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Rocky Mountain Rotary Golf Classic returns for third year

Rocky Mountain Rotary Golf Classic returns for third year

Rocky Mountain Rotary is inviting golfers to tee up to help send kids to camp over the summer with their third annual Rocky Mountain Rotary Golf Classic on June 25.
Cochrane Water Ninjas swim to second at national competition

Cochrane Water Ninjas swim to second at national competition

The Cochrane Water Ninjas celebrate bringing home 57 medals back to Cochrane and securing second overall at the 2024 Canadian Pool Lifesaving Championships.
Homeschool boom brings tough choices for Alberta parents and rural schools

Homeschool boom brings tough choices for Alberta parents and rural schools

It has never been easier to homeschool your child in Alberta. At the same time, there are fewer options within the public system for rural families and students with complex needs.
Council moves forward on new environmental protection task force

Council moves forward on new environmental protection task force

Reed introduced a motion at Monday’s regular council meeting aimed at codifying how they might be guided in future decisions through a greener lens.
Former Eagle columnist receives posthumous PhD

Former Eagle columnist receives posthumous PhD

“It was a beautiful blanket with White Buffalo designs. My son’s name was Dancing White Buffalo.They sang us an Honour Song and my daughter and I danced around the circle."
Work on Calgary's water main stopped due to injuries

Work on Calgary's water main stopped due to injuries

After two injuries overnight resulting in a stop of work, the reparations of Calgary's water main break aren't expected to continue until later this afternoon.
Building Futures Cochrane celebrates a decade in the Community

Building Futures Cochrane celebrates a decade in the Community

Building Futures Cochrane marked 10 years in the community with a special Exhibition of Learning at a duplex students built with Kingsmith Builders on June 12.
Alberta’s increased aquatic invasive species fines will be the highest in North America

Alberta’s increased aquatic invasive species fines will be the highest in North America

Fines associated with avoiding boat inspections in Alberta will increase by thousands starting June 20.
Province scraps plans for Bow River dam near Mînî Thnî

Province scraps plans for Bow River dam near Mînî Thnî

“There’s a cultural and historical aspect to what a project like this could do to the reserve lands that can’t really be justified, not to mention the environmental aspect.”
Cochrane students win Level Up Calgary's Minecraft Design Challenge

Cochrane students win Level Up Calgary's Minecraft Design Challenge

Rocky View Schools congratulates their students who won this year's Level Up Calgary Minecraft Design Challenge.
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