Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Kraft Food Bank donation drive

There are Kraft Food Bank donation boxes at the Co-op Grocery Stores, the Town of Pincher Creek Office, and at the Alberta Treasury Branch. Town Councillor Wayne Elliott and Co-op employee/hockey star Mom Jennifer Draper will be rounding up the donations to take them to the Food Bank on Jersey Day, March 11. ‪#‎khv_pinchercreek‬

Midget Huskies secure Provincials berth with double wins against Vulcan's Hawks

2014/15 Midget Huskies
  • Update: There will be a Midget Huskies playoff game vs Kainai, Saturday March 7, 7:00 -9:30 pm at the MCC Arena.
Chris Davis
Photos and video C. Davis/T.Lucas

Pincher Creek's Midget Huskies secured a Provincial Playoff berth with double wins against Vulcan's Hawks in the final round of Zone 5 Midget C Provincial playdowns.

Dr. Van Bussel talks about colorectal cancer screening

Dr. Jared Van Bussel at Pincher Creek Associate Clinic

Toni Lucas

March is National Colorectal Cancer Screening Awareness month. Pincher Creek is fortunate in that we have Dr. John Rottger and Dr. Jared Van Bussel available in our area for screening at the Pincher Creek Associate Clinic.  Colorectal Cancer occurs in the rectum or large intestine. Dr. Van Bussel explained that some of the symptoms of this cancer include rectal bleeding of bright red blood or black tarry stools, weight loss, anemia, change in bowel habits.  "Those are the types of things to be looking for, something you have to present, no matter what your age, to your doctor. They can decide whether or not they need to explore and look for colon cancer as a cause for that."  He said that "most people would fit into an average risk category".

Pincher Creek Associate Clinic physicians and staff

ATB Investor Services

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Contact me at dburnett@atb.com
Finacial Advisor David Burnett.

David Halton to speak at Matthew Halton High School Thurs. March 5

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Matthew Halton High School
645 Davidson Ave. Pincher Creek

Midget Huskies cheer and highlights after securing Provincials berth

Midget Huskies cheer after securing a Provincials berth with their second win against Vulcan's Hawks last night:


Story to follow.



Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Upcoming 4-H Communications events

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Pincher Creek District Communications Public Speaking
Wednesday, March 4, 6:30 pm
at The Lions Den 
Host Club is Chinook Multiclub

Presentations
Thursday March 5
6:30pm 
at The Lutheran Church
Host Club is Silver Reins

Jr A Girls Dragons win banner at SWJHAA post-season basketball tournament

2015/15 SWJHAA Junior A Girls Basketball Champions 
St. Michael's Dragons
C.Davis photos/videos
Second place: MHHS Hawks
Third Place: WCCHS Cobras
Fourth Place: FPW Flyers
Chris Davis
Updated with more videos

The South Western Junior High Athletic Association (SWJHAA) 2015 Post Season Basketball Tournament was held at Matthew Halton School on Saturday February 28.  Seven teams participated.

Fox Theatre show times

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Fox Theatre hotline 403-627-3444

#khv_pinchercreek

Donna Elliott
Town of Pincher Creek Committee of the Whole and MLA Pat Stier
Mayor Don Anderberg, Councillors Adrian Hartman, Doug Thornton, and Tammy Rubbelke, MLA Pat Stier, CAO Laurie Wilgosh, Councillors Wayne Elliott and Lorne Jackson

Livingstone-Macleod MLA Pat Stier wasn't dressed for the game, but he was dressed like a manager...

Pincher Creek's Committee of the Hockey

Training Inc. offers career and employment assistance and safety training courses

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Career and Employment Assistance

If you are unemployed, underemployed, or even employed, and need a professional resume made, help with career planning or finding work, you can access Training Inc.'s Career and Employment Services for *FREE!*. These services are offered in partnership with Alberta Human Services and are free-of-charge to eligible Albertans. Call 403-627-1874 in Pincher Creek or the Pass to book at appointment. 



2014 - 2015 MCC Arena hockey schedule



Please note that schedules are subject/susceptible to change.  Also of note, this season marks the 50th anniversary of the MCC Arena.

Monday, March 2, 2015

Novice Chinooks defeat Kainai in first round of playoffs

Chinook Daxz Vance with the puck in game against Kainai Little Hawks
T. Lucas photos/video

  • Update: There will be a Novice playoff game this Saturday March 7, 10:45-12:45 vs Warner at the MCC arena.

