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Kiwanis Club of Cochrane hosting Christmas Toy Project

Kiwanis Club of Cochrane hosting Christmas Toy Project

The Kiwanis Club of Cochrane is preparing to give 123 children smiles this Christmas with its annual Christmas Toy Project. The Club is still seeking donations for the Project from the public to fund the event.
Cochrane RCMP searching for missing man

Cochrane RCMP searching for missing man

COCHRANE— Cochrane RCMP is asking for the public’s assistance in finding a man who was last seen on Saturday (Nov. 28). Jim Beatty, 73, was last seen near the Glenbow Drive area in Cochrane during a walk on Saturday afternoon.
Local company aims to help reduce isolation during COVID-19

Local company aims to help reduce isolation during COVID-19

“When COVID hit and it changed the world of how we had to operate as a small business, we found the that boxes really suited what people needed while they were in isolation. People were struggling with connection, they were struggling with things that they can do while they’re not in a position to be in a normal, connected environment. The box became a conduit to give people activities that kept them mentally active, physically active, and socially and emotionally connected.”
Cochrane Fire Services builds new training facility

Cochrane Fire Services builds new training facility

“Half of what we do is super unpredictable. You have the best-laid plans and all of a sudden everything goes wrong because that fire extended into an area you didn’t know about and now you need to get out."
Support local on Shop Small Saturday

Support local on Shop Small Saturday

As the busy holiday shopping season prepares to get underway, chamber of commerce representatives throughout Rocky View County are reminding residents of the importance of supporting local businesses. Nov.
Cochrane's Syrian refugees adapting well four years after arrival

Cochrane's Syrian refugees adapting well four years after arrival

“I know that I grew older and faster than I should have, but I got so much out of it,” Shahd said. “It was a positive growth.”
COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Nov. 26

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Nov. 26

What's happening in Cochrane this week: A positive COVID-19 case in Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre, the Stockmen's Memorial Foundation's online auction sees resounding success and the Town's Social Recovery Task Force seeks to further understand the effects of the pandemic on the community.
Cobras host ceremony celebrating critical role of linemen on the field

Cobras host ceremony celebrating critical role of linemen on the field

"I think they’re protectors. I think they take on that role and take pride in the fact that they can protect and be the most important part of the team, if you ask me, other than the quarterback. If you don’t have a lineman, you’re not playing any type of high level."
Cochrane Tourism explores the potential economic benefits of river wave park

Cochrane Tourism explores the potential economic benefits of river wave park

"We know that capitalizing on the river could bring economic impact to Cochrane through visitation, business development and the visitor economy," Oucharek said.
RCMP issue anti-fraud tips to help shoppers stay safe online

RCMP issue anti-fraud tips to help shoppers stay safe online

Help protect yourself online this holiday season with these tips from Alberta RCMP.