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Ace of spades card on ad for Chase the Ace at the Pincher Creek Legion
Pig roast at wedding venue — the Cowley Lions Campground Stockade near Pincher Creek in southwestern Alberta.



Rhonda Maynard Collins Obituary Photo Pincher Creek

Obituary | Rhonda Maynard Collins

Rhonda was an elegant, graceful and beautiful woman; a fine mother; the town’s “women’s doctor”; an advocate for the advancement of women; an avid reader; a music…

Dr. Laura Chisholm – woman with long, straight, reddish-blonde hair, of Pincher Creek Eye Clinic

Seeing good in the world

Celebrating 10 years at Pincher Creek Eye Clinic, Dr. Laura Chisholm is donating a portion of September sales to Fighting Blindness Canada.

Local groups, like SPCA, reach out for help

Manager Felicia White says finding volunteers to act as board members, help with community events or care for shelter animals is a challenge.
Food bank shelves filled with non-perishable food and bottled water

Latter-day Saints continue food drive tradition

Watch for a bag on your doorstep and fill it with non-perishable food items for the Pincher Creek food bank.
Youth run from the starting line of the Amazing Teen Race in Crowsnest Pass

Amazing Teen Race attracts 88 participants




Ad for Vape in Pincher Creek


Obituary photo of Carolyn Weymouth
Obituary Photo of Catherine Cyr of Pincher Creek
Obituary photo of Eleanor Mackenzie as a young woman.


March 6 Covid-19 update for southern Alberta
week-over-week decrease in positive tests
20200916 Breeze Issue


Riley Warren heeling a calf on horseback at Rimbey Rodeo

CPRA Spring Season Kicks Off in Rimbey

For veteran timed-event hand Riley Warren, it was a nice start to what he hopes will be a bounce-back year.
Wanted man Randall Hopley. Dark hair, light skin, hazel eyes, grimace.

Randall Hopley on the run

Convicted of a child abduction in Sparwood in 2011, Hopley has breached his supervision order. Call 911 if you see him.

Ad for Darcys Nature Walk Crowsnest Pass
Aerial view of the Cowley Lions Campground on the Castle River in southwestern Alberta