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Cochranite denied LGBTQ2S+ themed birthday cake by local restaurant

Cochranite denied LGBTQ2S+ themed birthday cake by local restaurant

“It’s not enough to say they you’ll do better next time. You need to know how to do better next time and that comes with training and knowledge around diversity, inclusion and equity."
Cochrane active COVID-19 cases continue to drop, no changes to public health measures announced

Cochrane active COVID-19 cases continue to drop, no changes to public health measures announced

“We are on a positive trend our numbers indicate that the restrictions that we put in place last month, while extremely challenging, are helping to prevent more people from being exposed and getting sick with this virus.”
COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Jan. 21

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Jan. 21

What's happening in Cochrane this week: A community donation from Two Pharmacy, the Tim Bannister Memorial Rink reopened for public use and Cochrane artists will display their work in a photography festival.
Cochrane restaurants struggling but optimistic during COVID-19 lockdowns

Cochrane restaurants struggling but optimistic during COVID-19 lockdowns

“Just hang in there. That’s what I want to keep telling the people and to myself. It’s not going to be the same forever, it’s going to change— It’s for sure going to change. There’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Do your best, give some positivity out and do whatever you can, but hang in there.”
Cochrane Minor Ball opens registration for the 2021 season

Cochrane Minor Ball opens registration for the 2021 season

Cochrane Minor Ball saw more than 120 registrations on day one of its registration period on Friday (Jan. 15).
Reopening of Cochrane personal wellness services met with excitement and caution

Reopening of Cochrane personal wellness services met with excitement and caution

“They’re resilient they’re working really, really hard to stay afloat in these times,” Korman said. “They have a sense of optimism they’ll make it through.”
Cochrane reports 38 active cases of COVID-19

Cochrane reports 38 active cases of COVID-19

The Town of Cochrane had a reported 38 active cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday (Jan. 19). To date the town has had 306 cases of the virus— Two people have died and 266 people have recovered.
Canmore family search for dog missing from Calgary since end of December

Canmore family search for dog missing from Calgary since end of December

It has been 20 days since Leeza went missing from a yard in northern Calgary, scared off by fireworks. Her family and volunteers from the community continue to search for her, hoping to find her and bring her back home to Canmore.
Arrest made after Cochrane RCMP respond to alleged firearm threat in Stoney Nakoda First Nation

Arrest made after Cochrane RCMP respond to alleged firearm threat in Stoney Nakoda First Nation

STONEY NAKODA— Cochrane RCMP responded to reports of an alleged firearms threat and potential house fire in Stoney Nakoda Nation on Wednesday (Jan. 20) morning. RCMP Cpl. Troy Savinkoff said the detachment received a call at 8:30 a.m.
Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

Vaccinations for First Nations delayed due to supply

The number of active COVID-19 cases was 209 at Stoney Nakoda First Nations in Morley on Monday.