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Special Olympics Alberta planning a return to play

Special Olympics Alberta planning a return to play

Special Olympics Alberta is looking to resume programming after COVID-19 suspended the organization's activities. Here in Cochrane, the plan is being finalized and programming should resume shortly.
Unceremonious end for Cochrane Minor Soccer's summer season

Unceremonious end for Cochrane Minor Soccer's summer season

Althought the season ended for Cochrane Minor Soccer on Thursday (Aug. 27), the ball keeps rolling for the club, as they gear up for their fall and winter programming, which will feature competitve games within a cohort.
Cochrane Generals committed to a 24-game season

Cochrane Generals committed to a 24-game season

"There is definitely going to be a 24-game season regardless of what happens. If it happens in November, if it happens December 1 we can still finish the 24-game season.”
Cochrane coach named Grassroots Coach of the Year

Cochrane coach named Grassroots Coach of the Year

Travis Cummings won Athletics Alberta's 2019 Grassroots Coach of the Year Award for his unique approach to coaching, and significant contributions to cross-country and track and field.
Cochrane BMX hosts annual summer camp

Cochrane BMX hosts annual summer camp

Two-time Olympian Tory Nyhaug, and 2019 Canadian National Champion, James Palmer hosted Cochrane BMX's annual summer camp on Saturday (Aug. 22) and Sunday (Aug. 23).
Cochrane's first flow park now open to the public

Cochrane's first flow park now open to the public

“Hopefully people see this as a sign of what Bike Cochrane is able to achieve.”
Cochane Crush close out season with a championship win

Cochane Crush close out season with a championship win

It was a bittersweet victory for the Cochrane Crush, which walked away from this season with a championship but had its season cut short due to COVID-19.
Cochrane Crush clinches spot in championship competition

Cochrane Crush clinches spot in championship competition

“We’re not really playing for a whole bunch, other than bragging rights, but it’s something fun for the kids to play for.”
New hockey team offers more players a chance to develop

New hockey team offers more players a chance to develop

A new U16 AA team in the South Central Alberta Hockey League will give players with no alternatives a place to play and develop.
Cochrane's golf courses seeing record-breaking numbers

Cochrane's golf courses seeing record-breaking numbers

Cochrane's golf courses are seeing a record-breaking year in terms of players on the course.