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Clare's Law comes into effect in Alberta

Clare's Law comes into effect in Alberta

"We want to remind everyone that domestic abuse is a real and ongoing problem. If you are suffering from domestic abuse, please reach out to us and the authorities.”
Cochrane reports more than 100 active cases of COVID-19

Cochrane reports more than 100 active cases of COVID-19

The Town of Cochrane identified 102 active cases of COVID-19 as of the end of the day Wednesday (April 7). To date, the town has reported 496 cases of the virus— Two people have died and 392 people have recovered.
Cochrane area ranchers in the midst of calving season

Cochrane area ranchers in the midst of calving season

“Calving is fun, we do a lot of things on horseback still and you get to get out and see a new calf having his first suck and running and jumping and hiding in the grass, but it’s a lot of work regardless of the year,” Eklund said.
COCHRANE IN BRIEF April 8

COCHRANE IN BRIEF April 8

What's happening in Cochrane this week: The Cochrane and Area Humane Society is now accepting scholarship applications, The Helping Hands Food drive is cancelled, and the Lego Competition has moved online for 2021.
Cobras linebacker recruited to the Calgary Colts

Cobras linebacker recruited to the Calgary Colts

“I think there’s going to be a lot of room for me to improve going to the colts. Playing for the Colts is really going to help my play style and give me good tips that I didn’t know before and overall make a better player."
Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin signs letter opposing public health restrictions

Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin signs letter opposing public health restrictions

Miranda Rosin, the MLA for Banff-Kananaskis, was one of 16 UCP elected officials who signed a letter in opposition to the recently announced provincial public health restrictions.
Efforts of firefighters limit damage to family home from wildfire off Highway 1A

Efforts of firefighters limit damage to family home from wildfire off Highway 1A

“Grassfire season is really the perfect storm for Cochrane because we can get it coming from any direction. We just have to be super careful," Avery said. “We need days of rain to green everything up and then we can lessen the fire ban. There’s not a lick of green grass anywhere— We’re in the perfect storm right now so we have to be extremely diligent in what we do.”
Sport 4 Life Cochrane looking to build connections through Youth Sport Hub

Sport 4 Life Cochrane looking to build connections through Youth Sport Hub

“My suspicion is that there are probably large sections of our community that are not benefiting and we’re hoping to shed some light on those as well."
Third annual Green Shirt Day encouraging Canadians to learn more about organ donations

Third annual Green Shirt Day encouraging Canadians to learn more about organ donations

“It’s saving lives, creating organ donor awareness and registrations across our country and helping out anyone we can help,” said Logan's father Toby Boulet.
Cochrane reports 83 active cases of COVID-19, Province bringing back additional health measures

Cochrane reports 83 active cases of COVID-19, Province bringing back additional health measures

The Town of Cochrane reported 83 active cases of COVID-19 as of the end of the day Monday (April 5). To date, the town has reported 467 cases— Two people have died and 382 people have recovered.