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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cochrane should stop following Calgary's decisions

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cochrane should stop following Calgary's decisions

I have been a resident and employee in the Town of Cochrane for 20 years ... I have seen a lot.. ...and we have seen many changes.
The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – Nanatuk Nathan

The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – Nanatuk Nathan

Mountaineer Martin (aged 64) and grandson Nanatuk Nathan (aged 11) have climbed Mount Everest at a rate of 200 stairs per day. They left Base Camp (17,600 feet) on April 14th and reached the summit of Everest (29,029 feet) on July 17th.
EDITORIAL: Masks should not be a partisan issue

EDITORIAL: Masks should not be a partisan issue

Wearing a mask should not be a political issue. A simple gesture meant to protect those around you and prevent the spread of COVID-19 has morphed into a cantankerous monster of a topic seemingly dividing people into two camps— pro and anti-mask.

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Joseph, John Lewis, Malala and more

The example of ancient Joseph as someone for whom life was repeatedly the pits, but for whom those pits placed him in the right place at the right time to be God’s agent of life and hope (last week’s column ), certainly drew some inspirin
COLUMN: The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – The Summit

COLUMN: The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – The Summit

Mountaineer Martin (aged 64) and grandson Nanatuk Nathan (aged 11) are [virtually] climbing Mount Everest, 200 stairs per day. They left Base Camp (17,600 feet) on April 14th and hope to reach the summit of Everest (29,029 feet) on July 17th.
COLUMN: Working to navigate Cochrane's post-Covid future

COLUMN: Working to navigate Cochrane's post-Covid future

Summer is here and I am looking forward to enjoying the sun like the rest of Cochrane. The next year though, is going to be stormy clouds, as Cochrane grapples with Covid-19 and the provincial economy. Cochrane is a desirable place to live.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: When life’s the pits, remember Joseph

COFFEE WITH WARREN: When life’s the pits, remember Joseph

Last week’s column looked to cherries for what to add to a whack pack for a world out of whack. With so much malicious misinformation bombarding us lately, the cherries advised us to add the wisdom, “Don’t swallow the pits.
The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – Birthday Boy

The Great Virtual Mount Everest Climb – Birthday Boy

Mountaineer Martin (aged 64) and grandson Nanatuk Nathan (aged 11) are climbing Mount Everest, 200 stairs per day. They left Base Camp (17,600 feet) on April 14th and hope to reach the summit of Everest (29,029 feet) on July 17th.
New bridge goes through the heart of Riversong

New bridge goes through the heart of Riversong

The Cochrane urban planning geniuses are back at it again. This time it’s the connection of the new Jack Tennant Memorial bridge directly into the heart of suburbia and not out to highway 22 as originally promised.
EDITORIAL: Students' return too school shows it is never to early to start planning

EDITORIAL: Students' return too school shows it is never to early to start planning

The year 2020 has forced us to become extremely adaptable while accepting that the future is fluid and unpredictable.