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Letters to the Editor

A very bright future

Dear editor: I hope many of your readers got a chance to see the display of High School students’ art at Java Jamboree over the past several weeks.

Bigger not always better

Dear editor: In response to the picture of the ‘impressive construction’ south of Cochrane last week, I wanted to share my opinion of this project. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more grotesque and narcissistic tribute to the owner’s ego in my life.

Cochrane Sustainability Plan never meant to be perfect

Dear editor: Thank you for your ongoing interest in the Cochrane Sustainability Plan (CSP).

Bigger not always better

Dear editor: In response to the picture of the ‘impressive construction’ south of Cochrane last week, I wanted to share my opinion of this project. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more grotesque and narcissistic tribute to the owner’s ego in my life.

Cremona 4-H keeping busy

Dear editor: The last couple of months have been quite busy for the Cremona 4-H Club. We had a successful bottle and battery drive thanks to all of our community support. On Feb. 1, the club held its annual public speaking competition.

Cochrane Sustainability Plan never meant to be perfect

Dear editor: Thank you for your ongoing interest in the Cochrane Sustainability Plan (CSP).

Cremona 4-H keeping busy

Dear editor: The last couple of months have been quite busy for the Cremona 4-H Club. We had a successful bottle and battery drive thanks to all of our community support. On Feb. 1, the club held its annual public speaking competition.

The future is in the classroom

Dear editor: Having grown up in Calgary at a time when it was starkly comparable to where Cochrane is today, I am dismayed at the lack of support by the Alberta provincial government in facilitating the increasing volume of students.

The future is in the classroom

Dear editor: Having grown up in Calgary at a time when it was starkly comparable to where Cochrane is today, I am dismayed at the lack of support by the Alberta provincial government in facilitating the increasing volume of students.

Skepticism is warranted

Dear editor: Lindsay Seewalt is right to be skeptical about Cochrane’s pretensions to be a sustainable community, as stated in her April 10 opinion column. One specific example I’d like to raise is the ability of the town to allow the new Centre Ave.