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Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre to host 9/11 memorial workout

Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre to host 9/11 memorial workout

This year, on the 19th anniversary of 911, the fifth annual 911 Memorial Workout will take place on Friday (Sept. 11).
Update: Schools across Alberta report COVID-19 cases as school year starts

Update: Schools across Alberta report COVID-19 cases as school year starts

There were 619 new cases in the province over the long weekend
Unceremonious end for Cochrane Minor Soccer's summer season

Unceremonious end for Cochrane Minor Soccer's summer season

Althought the season ended for Cochrane Minor Soccer on Thursday (Aug. 27), the ball keeps rolling for the club, as they gear up for their fall and winter programming, which will feature competitve games within a cohort.
Cochrane Generals committed to a 24-game season

Cochrane Generals committed to a 24-game season

"There is definitely going to be a 24-game season regardless of what happens. If it happens in November, if it happens December 1 we can still finish the 24-game season.”
SLS Family Sports Centre reports first confirmed COVID-19 case

SLS Family Sports Centre reports first confirmed COVID-19 case

COCHRANE— The Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre has had its first confirmed case of COVID-19.
Five Sundre doctors closing their practices, moving over dispute with province

Five Sundre doctors closing their practices, moving over dispute with province

'This has been an incredibly tough decision,' says one Moose & Squirrel Medical Clinic doctor
Stoney Nakoda gets ready to return to school

Stoney Nakoda gets ready to return to school

Nakoda Elementary students will be returning to the classroom on Sept. 21 under the provincial scenario two re-entry plan
Stoney Nakoda makes second request for culture minister to reconsider McDougall Church historic status

Stoney Nakoda makes second request for culture minister to reconsider McDougall Church historic status

"At a time when monuments to subjugation all over the world are being destroyed or removed, the McDougall Stoney Mission Society, without consulting the Stoney Nakoda Nation’s leadership, and in the face of overwhelming opposition, has chosen to rebuild a monument – which to many of our community stands as a traumatic and painful reminder of the colonial legacy of cultural genocide and oppression."
Chiniki College murals a celebration of Stoney Nakoda Culture

Chiniki College murals a celebration of Stoney Nakoda Culture

“It’s respectful of culture and a reflection of culture for future students who come here."
Bow Valley College Cochrane Campus transitions to online-only classes

Bow Valley College Cochrane Campus transitions to online-only classes

Although COVID-19 may have affected how students are attending school in the fall semester, enrolment numbers remain mostly the same as an average year at Bow Valley College Cochrane Campus.