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Town of Cochrane commits to Truth and Reconciliation, declares Sept. 30 a stat holiday

Town of Cochrane commits to Truth and Reconciliation, declares Sept. 30 a stat holiday

Manager of intergovernmental relations and corporate communications said decision on statutory holiday was not a difficult one to make
Local businesses clamber under weight of latest COVID guidelines

Local businesses clamber under weight of latest COVID guidelines

With over 20,000 active COVID-19 cases in the province and an announcement from Premier Jason Kenney introducing a new proof of vaccination program, many local businesses are clambering to figure out a solution to keep their operations afloat.
Bow River Recreational Survey closes

Bow River Recreational Survey closes

Responses will help inform the Steering Committee about concerns and considerations moving forward
Proof of vaccination cards available tomorrow

Proof of vaccination cards available tomorrow

Starting Sept. 20, some businesses must follow one of two options
Big Hill Springs Provincial Park reopens amidst threat of gravel pit

Big Hill Springs Provincial Park reopens amidst threat of gravel pit

Big Hills Springs Provincial Park – one of Rocky View County’s most popular tourist sites – is once again welcoming visitors to witness its series of springs, waterfalls, and rocky terrain covered with flora and fauna.
Rain didn't dampen Culture Days' Celebration

Rain didn't dampen Culture Days' Celebration

The Lions Club Event Centre, Historic Downtown and Centennial Plaza were the centre of the weekend’s festivities
Airdrie-Cochrane MLA issues apology letter to constituents over party's latest COVID response

Airdrie-Cochrane MLA issues apology letter to constituents over party's latest COVID response

Following the Alberta government’s Sept. 3 announcement reinstating mask mandates, $100 incentives for vaccinations, and liquor curfews, a member of the United Conservative Party (UCP) has spoken out in opposition to the party’s stance.
Marathon of Hope goes virtual for the second year running

Marathon of Hope goes virtual for the second year running

A route will be set around Mitford Park the day of the virtual run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to accommodate anyone who wishes to utilize it. The beauty of hosting it virtually also means that anyone can run anywhere and at any time, said Lesley Hunt, event organizer of the Terry Fox Run.
Cobras take the win over Bobcats in battle of Cochrane

Cobras take the win over Bobcats in battle of Cochrane

The game was called with just over seven minutes left in the third quarter when Bow Valley threw in the towel early. Within the first quarter, a player for the Bobcats suffered a minor injury, which halted the game until an ambulance could arrive.
RVC, Redwood Meadows fire crews battle blaze in West Bragg Creek

RVC, Redwood Meadows fire crews battle blaze in West Bragg Creek

A family in West Bragg Creek have lost their home following a large house fire on the early morning of Sept. 16.