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Community rallies to host sweet and spooky pumpkin walk at Bethany Cochrane

Community rallies to host sweet and spooky pumpkin walk at Bethany Cochrane

“It really neat to see people’s creativity come out. People can carve interesting scenes, or make a likeness of a character or use props in a really interesting way," Heembrock said.
Cochrane Legion launches 2020 Poppy Campaign

Cochrane Legion launches 2020 Poppy Campaign

“We know this is going to be a different and challenging year for the Poppy Campaign,” Bruens said. “It’s been a hard year for all Canadians, and many are struggling financially and/or emotionally.”

Bragg Creek sees first cannabis store open shop in hamlet

“It is a bit of cowboy town and that matches really well with us,” Skerry said. “For us, the product and our brand and our Albertan roots fit this community. We’re happy to be here— We’re certainly looking forward to a long and good future here.”
RCMP urge caution when navigating snowy roads

RCMP urge caution when navigating snowy roads

COCHRANE— Winter has arrived in Cochrane, and with it comes the need to drive cautiously to keep others safe.

UPDATE: RCMP respond to bomb threat at Southland Office

Cochrane RCMP is on scene at the Southland Transportation building on Griffin Road Monday (Oct. 26) after receiving a bomb threat to the building and one of the busses.
Cochrane Generals set a date for season opener

Cochrane Generals set a date for season opener

The current schedule will take the team into February, and the Heritage Junior Hockey League will determine a plan for the playoffs at a later date.
Food Banks Alberta Prepares to Support More Albertans this Holiday Season

Food Banks Alberta Prepares to Support More Albertans this Holiday Season

Food Banks anticipate increased demand as CERB runs out and holidays approach.
New bakery hosting grand opening in Sunset this weekend

New bakery hosting grand opening in Sunset this weekend

“Our model is to bring back the glory days of baking, when the Calgary Bakery and some of the old-school bakeries in downtown Calgary, back in the 80s and 90s that were pumping out flour dust at three in the morning because they were going that hard. Nowadays baking has become so commercialized— We’ve really flipped it on its end."
Rotary Club of Cochrane continues the fight against polio

Rotary Club of Cochrane continues the fight against polio

While COVID-19 has stolen the spotlight of infectious diseases, Rotarians worldwide continue efforts to fight the deadly poliovirus.
Small Business Week celebrates Cochrane’s entrepreneurial innovators

Small Business Week celebrates Cochrane’s entrepreneurial innovators

“Small business owners often wear all the hats— They’re small teams, or teams of one often, and they’re just doing every piece of the puzzle themselves,” Sinclair said.