• Wetland Myths Pt. III

    Judy Stewart Wetland Myths This article is intended to provide the background for unpacking the four wetland myths presented last week.
  • Memorable summer

    Ivan Brooker Councillor Council This is my last opportunity to write a Councillor’s Column before the fall elections.
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    Help required

    On Friday July 26, my truck was broken into at #2 West Towers Place and my camera was stolen. The pictures on the two SD cards are from a fishing ...
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    Volunteers, sponsors make it possible

     What a weekend for Cochrane! From Friday through early Sunday morning this little town of ours hosted a skateboarding event, a Christian rock festival and, of course, our trio of ...
  • Prevailing wetland myths

    By Judy Stewart Several prevailing wetland myths permeate the draft Cochrane Wetland Conservation Policy.
  • Working towards a vision of sustainability

    The vision for Cochrane’s sustainable future has not changed since May 2009.  That vision, created by citizens who got together to write a community plan for the next 50 years, ...
  • Transit and wetlands

    Judy Stewart Sustainability Transit and wetlands Readers may wonder why I think community discussions and council decisions about the introduction of transit and retention of wetlands on the urban landscape ...
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    Volunteers sought

    Cochrane Summerfest/Bull Classic is coming, July 26-27, and we are on the prowl for volunteers. Are you part of a group that needs a bit of help financially? Give us ...
  • Low pricing isn't everything

    By Judy Stewart People are completely dependent on the natural environment for survival: without air, water, food and sources of energy for heat and light, we cannot survive.
  • Life as a Couch

    Things I just don't want to know by Dave Couch I don’t know. Let me clarify - I know a lot about a lot of different things and am pretty ...
  • Letters

    Ecumenical flavour worthy of note

    I enjoyed your coverage of Easter in the last issue. ‘The Walk of the Cross’, which I’ve known as ‘The Way of the Cross’, was well attended and, I think, ...
  • So where to now?

    There’s something about the word ‘politics’ that hits a raw nerve in people. It has gained a bad reputation and triggers thoughts of ill intent as we recall the misuse ...