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COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Sept. 17

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Sept. 17

What's happening in Cochrane this week: Bike Cochrane is hosting its annual AGM, the Town is conducting a blue cart audit, and the Cochrane Community Awards have been postponed until next year.
Railyway Street construction nearing an end

Railyway Street construction nearing an end

“I get that people are frustrated— Everybody wants it done sooner or later."
Cochrane track athletes sweep first southern Alberta cross country event

Cochrane track athletes sweep first southern Alberta cross country event

“I love how they’ve created a community, a community of people that can support each other through everything. All of our coaches have worked really hard at putting events together for us to challenge each other, just have fun together. I fell like that really helps us out when we race.”
Food truck finding success with authentic Mexican cuisine

Food truck finding success with authentic Mexican cuisine

“People who’ve been in Mexico can really identify the food. It’s authentic.”
The Corner Coworking seeing increased interest during pandemic

The Corner Coworking seeing increased interest during pandemic

Interest in The Corner Coworking piqued in September, Eaton said, adding that he believes this was a mix of students returning to school, parents looking for a workspace and other looking for a professional environment to work in while their offices remained closed.
PHOTO GALLERY: 9/11 memorial workout draws public and fire service memebers

PHOTO GALLERY: 9/11 memorial workout draws public and fire service memebers

The Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre hosted a memorial workout to honour emergency service members who lost their lives 19 years ago on 9/11.
Snap Dance Studios celebrates 10-years with outdoor recital

Snap Dance Studios celebrates 10-years with outdoor recital

“The energy has been just unbelievable everyone is so happy— There were lots of tears today because we actually made it here. There’s some serious gratitude from everybody.”
Terry Fox run encouraging people to “race one day your way” for 40th anniversary

Terry Fox run encouraging people to “race one day your way” for 40th anniversary

“If we’re going to turn lemons into lemonade there’s lots of positive things that will come out of the run this year.”
Devil's Head wildfire caused by abandoned campfire

Devil's Head wildfire caused by abandoned campfire

Anyone that was in the Black Rock Mountain area in Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park between Aug. 30-Sept. 4 is asked to contact Alberta Wildfire to assist with the investigation
Cochrane Culture Days wrap-up

Cochrane Culture Days wrap-up

“In COVID having something to do to get people out and outside and celebrate all of the cultures that we have in Cochrane, and the talent and the volunteers and everybody, it’s been great,” Mayor Jeff Genung said.