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Provincial funding profile for Rocky View Schools holds division harmless for lower enrolment

Provincial funding profile for Rocky View Schools holds division harmless for lower enrolment

Overall, the district saw a net increase of about $1.3 million in funding in the 2021-2022 school year.
UPDATE: Cochrane RCMP locate missing boy

UPDATE: Cochrane RCMP locate missing boy

STONEY NAKODA— Cochrane RCMP is requesting the public's assistance in locating Mikka Manybeares, 9, who was reported missing Wednesday (May 5).
Kiwanis Club of Cochrane planning Free Bike Safety Day

Kiwanis Club of Cochrane planning Free Bike Safety Day

The Free Bike Safety Day will be capped at 100 youth participants to adhere to COVID-19 public health measures. The capacity cap is subject to change based on public health measures.
Cochrane RCMP investigating suspected animal attack near Waiparous Village

Cochrane RCMP investigating suspected animal attack near Waiparous Village

“I’ve been in Cochrane for quite a while and I can think of a couple of instances like this. It’s not super common, I would say it’s a little more common in Kananaskis area itself. We’ve had a few of them over the years. We’ve had some close calls as well, with some aggressive animals and stuff, but not too many where it’s the cause of death.”
Province introduces new health measures, all Alberta students moving to online learning Monday

Province introduces new health measures, all Alberta students moving to online learning Monday

“We will not permit our health care system to be overwhelmed. We must not and we will not force our doctors and nurses to decide who gets the care and who doesn’t,” Kenney said. “We must act now to stop the spike.”
Cochrane hairstylist finalist in Canada-wide Spring is in the Hair competition

Cochrane hairstylist finalist in Canada-wide Spring is in the Hair competition

“Editorial stuff is not the norm we get to do every day. It’s something exciting to do to be more creative.”
Rocky View Schools Grades 7 to 12 students move online

Rocky View Schools Grades 7 to 12 students move online

ROCKY VIEW— Rocky View Schools announced Monday (May 3) all Grade 7 to 12 students will temporarily move to online learning starting Tuesday (May 4).
Rocky View Schools calls on increased transparency and vaccinations for staff from Alberta Health

Rocky View Schools calls on increased transparency and vaccinations for staff from Alberta Health

“We need to be able to have the information to do the best job that we can for our stakeholders and the people that we serve,” Forrest said
Cochrane tops 200 active COVID-19 cases

Cochrane tops 200 active COVID-19 cases

The Town of Cochrane had a reported 204 active cases of COVID-19 as of the end of the day Sunday (May 2). Outbreaks of five or more cases of COVID-19 have been reported at Bow Valley High School, Cochrane High School, RancheView School, St. Timothy High School and Cochrane Christian Academy.
Wildlife conflict biologist encourages Cochranites to bear-proof their homes

Wildlife conflict biologist encourages Cochranites to bear-proof their homes

“Residents have a responsibility to not encourage bears to be in Cochrane and that really does come down to the availability of food,” Honeyman said. “If people can make that food not available, they’re not going to have any bear issues.”