden to grow, says Grade 4 teacher Susan Milligan.

She had the idea a few years ago, but only recently brought it to fruition — after much planning, footwork  and resourcefulness.

APP Barracks display opens this week

Thursday, 29 June 2017.

APP Barracks display opens this week
The Alberta Provincial Police Barracks is the latest heritage attraction in Crowsnest Pass and boasts a world-class interactive exhibit that journeys through the story of Canada’s most infamous rum-running murder.

Tales of the Alexandra Hotel

Monday, 26 June 2017.

Tales of the Alexandra Hotel
For close to a quarter century, the Alexandra Hotel in Pincher City, now known as Pincher Station, was a local landmark representing a significant chapter in our frontier heritage. It had economic connections with the settlement’s ranching and railway industries and with the social and political chronologies of both Pincher City and Pincher Creek.

Presentation highlights deadly fentanyl

Sunday, 25 June 2017.

Presentation highlights deadly fentanyl
On June 14 at Pincher Creek’s Matthew Halton School, Sgt. Clayton Wilburn of the RCMP described to students how a deadly dose of fentanyl is the difference of one grain of fentanyl — the size of a piece of sand.