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Local farmers open their gates for Alberta Open Farm Days

Local farmers open their gates for Alberta Open Farm Days

“The farms have worked really hard this year to make sure that everything is following the guidelines from AHS [Alberta Health Services] and the government,” said Alberta Open Farms Day market coordinator Nicola Doherty. “The farms have been really creative in coming up with different ways people can interact and learn about farming in Alberta while keeping safe."
Cochrane and Area Events Society planning walk-by Labour Day Parade

Cochrane and Area Events Society planning walk-by Labour Day Parade

“We’re running a reverse parade,” said Cochrane and Area Event Society vice president Ericka Richards. She explained during the event visitors will be able to walk by stationary parade floats along a designated route at the Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre parking lot. “They can see everything without being all crowded together.”
Drive-in music concert coming to Bragg Creek

Drive-in music concert coming to Bragg Creek

“We’re going to have a night full of music for everyone to enjoy."
Good Morning Cochrane!

Good Morning Cochrane!

Good morning! If you'd like to contribute a photo to our morning posts, send our editor Chelsea a note at ckemp@cochrane.greatwest.ca.
New hockey team offers more players a chance to develop

New hockey team offers more players a chance to develop

A new U16 AA team in the South Central Alberta Hockey League will give players with no alternatives a place to play and develop.
Good Morning Cochrane!

Good Morning Cochrane!

Good morning! If you'd like to contribute a photo to our morning posts, send our editor Chelsea a note at ckemp@cochrane.greatwest.ca.
Giving back to the community core philosophy of Two Pharmacy

Giving back to the community core philosophy of Two Pharmacy

“We make a donation to a local charity for every transaction we do,” says Reid Kimmett
Alberta reports downward COVID-19 trend with 56 cases and 2 new deaths

Alberta reports downward COVID-19 trend with 56 cases and 2 new deaths

"The hard truth is that we will likely still be fighting COVID-19 in 2021," Hinshaw said.
COCHRANE IN BRIEF, AUG. 6

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, AUG. 6

What's happening in Cochrane this week.
Alberta school curriculum to focus on basics, keep out political bias: minister

Alberta school curriculum to focus on basics, keep out political bias: minister

Students will be going back to school in September