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Transit issue prompts Kleinsteuber to run for council

Transit issue prompts Kleinsteuber to run for council

Why is Jamie Kleinsteuber running for a seat on Cochrane’s town council? Simple: transit. “I see how other communities around the world have transit services and this town is off the map,” said Kleinsteuber.

Highway 758 re-opens into Bragg Creek following June floods

Highway 758 has re-opened — 100 days after being swallowed up by June’s flooding. The stretch of highway, which accesses Bragg Creek from the southwest, was officially re-opened to traffic Sept. 28.
Cochrane area women are new Stampede royalty

Cochrane area women are new Stampede royalty

Two Cochrane area women are hitting the big stage next rodeo season.

Motorist dies after single-vehicle crash north of Bragg Creek

Police believe speed was a causing factor in a single motor-vehicle collision Oct. 1, which resulted in the death of the 27-year-old driver. The incident occurred at approximately 4:50 a.m.

Event samples best of Cochrane's food and drink

With a delicious line-up of local restaurants, food-based boutiques and watering holes, this weekend’s Taste of Cochrane is set and ready to tempt tastebuds. Slated to run Oct. 5, the food-and-drink themed event has no set schedule or start point.
Grossick running to help keep Cochrane 'a great town'

Grossick running to help keep Cochrane 'a great town'

For Steve Grossick, electing a good, insightful government is fundamental for the success of Cochrane. And as a candidate for town council in the Oct. 21 election, he said those are a few of the characteristics he’s bringing to the race.

Cochrane amends business licence bylaw

A new bylaw was approved Sept. 23 by Cochrane council, which looks to streamline the town’s procedures of purchasing a business licence.
McBride, Anderson battle over CRP, housing density

McBride, Anderson battle over CRP, housing density

Following a social-media battle with Airdrie MLA Rob Anderson, which appeared to get quite heated at times, Cochrane mayor and Calgary Regional Partnership (CRP) chair Truper McBride is remaining steadfast when it comes to comments he has been charge
Dal Pra steps up on political stage

Dal Pra steps up on political stage

Most singer/songwriters in the world who have political aspirations usually voice their opinions through song, through news conferences and in the newspaper.
New policy aims to protect wetlands

New policy aims to protect wetlands

Cochrane council adopted a new policy Sept. 23 in an effort to better conserve the community’s wetlands, addressing several preservation principles to guide the town’s future decision making.