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Front page of June 19, 2024, issue of Shootin' the Breeze with 3-year-old Holly Hays on horseback at Pincher Creek Kids Rodeo

Shootin’ the Breeze – June 19, 2024

Special Feature: Class of 2024, graduates of Matthew Halton High School, St. Michael’s School, Livingstone School, Piikani Nation Secondary School and Crowsnest Consolidated High School

This week’s headlines:

From cowboys to businesswomen: celebrating local Black history this Juneteenth

Pincher Creek town council hosts open house, connecting with residents on top-of-mind issues

Women’s shelter highlights donations and strategic growth at AGM

Controversial ‘energy war room’ shut down: money and mandate to go elsewhere

Memorial service will mark 110th anniversary of Hillcrest Mine Disaster

Highway 22 collision leads to arrests

Tip results in drug changes in Piikani Nation

Ready to ride

Meet new MD councillor Jim Welsch

Crowsnest Pass Health Foundation presents $2,800 50-50 cheque

Filipino community celebrates Philippine Independence Day in Pincher Creek

Holy Spirit School Division superintendent Ken Sampson will be missed

Volunteer efforts key to successful Reuse and Recycle Fair

Caption contest winner

Coming up roses at the Lebel Mansion

Frontier Recollections: Pioneers with business and homesteading origins

Snodgrass Funeral Home kicks off annual flower barrel contest

Mobile mammography service to visit Glenwood

 

Plus local events, contests, concerts, community notices, job opportunities, service directory, obituary for Vicky Miller, Coffee Break puzzles and general information for Pincher Creek, Crowsnest Pass and Piikani Nation.

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