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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.
Spray Lake Sawmills tax assessment complaint rejected

Spray Lake Sawmills tax assessment complaint rejected

Former Cochrane Counsellor Andy Marshall called for the tax assessment review for Spray Lake Sawmills. He said he was disappointed to see the proposed reassessment fail given the evidence his lawyer Clint Docken was able to present.
Special Olympics Alberta planning a return to play

Special Olympics Alberta planning a return to play

Special Olympics Alberta is looking to resume programming after COVID-19 suspended the organization's activities. Here in Cochrane, the plan is being finalized and programming should resume shortly.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Town of Cochrane Property Tax Matters

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Town of Cochrane Property Tax Matters

If Cochrane taxpayers had come to this public hearing, held by the Composite Assessment Review Board (CARB), on Aug. 10 in the Council Chamber, they would have witnessed a strange scene as Town of Cochrane staff defended their unusually low assessment of the Spray Lake Sawmills (SLS) large 57 acre property just south of The Quarry commercial area.
Way Out West Fest planning low-key 2020 celebration

Way Out West Fest planning low-key 2020 celebration

“I always found a big, big disconnect between the people in the city, urban Calgarians, with the West,” said Way Out West Fest founder Ingrid Schulz. “It kind of tweaked me all the time that urban Calgary wasn’t getting to experience the West the way you should.”
Auto Star— Mustang latest edition to long line of gems

Auto Star— Mustang latest edition to long line of gems

“I don’t build them to spec or anything because if you do that then you don’t drive them— This way I build it for driving it.”
Updated: Alberta ramping up surgeries 150 per cent

Updated: Alberta ramping up surgeries 150 per cent

Will expand the use of privately run day clinics
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Kindness goes a long way in troubling times

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Kindness goes a long way in troubling times

I am trying to understand why this question by the elderly lady bothered you so much! I agree with many things you said but I also disagree with many.