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Cochrane boy recipient of Alberta government's Great Kids Award

Cochrane boy recipient of Alberta government's Great Kids Award

Earlier this year, five-year-old Liam Jackson learned that no one is too young to make a difference after he set out on a mission to raise $500 for the Red Cross in support of Ukraine relief efforts at the beginning of Russia's invasion of the country.
Alberta Open Farm Days returning Aug. 13 and 14

Alberta Open Farm Days returning Aug. 13 and 14

Farms across Alberta are hosting a provincewide open house on August 13 and 14, inviting everyone to come out to the country for an educational tour, maybe some fun and games, and perhaps discover something really good to eat and drink.
Cochrane MADE Makers Festival coming back to town Aug. 13.

Cochrane MADE Makers Festival coming back to town Aug. 13.

Cochrane’s MADE Makers Festival is coming back to town, adding another fun community event option to what is already promising to be a busy Saturday on Aug. 13.
Food Fest returns to Cochrane Aug. 13

Food Fest returns to Cochrane Aug. 13

The second Annual Cochrane Food Fest is returning to town from 11 a.m to 6 p.m. on Aug. 13 at Mitford Park.
'Long overdue': Alberta Indigenous groups to guide spirits home on walk to Calgary from Morley

'Long overdue': Alberta Indigenous groups to guide spirits home on walk to Calgary from Morley

"This is something that has been long overdue."
STARS called following collision north of Cochrane

STARS called following collision north of Cochrane

UPDATE: The roadway has been cleared following a collision at the intersection of Highway 22 and Highway 567, according to RCMP.
Marathon Man: Hidden gems – TriHub at SLSFSC

Marathon Man: Hidden gems – TriHub at SLSFSC

Over the next several articles, I want to share with you some hidden local gems. These are locations, shops, and activities that you may not know about that are in and around Cochrane.
Coffee With Warren: A sunset invitation

Coffee With Warren: A sunset invitation

It’s that wonderful time of year when our Toronto-based son James [sesquiotic.com] pays us a visit in the land of his youth.
Stoney Nakoda First Nation member calls Pope's apology incomplete

Stoney Nakoda First Nation member calls Pope's apology incomplete

Wildman said she believes the apology was incomplete in more ways than one and that Stoney Nakoda First Nation wasn’t represented without mention of the United Church, or any of the other many denominations of Christianity responsible for their role in residential schools and colonization.
Manslaughter charges stayed against mother

Manslaughter charges stayed against mother

Prosecution against the mother of a 24-year-old woman found deceased outside of Cochrane has been halted.