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Crowsnest Pass Herald Front Page
Toddler parks in Sparwood
Toddlers aged 2 - 5 in Sparwood can now explore the two new toddler playgrounds at the Sparwood Recreation Center, and in central Sparwood Heights.
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Sparwood Weather
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Community is Wild About Wetlands in Sparwood
Residents of all ages are wild about wetlands in Sparwood. Thirty five participants came out to three workshops to learn about the value of wetlands and specifically the [...]
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Knowing Where the Elk River May Go
To better understand flooding in the Elk Valley, the Elk River Alliance joined forces with University of Lethbridge scientists and professional engineers to model historic and projected flood events. We are now better able to [...]
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Stetski allocates more than $600,000 for Kootenay-Columbia youth jobs
MP Wayne Stetski was instrumental in awarding more than $600,000 in federal assistance to create summer jobs for [...]
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Sparwood toddler park projects near completion
The Sparwood Early Years Committee started fundraising three years ago to purchase and assemble two toddler parks for children aged [...]
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WildSafe BC
WildSafe BC
The Wildlife Corner
There have been very few reports of human/bear conflict the last few months. This is quite typical, especially when berries and natural food sources are plentiful. A bear can consume up to [...]
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Previous Issues
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Local boys take gold in Provincial Baseball
The Fort Macleod Royals are a beacon for those interested in playing baseball at a more serious level and have taken in many talented athletes from Alberta and British Columbia in recent years. Many of these players are [...]
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Watershed Discovery Camp receives donation
The Elk River Alliance's Elk Watershed Discovery Camp received a donation of $2004.00 from [...]
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Sparwood Market youth vendor
Ethan Dortman (pictured above) is a youth vendor at the Sparwood Market. The 9 year old entrepreneur noticed [...]
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Flooding, the environment and us
Floods are a problem for people, yet the environment can benefit from this natural disturbance. A healthy watershed benefits tourism, recreation and our well being, and it is important to consider [...]
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EDITORIAL AND OPINIONS
50 JustJeff
Driving me Crazy
Summer is the time of year where we all get a little happier. The birds are chirping, there are beautiful sunrises and sunsets to grace the senses. The grass and trees give off that [...]
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Wapiti Music Festival is back
This year marks the 6th year for the Wapiti Music Festival. It has always been a stepping stone for many up and coming independent Canadian bands and this year is no different.
The festival will be [...]
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WildSafe BC
WildSafe BC
The Wildlife Corner
Grizzly bear sightings have been reported on Alpine Way, the gravel road leading to Douglas and David Crescent. [...]
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Fortis BC begins planned project to cover gas lines in the Elk River
As of August 8, Fortis BC has begun work adding additional ground cover over the gas line that crosses the Elk River in Sparwood. There work will be [...]
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Kootenay Taxi under new ownership and providing 24 hour service in the Elk Valley
Kootenay Taxi in Fernie has recently exchanged hands and is now owned by Fernie resident and former manager, Jerry Borkowski, under the name, [...]
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