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Letter to the Editor: Winter, COVID-19 and fossil fuels

Letter to the Editor: Winter, COVID-19 and fossil fuels

Just like me, I assume most of Cochrane have been hunkering down in our homes over this weekend. This can very likely be contributed to COVID-19 restriction and yes, Old Man Winter. We are so very lucky that we have homes that have so many comforts.
Marathon Man: The Secret 3K

Marathon Man: The Secret 3K

The Secret 3K run/walk, is an event held annually during International Women’s Week to promote equality. It started in 2018, in 10 cities across Canada and has grown every year.
Letter to the Editor: Thank You Cochrane

Letter to the Editor: Thank You Cochrane

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our communities for all they have done for us. Through their generous support they have lifted our spirits though the many challenges of this pandemic.
EDITORIAL: Youth are the collateral damage of COVID-19 public health measures

EDITORIAL: Youth are the collateral damage of COVID-19 public health measures

Our lives have been transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic and many Albertans yearn for a return to a semblance of normalcy. Stringent public health measures have been essential to protecting Albertas, but it has come at a price.
Coffee With Warren: Valentine’s Day mugs of hugs!

Coffee With Warren: Valentine’s Day mugs of hugs!

From cups of light to mugs of hugs, what a delightful week this has been since last week’s column on the late cartoonist Bil Keane’s Family Circus note to me which closed with young Jeffy asking, “Is there a hot chocolate with Warre
Letter to the Editor: Happy Birthday Mildred May Davies, 90 years young

Letter to the Editor: Happy Birthday Mildred May Davies, 90 years young

The Davies had a wonderful Birthday Celebration for their Mother on Jan. 24th as she turned 90 years young! Known by a few monikers ... Mom, Gram, Great Gram, Mildred and Ma Millie she was thrilled to hear from family near and far.
Îethka Voices with Trent Fox: The wake of devastation left by COVID-19

Îethka Voices with Trent Fox: The wake of devastation left by COVID-19

The second wave of this COVID-19 is affecting Indigenous communities across Canada. As of Monday (Feb. 1), there are 63 active cases within the Stoney Nakoda Oyade.
Editorial: Success of Alberta reopening framework is in our hands

Editorial: Success of Alberta reopening framework is in our hands

Our town, province and country are on the edge of a major precipice as we continue the economic and social recovery from COVID-19. How we move forward will depend on the actions each one of us chooses. Starting on Monday (Feb.
Coffee With Warren: Is there a hot chocolate with Warren–virtual, of course?

Coffee With Warren: Is there a hot chocolate with Warren–virtual, of course?

Bil Keane , creator of the wildly popular Family Circus comic strip, died in 2011 in Paradise Valley, Arizona, his home. But he left this column a legacy of much-needed humour.
Council Column: Recreation is an important part of a complete community

Council Column: Recreation is an important part of a complete community

The start of a new year is often the start of a new page. Last year was a bumpy road and many of the projects that I was looking to advance were stalled.