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OPINION: Reflecting on 20 years of covering the community

OPINION: Reflecting on 20 years of covering the community

For 20-years The Cochrane Eagle has had a newsroom diligently working to bring community news to readers in town.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Tennant’s eagle-eyed legacy

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Tennant’s eagle-eyed legacy

This issue of the Cochrane Eagle , host newspaper for these columns, marks the 20 th anniversary of its founding. In honour of its founder, the late Jack Tennant , I’d like to revisit my May 24, 2018 column that I published upon his death.
Council Column: Cochranites rally together in times of crisis

Council Column: Cochranites rally together in times of crisis

With the hot days here, it is time to relax, recharge, and enjoy summer. With no Council meetings in August, this Council's term is winding down. The break has given me time to reflect on the accomplishments of the last four years.
EDITORIAL: Vaccine wastage is a first-world privilege

EDITORIAL: Vaccine wastage is a first-world privilege

Canadians desire to get the COVID-19 jab appears to be waning. In early June we faced the adversity of not having enough of the precious resource for everyone who wanted a vaccine.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: Sunset on Serendipity Beach

COFFEE WITH WARREN: Sunset on Serendipity Beach

Serendipity is the joy of being at the right place at the right time to encounter the unplanned and delightfully unexpected. That certainly relates to one of our longtime coffee companion’s ways with a camera. Fred Monk , former pastor of St.
COLUMN: Introducing Jessica Lee SAIT practicum student

COLUMN: Introducing Jessica Lee SAIT practicum student

As I near the end of a 2-year journalism program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), I will be completing a month-long practicum where I’ll be writing and taking photos with the Cochrane Eagle.
COFFEE WITH WARREN: A rocking horse reminiscence

COFFEE WITH WARREN: A rocking horse reminiscence

Cochrane cafes are the most wonderful places to reminisce. Just the other day, for instance, longtime Edmonton reader John Chalmers joined me at Cochrane Coffee Traders.
COLUMN: Prairie Winds 4-H Club Learns About Microgreens

COLUMN: Prairie Winds 4-H Club Learns About Microgreens

June marked the end of our 4-H club year and was full of fun in-person outdoor activities.
Cochrane's Tasting Pleasures: In Defence of the Wrongly Accused— Sulfites

Cochrane's Tasting Pleasures: In Defence of the Wrongly Accused— Sulfites

Your favourite wine gives you headaches. You reason it must be the sulphites (S02). After all, it sounds "chemical," and it's spelled out on the label.
EDITORIAL: Public events a refreshing taste of normalcy

EDITORIAL: Public events a refreshing taste of normalcy

The Calgary Stampede is back and it is a refreshing taste of normalcy. The legendary Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth is a test to see if our province can fully reopen safely with no COVID-19 public health measures.