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Rocky View Schools reaffirms commitment to innovation and successful learners

Rocky View Schools reaffirms commitment to innovation and successful learners

“Our budget is driven by the goals and strategies of the four-year plan and we are working to foster innovators in their learning journey."
Mehtab East Indian Cuisine raises more than $500 for Boys and Girls Club of Cochrane and Area

Mehtab East Indian Cuisine raises more than $500 for Boys and Girls Club of Cochrane and Area

“During COVID, our youth team has worked hard and brought creative ideas to keep the teens engaged through virtual programming, but everyone is ready for some in-person programming,” Bilodeau said. “The team has been working on some fun and exciting ideas for the summer and the funds raised will help make that happen.”
Traffic lights installed at busy Bragg Creek intersection

Traffic lights installed at busy Bragg Creek intersection

The long-awaited installation of traffic lights in Bragg Creek has come to fruition.
Drive-in theatre coming back to Cochrane

Drive-in theatre coming back to Cochrane

"I think we’re all reaching our limit on what COVID has done to our lives. We’re craving stuff to do, and craving things that get us back out there and doing stuff and just enjoying things again. Things like this really fill some of that void when there are a lot of other things we can’t do right now. It is very important for everyone’s morale and emotional state."
COCHRANE IN BRIEF, May 27.

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, May 27.

What's happening in Cochrane this week: the Cochrane and Area Humane Society is hosting an online raffle, the Cochrane and District Chamber of Commerce is hosting a free webinar and the Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre has $1,500 scholarships up for grabs.
NDP leader Rachel Notley talks health care and economic recovery

NDP leader Rachel Notley talks health care and economic recovery

“There’s a number of different reasons why the doctors in that clinic said they are leaving. Some of them literally don’t like government, and literally beyond that with COVID we know that family physicians on the fee for services model are challenged,” Notley said.
Deadline approaching to register for RVS online learning

Deadline approaching to register for RVS online learning

“We heard from stakeholders that the virtual school environment works well for some families and the board felt it was important to ensure an online learning option was available beyond this pandemic heavy year.”
EDITORIAL: Looking forward to the end of lockdowns

EDITORIAL: Looking forward to the end of lockdowns

Like the willows beginning to bloom as a sign of spring, we are starting to see signs our lives may soon return to a semblance of normalcy.
'Open for summer plan' hinges on vaccination rates

'Open for summer plan' hinges on vaccination rates

Restrictions will be eased as more Albertans get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, with a complete reopening expected for early July.
Grow your green thumb at the Glenbow Community Garden

Grow your green thumb at the Glenbow Community Garden

“It’s community enhancement, it’s community engagement. It allows for local access to food sources, it environmentally reduces the impact of shipping food over long distances, you enhance local food security so families can access fresh, safe, nutritional, affordable vegetables, fruits and herbs, you have social opportunities … We build welcoming, safe spaces for community members to gather.”