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Kai Shefer, a young boy with dark hair hanging over his face and blue mini gloves on his hands, conducts an experiment on a bubble at Livingstone School's science fair.

E-Edition Feb. 22, 2023

Unpoppable bubble

Kai Shefer conducts an experiment for his unpoppable bubble project at Livingstone School’s annual science fair last Thursday.

Fluffy light brown dog grins widely through his mud-covered face

E-Edition Feb. 15, 2023

Muddy Monday

Bear enjoyed muddy outdoor activities prior to Monday’s snowfall in Pincher Creek. Windy chill expected today before above-zero temps return.

Front page of Feb. 8, 2023 issue of Shootin' the Breeze newspaper. Many people, wearing coloured hockey jerseys, walk on a cold winter morning

Feb. 8, 2023 E-Edition

Winter walk with memories of Wayne

Clad in hockey jerseys, locals gathered Feb. 1 for Pincher Creek’s annual Winter Walk Day, with the late Wayne Elliott in the thoughts of many.

 

infant girl in blue pajamas with white flowers and a yellow bow on her head, looks up at her parents, a woman with long dark hair and a man in a black ball cap.

Jan. 25, 2023

The beauty of local obstetrical care

Halen Benson’s parents are grateful for the level of maternity care currently available in Pincher Creek. See related articles in this issue.

 

Front page of Shootin the Breeze featuring two young women wearing mermaid fins pose in the empty hot tub at the Pincher Creek pool during shutdown

Jan. 18, 2023

Waiting for the waves

Lifeguards Kiana Neumann, left, and Jessie Shenton take a break from their work at the Pincher Creek pool to have a little fun in the empty hot tub. The pool is scheduled to reopen next Monday. 

 

Front page of Jan. 11/23 Shootin' the Breeze – Child-care worker, a dark-haired woman wearing glasses and a blue shirt, talks to three preschoolers

Jan. 11, 2023

Child-care crunch looms amid staffing shortage

About 100 children are waiting for spots in Pincher Creek early learning centres, which are running at only 60% capacity.