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Sports Centre funding request divides council

Sports Centre funding request divides council

A request for $1.5 million in funding support for Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre sparked fierce debate at Cochrane Council.
COVID-19 hospitalizations hold steady

COVID-19 hospitalizations hold steady

The province reported that 18 new cases of COVID-19 had been identified on Sunday (May 31).
Photo Gallery: St. Timothy's celebrates grads

Photo Gallery: St. Timothy's celebrates grads

Photo Gallery: Great to be "Heron" Cochrane

Photo Gallery: Great to be "Heron" Cochrane

Some pork farmers operating at a loss due to COVID-19

Some pork farmers operating at a loss due to COVID-19

“This is as bad as we’ve seen it,” said Alberta pork farmer Jurgen Preugschas.
Federal gun ban locked and loaded

Federal gun ban locked and loaded

"The liberal government, if they had their way, there wouldn't be any firearms in this country. Little by little they're taking away more and more of the freedoms and rights of law abiding gun owners."
"Movie Under the Stars" drive-in tickets sell out in one day

"Movie Under the Stars" drive-in tickets sell out in one day

“Hopefully this raises the spirit of Cochranites and we can have some fun while we do it."
Hinshaw announces COVID-19 testing available to all Albertans

Hinshaw announces COVID-19 testing available to all Albertans

“In preparation for Stage Two of our relaunch now is an opportune time to expand testing to get a full understating of the presence of COVID-19 in our population.”
Owner determined new business will survive challenging times

Owner determined new business will survive challenging times

Steel House Doggy Daycare opened just a few months before the pandemic arrived in Alberta
COVID-19 has wide-ranging effect on local Westlock businesses

COVID-19 has wide-ranging effect on local Westlock businesses

Butcher shop thriving, restaurants face challenging road to reopening