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Cowboy Challenge clinic an obstacle for horses, riders

The first Canadian Cowboy Challenge event of the season is slated to run March 9-10 at the Cochrane and District Agricultural Society indoor arena.
Cremona council increases its number to five

Cremona council increases its number to five

Cremona council gave third reading and approved a bylaw increasing its number of council members from three to five, a polarizing issue in the village of just under 500.
Awards honour Cochrane's loyal sports volunteers

Awards honour Cochrane's loyal sports volunteers

In an effort to recognize Cochrane’s most loyal sport contributors, Sport 4 Life Cochrane, is accepting nominations for community volunteers for the organization’s first Volunteer Appreciation Night.
Camp Horizon gets new bikes thanks to Lavigne's foundation

Camp Horizon gets new bikes thanks to Lavigne's foundation

Looks like campers at Bragg Creek’s Easter Seals Camp Horizon will be getting a couple new sets of wheels. At the end of January, Canadian musician Avril Lavigne announced support for 10 Easter Seals programs, including Camp Horizon.
Key areas of Strategic Plan moving forward: town CAO

Key areas of Strategic Plan moving forward: town CAO

Now a quarter of the way there, Cochrane council members were provided an update on the 2013 Strategic Plan on Feb. 25.
RV park reveals plans for changes

RV park reveals plans for changes

An open house hosted by Spring Hill RV Park unveiled a number of proposed changes to the park, including plans for a car, semi-truck and RV wash.

Cochrane Trade Show puts out call for local talent

The 2013 Cochrane and District Chamber of Commerce Trade Show has announced an all-star talent competition, and any amateur performers are invited to battle it out for bragging rights.

Old vehicles needed

An upcoming training session has Cochrane Fire Services putting out a call for your old vehicles.
Emelia's Cause to help build birthing hut in Sierra Leone

Emelia's Cause to help build birthing hut in Sierra Leone

An 11-year-old girl will be pulling harp strings — and heart strings — during a fundraising concert to benefit the women and children of Africa’s Sierra Leone.
Experience helps Canadian songwriter find his groove

Experience helps Canadian songwriter find his groove

A Juno nominee is bringing his unique, honest brand of pop music to Bragg Creek in what promises to be an outstanding evening of entertainment.