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Letters to the Editor

Reader questions SPUR's path

Dear editor: Perhaps if sustainability partners focused more on uniting resources and less time fragmenting communities they would not have to worry so much about their financing.

Thanks for coming out

Dear editor: The Springbank Creative Arts Club would like to extend a huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who braved the weather to attend the “Show & Sale” held Nov. 2-3 at the Springbank High School gymnasium.

Thankful for Home Care

Dear editor: The Cochrane Eagle is providing a great service to its readers with articles like the one Karla Reinhard wrote Nov. 7 about Cochrane’s home health services.

Thank you for the help during a difficult time

Dear editor: On the morning of Nov. 2, my brother and his wife, Bob and Sylvia Edwards, were returning to their home in California, after visiting family in Canada.

Reader not pleased with recent certification

Dear editor: Spray Lake Sawmills (SLS) gets Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification. Whoa! A few vital facts were missing from the Oct. 31 article. First, this certification is conditional, to be re-evaluated next summer.

4-H Halloween party

Dear editor: Halloween is all about kids, costumes and candy, but for the Big Hill West Light Horse 4-H Club, it was all about horses, kids, costumes and candy. On Oct. 30 we had our annual Halloween ride night at the Cochrane Agriculture Society.

Pet course a must

Dear editor: I would like to share with your readers some info on an excellent course I recently took. I registered for a Walks ‘N Wags pet first aid course taught by Leah of Canine Connection Pet Services in Cochrane.

Election over, job not done for former candidate

Dear editor: I thought I would write to the community to thank them for voting, to thank all who donated their time/effort/money, to thank all those who were willing to talk and debate ideas with me and to thank all the candidates for offering their

Consider young voters

Dear editor: Our Town of Cochrane communications advisor Laurie Drukier said the town advertised for four weeks prior to the vote of the new proof of residency requirement.

Voter turnout in Cochrane election is shameful

Dear editor: On a bright, sunny, crisp morning, I walked across the car park to vote at the Bow Valley Baptist Church.