Toni Lucas

After their first place finish in the Spud League regular season, Pincher Creek's Novice Chinooks made short work of the first round of playoffs, defeating Kainai's Little Hawks (ranked 8th) by more than 10 points in the first game, held at the MCC arena in Pincher Creek on February 28.  That means the Chinooks will now move to round two of the playoffs.

Atom Chinooks defeat Vauxhall in playoffs, advance to face Picture Butte

Atom Chinooks vs Vauxhall Sabres - Chinook Cory Dyck with the puck
T. Lucas photos/video
Toni Lucas

Pincher Creek's Atom Chinooks faced Vauxhall's Sabres twice in Spud League playoffs, and won both games. The Chinooks now advance to the second round of Spud League playoffs to face Picture Butte, with a home game scheduled for Saturday March 7 to start at 1:00 pm.

SACA Bantam Curling Playdown held in Pincher Creek

Team Taylor Olmstead  (Delia Curling Club) won all three of their A Level games
Taylor Olmstead, Alia Nielsen, Presley Battle, Kali Richardson 
T. Lucas photos

Toni Lucas

The Southern Alberta Curling Association (SACA) Bantam District B Curling Playdown occurred at the Pincher Creek rink during the weekend of Friday, February 27, Saturday the 28, and Sunday March 1. Curling enthusiasts 14 years old and younger from areas as far away as Delia, Alberta came and tested their skills against each other. Of the 12 teams that participated seven teams qualified to go to the next level at the Bantam Southern Playdown that will occur in Sundre March 20-22. Qulifying were two teams from level A, 2 from level B, and 3 from level C.

Pincher Creek RCMP complaints summary for Feb. 23 - March 2, 2015

Pincher Creek RCMP

The following is an overview of the nature of the complaints that the Pincher Creek Detachment received for the period of February 23 to March 2, 2015 .  Note that the summary indicates what was reported to the police and may not have been substantiated.

Community Futures asks 'What if?'

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If nobody asked “what if?”, what a boring world it would be. Fortunately, there are entrepreneurs in big cities and small towns who do. People who are driven to create, build networks, find markets, and grow ideas into reality.


Monticello brand Mortadella recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes

Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Monticello brand Mortadella recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes - Click here for more information


Shabros brand Kalonji Whole recalled due to Salmonella

Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Dragons defeat Vulcan in Sr. Girls Basketball

Dragon Megan McGlynn with the ball
J. Jackson photos and video
Joey Jackson

The Pincher Creek Sr. girls Dragons were able to cruise their way to a blowout victory over the Vulcan Hawks on Thursday February 26th, winning 82-24 in Pincher Creek.  The game was slightly delayed after the refs got the wrong information and started to head for Vulcan and didn't make it back in time for the game, so they had to find a few freelance refs so that they could get the game started. The Dragons outplayed the Hawks the entire game, but mostly in the first half.  They scored 47 in the first two quarters while holding the Hawks to only 8. The Vulcan Hawks had a scare halfway through the game when Adrienne Dietz collided with Samantha Cyr mid-court and had to go to the dressing room for repairs, but she came back later to finish off the game.

Vulcan Hawks defeat MHHS Hawks in Sr. Boys Basketball

Halton's Liam Nazarek blocks a pass
K. Jorgenson photo
Joey Jackson

The Halton Boys Sr. Hawks put on a good show on Thursday February 26 in Pincher Creek when they hosted the Vulcan Hawks in a fairly even match up. Unfortunately the Halton Hawks were on the wrong side of that match up once again while facing Vulcan, losing 72-56.

Free shuttle bus service to the Ranchland Mall every Thursday

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Ranchland Express: 
 Free door-to-door Shuttle Bus Service

Employment opportunity Full time/temporary administrative assistant

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TEMPORARY OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

The Town of Pincher Creek has an opening for a full time/temporary operations administrative assistant position.

Nature of Duties:

Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Administrative assistant worker is responsible for assisting administratively with the construction and maintenance of streets, utilities, facilities, and infrastructure of the Town of Pincher Creek. Coordination of Town Occupational Health and Safety Programs. Inventory controller.

Hawks defeat Kainai in B Boys Basketball

Hawks vs Eagles
Kim Jorgenson photos
Matthew Halton's B Boys Hawks hosted Kainai's Eagles 1 on Tuesday evening, February 24.  The Hawks won by a wide margin.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Home Visitor position available at Napi Friendship Association

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Napi Friendship Association 
HOME VISITOR Position – Part Time 20 hrs /week

The Napi Friendship Centre Home Visitation initiative offers family support programs for vulnerable children and their families. 

To achieve our vision of “Healthy Families means Safe Children” we are looking for an experienced and professional individual to work with us in our Home Visitation program.

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