Thursday, 21 December 2017.
Pincher Creek Legion’s Maggie Christians and John Morin visited Matthew Halton High School on Dec. 6 to present the branch’s donation of $750, which has allowed the Needs Room to purchase a freezer. They were given a tour by principal Tara Tanner and teacher Susan Robinson.
Wednesday, 20 December 2017.
The 2017 Winter Lights competition lit up the night with bright lights and creative displays. The contest, put on by Pincher Creek Communities in Bloom, gave homeowners and businesses a chance to show their Christmas spirit.
Wednesday, 13 December 2017.
Stuff a Bus has a good head start this year. The seats are partially filled with some of the 2,680 food items collected and loaded by area students as part of First Student’s Holiday Train fundraiser.
Sunday, 10 December 2017.
Sitting down for a quiet cup of tea used to be a rare thing for Marg Cox, deputy ambulance chief with Pincher Creek Emergency Services.
But now that she’s had a couple of months to settle into her retirement, and smoke is clearing from the emergencies that disturbed the end of summer in the area, she might just begin to enjoy her newfound freedom.
Saturday, 09 December 2017.
Dancers and teachers from Turning Pointe Dance Studio are joining with dancers from many other studios in the Lethbridge area for a production of The Nutcracker this Christmas season.
Friday, 08 December 2017.
While First Student generally hosts Stuff a Bus at Ranchland Mall each Christmas — with proceeds going to the local food bank — this year it has challenged Pincher Creek and Lundbreck schools to compete internally, among the different grade levels, for the most non-perishable food donations.
Thursday, 07 December 2017.
“What Windy Slopes does is enhance the equipment and health programs for the Pincher Creek Health Centre,” Maggie Olson says over the phone.
Wednesday, 06 December 2017.
“It’s gotten so popular, every little town has been trying to get it to stop,” says Pincher Creek town councillor Wayne Elliot.