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RCMP seeking single suspect after break-in

A break-in at the NAPA Auto Parts in Cochrane has RCMP searching for a lone suspect. On Jan.
Kimmett Cup takes to ice for Right To Play

Kimmett Cup takes to ice for Right To Play

Better make sure those skates are sharp, because the fifth-annual Kimmett Cup is right around the corner. Teams will hit the ice on Jan.

LIPG hopes frack fluid disclosure eases concerns over contamination

The secrecy surrounding what chemicals are being used in hydraulic fracturing (fracking) fluid has ended, with the Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) and the Lochend Industry Producer’s Group (LIPG) disclosing the ingredients to the public.

Resident speaks out against altered logging plan

A change in the West Bragg Creek logging plan has left residents frustrated. Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development (AESRD) approved a logging proposal in November.
Nigerian immigrant's experience focus of Calgary-shot film

Nigerian immigrant's experience focus of Calgary-shot film

A screening of the film Treacherous Heart will be coming to the Cochrane area this month, shedding light on the pressures immigrants experience in their daily life. Hosted by Cooperative ESL Ministries, the film will be shown at 7 p.m.
Bridge delay 'beyond frustrating' says MVC deputy reeve

Bridge delay 'beyond frustrating' says MVC deputy reeve

Mountain View County councillors have expressed their displeasure with the delay of the $2.8-million Big Prairie Bridge project over the Little Red Deer River northwest of Cremona.
McBride provides 'state of Cochrane' address

McBride provides 'state of Cochrane' address

Ongoing development was the major theme during the Cochrane and District Chamber of Commerce’s Jan. 9 Lunch and Learn event, where Mayor Truper McBride provided his ‘state of Cochrane’ address to a group of approximately 40 business members.
Colour pink represents anti-bullying campaign

Colour pink represents anti-bullying campaign

For some, pink may be just a colour.
School trustees OK Cochrane High's turbine

School trustees OK Cochrane High's turbine

Cochrane High School’s five-kilowatt wind turbine project got the green light from Rocky View Schools (RVS) board, Jan. 10. The project, first presented to RVS on Nov.
Seven-year-old Cochranite viciously attacked by pit bull

Seven-year-old Cochranite viciously attacked by pit bull

A pit bull attack at a home on Quigley Drive on Jan. 12 has landed a seven-year-old boy in a Calgary hospital. Tyler Benjamin was visiting with his older sister at her residence when he was attacked by a dog owned by the sister’s boyfriend.