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Letters to the Editor

Real data available to support climate change believers

Dear Editor: In his letter published in the Jan. 23 Cochrane Eagle, Brian Davis makes a few points which are commonly made by the dwindling number of climate change deniers.

Kimmett committee says thanks

Dear Editor: To our volunteers, our sponsors, our players, and our friends: All of us in the Kimmett Cup organizing committee want to extend our deepest thanks for everything you did to make the day such a success.

Physiotherapist advocates for warm water therapy treatment

Dear Editor: In my role as the physiotherapy consultant for the Parkinson Alberta Society, I often recommend pool therapy for the Parkinson population.

Coalition disappointed with turbine approval by RVS

Dear Editor: Our group, No Turbine in Town (NTT), is extremely disappointed with the decision of the Rocky View Schools trustees and superintendent to push forward with the installation of a 20 metre high, 5.

Heritage Drive dog owners not taking care of business

Dear Editor: With the recent changes proposed to the town’s by-laws regarding infractions for which dog owners can be fined, this letter is very timely.

Family desperate to find hockey bag

Dear Editor: Around 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 5 we were en route to the Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre to attend our son’s bantam hockey game. However, upon our arrival, we were horrified to discover his goalie equipment hadn’t arrived with us.

Education key to climate change discussions

Dear Editor: Having attended the Jan. 11 climate change presentation and discussion in Cochrane, I am compelled to submit a response to the information provided.

Time to allow next generation's ideas to thrive, reader believes

Dear Editor: This town has a history of residents voicing any and all concerns and this ensures a good finished project.

Turbine has hidden danger

Dear Editor: The Dec 12 Eagle carried some details about the Wind Turbine proposed by Cochrane High School and local residents in opposition.

Family thanks community for support during tough time

Dear Editor: Cochrane is such a wonderful community and we feel so blessed that Brandon had the opportunity to grow up here. We would like to thank all of the first responders who were with Brandon in his final moments.