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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.
Candidates debate, pool dominates conversation

Candidates debate, pool dominates conversation

Seniors on the Bow (SOTB) hosted a packed panel of Cochrane’s mayoral, council and school board candidates last night (Oct. 2), and funding for the new Aquatic Centre dominated the near three-hour conversation.
'Friend' to bears to speak in Bragg Creek

'Friend' to bears to speak in Bragg Creek

Growing up in Waterton Valley, Charlie Russell saw his fair share of wildlife through his family’s outfitting and filmmaking businesses.

Jazz cat bringing blue notes to Cochrane pub

When it comes to listening to music in Cochrane, there’s no shortage of country and western bands, folkies with guitars in hand and singer/songwriters lined up to entertain the happy hour toe tapper or midnight hour two-stepper.
Festival to scare up some business in Bragg Creek

Festival to scare up some business in Bragg Creek

Bragg Creek residents hope to scare up support for their community with a month-long festival celebrating the best fall has to offer. The inaugural Bragg Creek Scarecrow Festival will be held from Oct. 4 to Nov.
Boys and Girls Club introduces new executive director

Boys and Girls Club introduces new executive director

There’s a new face at the Boys and Girls Club of Cochrane and Area. Beginning Sept. 3, Din Ladak has taken up residence at the youth facility as the interim executive director for the non-profit organization.