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Alberta Health Services rescinds COVID-19 visitation policy

Alberta Health Services rescinds COVID-19 visitation policy

COVID-19 visitor restrictions that were currently in place at Alberta Health Services (AHS) facilities have officially been rescinded.
Cochrane Fire launches six-week campaign promoting summer safety

Cochrane Fire launches six-week campaign promoting summer safety

Cochrane Fire Services wants community members to get the most out of their summers through their recently launched six-week 'Be Summer Safe' campaign.
Cross-country Ignite Humanity bike tour hits Cochrane

Cross-country Ignite Humanity bike tour hits Cochrane

It’s a mobile publishing house, movie, TV series, inspirational cross-country tandem bike trip, charity fundraiser, and a love story – and it’s coming to a community near you. That is, as long as you live in Canada.
UPDATE: Passenger succumbs to injuries in motorcycle-deer collision near Cochrane

UPDATE: Passenger succumbs to injuries in motorcycle-deer collision near Cochrane

UPDATE: The 56-year-old female passenger that was involved in a collision between a motorcycle and a deer just outside of Cochrane earlier this afternoon (July 19) has succumbed to her injuries, according to Cochrane RCMP.
Albertans 18 and up can now get second COVID-19 booster

Albertans 18 and up can now get second COVID-19 booster

The government announced Tuesday it is expanding its eligibility for a second COVID-19 booster to Albertans age 18 and up.
Cochrane Piranhas swimmer breaks provincial record at host meet

Cochrane Piranhas swimmer breaks provincial record at host meet

The summer swim club finished the weekend meet with countless new personal bests and one new provincial record, set by a former member of the Calgary Swordfish – Aaron Xiao.
Labour Day parade in search of volunteers

Labour Day parade in search of volunteers

The Cochrane Labour Day parade is set for Sept. 5, and they’re looking for volunteers.
GALLERY: Bragg Creek Days back with a bang after COVID hiatus

GALLERY: Bragg Creek Days back with a bang after COVID hiatus

Riversong residents call for Town to address 'hazardous traffic' in neighbourhood

Riversong residents call for Town to address 'hazardous traffic' in neighbourhood

A petition created by a Riversong resident at the beginning of June has 359 signatories calling for the Town to expedite the completion of James Walker Trail, implement more bylaw measures to reduce speeding and traffic hazards along River Heights Drive and to deny the development of two 5-storey, 95-unit residential complexes, proposed to be built along the thoroughfare.
COVID-19 vaccines no longer condition of AHS employment

COVID-19 vaccines no longer condition of AHS employment

Alberta Health Services (AHS) has rescinded the Immunization of Workers for COVID-19 Policy, effective July 18.