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Howard May

Howard May

Howard was a journalist with the Calgary Herald and with the Abbotsford Times in BC, where he won a BC/Yukon Community Newspaper Association award for best outdoor writing.

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Recent Work by Howard

Cochrane entrepreneurs team up with mentors as innovative SMARTstart program launches

Cochrane entrepreneurs team up with mentors as innovative SMARTstart program launches

Seven aspiring entrepreneurs mingled with their mentors at Half Hitch Brewing on April 9, as they are now enrolled in SMARTstart , an innovative 8-month entrepreneurial development program designed for new business owners in collaboration between Coc
Invasive species the topic at April 13 'Living Sustainably' event

Invasive species the topic at April 13 'Living Sustainably' event

Cochrane Environmental Action Committee’s Living Sustainably speaker series is set for Saturday April 13th at 1pm at Frank Wills Hall.
Benefit concert for Big Hill Haven on April 20

Benefit concert for Big Hill Haven on April 20

Doors open at 7 pm on April 20th at Found Books, 208 1 St. E. The show starts at 7:30. 
Cochrane resident travels to new Brunswick to experience total eclipse

Cochrane resident travels to new Brunswick to experience total eclipse

Cochrane athlete having major volleyball success south of the border

Cochrane athlete having major volleyball success south of the border

McLellan, a sophomore outside hitter, was named Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC) Men's Volleyball Student-Athlete of the Week, for three weeks in March.
Cochrane Tourism releases new plans for 2024 to 2027.

Cochrane Tourism releases new plans for 2024 to 2027.

The new Executive Director of the Cochrane and Area Tourism Association, Callandra Caulfield, outlined the organization’s new direction at a Town of Cochrane council meeting Tuesday night, as the outgoing ED said goodbye.
Annual Cowgirl Cattle Company Rendezvous coming in May

Annual Cowgirl Cattle Company Rendezvous coming in May

Individual tickets are $100 each, and a table of eight is $750 (purchased and paid by one person).
Cochrane secures water supply with new licence

Cochrane secures water supply with new licence

A new water license means Cochrane can rest assured it will be allowed to draw enough water from the Bow River for the foreseeable future
Taste of Bragg Creek returns April 26

Taste of Bragg Creek returns April 26

The event offers first-time visitors to Bragg Creek the opportunity to sample many more restaurants than they normally would in one trip.
Isberg coming to Bragg Creek for 'must-see' show on April 13

Isberg coming to Bragg Creek for 'must-see' show on April 13

The military veteran is an accomplished singer-songwriter, whose latest album "Prairie Fire" delves into Western Canadian history.
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