The berry crop this year is excellent. Mr. and Mrs. Age and Florence and Mrs. Saville and Violet picked 390 pounds of chokecherries in five hours on the Gilruth Ranch.
The school question is now serious. One hundred and fourteen pupils are crowded into the two rooms of the public school.
Miss Annie Halton is teaching Grade 8 at Bellevue this term.
Mr. D. Rogan of the PRFA is in town investigating the feasibility of constructing a water storage damn on the Pincher Creek.
Between two and three thousand dollars was netted by thieves at the Co-op after they blew up the safe in the department store over the weekend.
Arthur Ames was returned by acclamation as mayor of Pincher Creek for a further three year term when nominations were received for civic office.
Nick Dyck, a district farmer came up with a windfall recently when he encountered a $1,000 certificate in a package of Peter Jackson cigarettes which he had purchased at the local Co-op.
A special volunteer consulting committee meeting was held Sept. 5 in a last attempt to revive the West Castle Ski hill.
If the resort is to be open, $250,000 would be necessary to become operational.
After one of the driest summers on record, and a Labour Day weekend that was roasting, the weather operations of Cowley’s new community hall was grey, wet and cold.
A large fire which broke out east of Sofa Mountain in Waterton Lakes National Park early last Wednesday remains out of control but mostly contained.
Fish and wildlife officers trapped a 300-plus pound male grizzly bear just one kilometre east of Cowley last Wednesday. The bear was tagged and relocated to an area in the mountains.