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Beaupre hosting art show

Members of Beaupre Artists’ Guild will have about 100 pieces of art on display at their upcoming Show and Sale, set to run June 22-23 at Beaupre Community Hall.

School board approves transportation policy despite trustee concerns

Despite the concerns of one trustee, Rocky View Schools (RVS) board voted June 6, to continue bus service to four locations outside of the division’s coverage area.
Irish sounds return to Water Valley with Celtic festival

Irish sounds return to Water Valley with Celtic festival

Traditional Celtic music will take a local twist at the Water Valley Celtic Festival, which is slated to run June 22 at 13 venues spread throughout the community.
Contractor given deadline to respond

Contractor given deadline to respond

A Redwood Meadows contractor who last year pleaded guilty to violations of provincial licensing regulations has until the end of the month to respond to more allegations that he owes former clients approximately $400,000 in refunds that he is refusin
Photography a passion for local carpenter

Photography a passion for local carpenter

He’s new to Cochrane and he’s new to photography, but Stirling Clark is not wasting any time making good use of the town’s unique rolling landscape. Clark, the eye behind the lens at Stirling Clark Photography, arrived in Cochrane in November.
Cochranite missing in B.C. after truck rolls down embankment

Cochranite missing in B.C. after truck rolls down embankment

A former student of St. Timothy High School is one of two men missing near Canal Flats, B.C. Nicholas Hoefnagels, of Cochrane, and Stephen Thomson, from Canal Flats, were reported missing early on June 9.

Minister defends changes to program for those with development disabilities

A large crowd turned up at the Cochrane Alliance Church June 4 for an information session regarding the vision and changes behind the Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) program.
Glenbow students honoured

Glenbow students honoured

Thirty-three First Nations and Metis students from Cochrane’s Glenbow Elementary School were honoured May 30 with a BMO Financial Group National Student Innovation Award.
Woman learns about health care on international level

Woman learns about health care on international level

A former Springbank High School student is experiencing a new culture and learning more about health services on an international level, while on a six-month trip in Georgetown, Guyana.
RVC trims Fire Services budget

RVC trims Fire Services budget

Rocky View County (RVC) has taken steps to reduce the cost of Fire Services, estimating the changes will save taxpayers approximately $4 million over the next three years.