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Sticking to your New Years' goals

Sticking to your New Years' goals

“The biggest thing is to take whatever resolution or new goal or whatever it is that you want to chomp away at in fitness, nutrition, health, wellness, is to break that up into small goals."
Canada's first case of South African COVID-19 variant found in Alberta

Canada's first case of South African COVID-19 variant found in Alberta

Canada's first case of a new, more infectious variant of COVID-19 that surfaced in South Africa was found in Alberta on Friday, the same day two Atlantic provinces tightened their boundaries and Ontario warned tough new measures may be on the way if
Acclaimed Cochrane artist spreads joy with acts of kindness

Acclaimed Cochrane artist spreads joy with acts of kindness

"Like I said, I’m not making a fortune, but the fact that I’m making people happy— That’s the fortune that I like."
"Trust must be repaired": Kenney responds to travel scandal amid low poll rankings

"Trust must be repaired": Kenney responds to travel scandal amid low poll rankings

"(The) buck stops with me," Kenney said
Cochrane Activettes helps nearly 300 families over holiday season

Cochrane Activettes helps nearly 300 families over holiday season

The Cochrane Activettes Share Your Christmas program saw success over the holiday season.
Wayfinders Wellness Retreat looks to add gym to its PTSD healing kit

Wayfinders Wellness Retreat looks to add gym to its PTSD healing kit

“If we’ve been injured by significant PTSD, even though the stories are vastly different, the methodology and the process and the way to healing is somewhat similar," Wagman said. “There’s hope, there’s a lot of other things when it comes to supporting your mental wellness."
Alberta COVID-19 health measures extended to at least Jan. 21, Cochrane reports 46 cases of the virus

Alberta COVID-19 health measures extended to at least Jan. 21, Cochrane reports 46 cases of the virus

As of Wednesday (Jan. 6), there were a reported 46 active cases of COVID-19 in Cochrane. Alberta Premier Jason Kenney announced Thursday (Jan. 7), the province's current health measures will remain in place until at least Jan. 21. He was also announced students will be returning to their classroom as planned on Monday (Jan. 11).
COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Jan. 7

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Jan. 7

What's happening in Cochrane this week: Students get ready to head back to school, the Cochrane Food Bank is set to reopen and the Town lights up the Jack Tennant Memorial Bridge to honor a slain officer.
Multiple UCP MLAs caught travelling over the holidays

Multiple UCP MLAs caught travelling over the holidays

“That’s a hard pill to swallow I’m disappointed,” Genung said. “This just does not leave a good feeling.”
COVID-19 vaccine roll out begins in Cochrane

COVID-19 vaccine roll out begins in Cochrane

“I think everybody is feeling like at least we’re taking a step forward,” said Big Hill Lodge manger Sandra Robin. “It’s something we all needed to hear— It has raised spirits.”