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  • Province marks national volunteer week
    par Bill Atwood le 19/04/2021 à 8:01

    To mark National Volunteer week, the Government of Alberta has provided micro-grants totaling $65,000 for celebrations in 67 communities. According to a press release from the Ministry of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women Alberta has one of the highest rates of volunteerism in […]

  • Homesteading chronicles continued
    par Farley Wuth le 18/04/2021 à 12:51

    This week we continue our look back into the homesteading history of southwestern Alberta. Such ranching and farming pursuits often were difficult due to the rough terrain and remote living conditions. THE SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA FOOTHILLS This week we continue our look back into the homesteading […]

  • Residents asked to provide feedback on northeast development plans
    par Bill Atwood le 17/04/2021 à 10:36

    Residents are being asked to provide feedback on plans for development in the northeast part of Pincher Creek. While plans for the area, which is east of Wal-Mart, and north of highway 6 are in the very early stages of development, an area structure plan (ASP) was presented in a virtual open house […]

  • Pincher Creek acts as setting for feature film
    par Bill Atwood le 17/04/2021 à 12:02

    A partially made-in Pincher Creek film made its Canadian debut on Saturday with two showings as part of the Canadian Film Fest. Range Roads stars Alana Hawley Purvis, as Frankie, who returns to her hometown in rural Alberta and is forced to reconnect with her estranged brother Grayson (Joe Perry), […]

  • Pincher Creek council briefs from the April 7 meeting
    par Bill Atwood le 15/04/2021 à 6:33

    Covid-19 relief for community groups With the town having a surplus of nearly $300,000 in 2020, council has allocated $130,000 to support community groups that have been financially impacted by the pandemic. No tax increase, 2021 operating budget shows surplus of $107 Council approved the 2021 […]

  • Local MLA says Alberta government needs to consider different regions when deciding on COVID-19 measures
    par Bill Atwood le 13/04/2021 à 1:47

    Despite the recent rise in Covid-19 cases, over a quarter of the UCP caucus have spoken out against their own government’s decision to return to step 1 of its recovery plan. On Apr. 6 Premier Jason Kenney announced tighter health measures including shutting down indoor dining at restaurants, […]

  • Resource designed to support active, intergenerational play being shared across southwestern Alberta
    par Submitted le 09/04/2021 à 8:33

    Building relationships and connections across generations has a wide variety of benefits for both children and older adults. One of the easiest and most effective ways to build these relationships is through play. This is why Be Fit For Life worked to create 50 intergenerational play kits and asked […]

  • Homesteading chronicles from southeast of Pincher Creek
    par Farley Wuth le 09/04/2021 à 12:27

    This week we take a look at some of these homesteading histories from southeast of Pincher Creek.  These agricultural pioneers each claimed a stake near St. Henry’s Church, located prominently on a hill top in the Yarrow District. PIONEERS CHARLES AND JOSEPHINE AGE Charles Age (1872 […]

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