Friday, April 29, 2016

2016 National Day of Mourning cermony in Pincher Creek

Gathering for the ceremony
T. Lucas photos

"Now when I hear of, or read about someone lost or seriously injured at their workplace, I immediately think of the enormous domino effect that it has. The families and friends, co-workers, first responders, and medical professionals are just the first in a very long line of those who share the burden of trauma."- Councillor Lorne Jackson

Sir John Franklin Junior High Band plays Pincher's Central Park

Sir John Franklin Junior High Band (T. Yard photos)

Toni Lucas

The Sir John Franklin Junior High Band from Calgary, Alberta held a free one hour concert in Central Park behind Town Hall on Friday, April 29 from 11:00 am to noon.  The temperature was only a few degrees above freezing. The chill weather may have deterred some people from attending, but the young group of approximately 50 students still had a respectable crowd of about 20 people attend and the crowd appreciated their musicality.  The weather also made tuning a challenge, something you don't have to think about when you only perform indoors. The group were well rehearsed, and played well despite any obstacles, proving their spirit and willingness to share their love of music.

Young offender charged after pedestrian struck by vehicle in downtown Pincher Creek

According to Pincher Creek RCMP Detachment Commander Mark Harrison, Emergency Services and RCMP responded to a collision at the corner of Hewetson Avenue and Main Street Pincher Creek at approximately 6:30 pm on Wednesday, April 28. A car struck a female pedestrian. The pedestrian was sent to hospital with undetermined injuries and was later released from hospital. The driver of the vehicle is a young offender who is now facing charges. ~Toni Lucas

First Student thanks everyone who helped with their Reds Flashing - No Passing campaign

"As a motorist, if you can not be totally alert to your surroundings, and notice a large bright yellow school bus with multiple red lights flashing and a stop sign flashing, you really have no business operating a motor vehicle on our streets and highways."

  •  Dangerous incidents still occurring

Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village already in bloom for golden anniversary

T. Lucas photos April 2016

Toni Lucas

Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village (KBPV) is located in downtown Pincher Creek. Many think the entrance building is the whole of the museum grounds but it is only the start. The village is contained on close to seven acres and hosts over 24,000 artifacts throughout 25 historical and museum buildings. One of the many highlights of the grounds are the several vegetable and flower gardens, fruit trees and other botanical delights. During the National Day of Mourning on April 28, it was a dreary damp day in Pincher Creek, yet still there was beauty and reflection to be found on the KBPV grounds.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Grass fire contained outside of Pincher Creek

Pincher Creek Emergency Services responded to a small grass fire approximately 10 kilometers south of town west of Highway 5 on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 20.  The fire started when the landowner was mowing in a ditch.  "It tells you how dry our conditions were,before that last rain," said Deputy Fire Chief Pat Neumann.  The fire was quickly contained, and no injuries occurred. ~Toni Lucas

Single vehicle rollover sends two to hospital

Pincher Creek Emergency Services responded to a single vehicle rollover near Pincher Creek at 6:30 pm on Friday April 22.  The two occupants of the vehicle extricated themselves and were transported to  Pincher Creek Health Centre with minor injuries. ~Toni Lucas

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Dear drivers: red lights flashing on a school bus means stop

Location Manager Sharon Roberts reminds the public 'Reds Flashing, No Passing"
T. Lucas photo

"It's not a difficult concept, red lights mean stop." - First Student Location Manager Sharon Roberts

Toni Lucas

First Student Pincher Creek is out to spread the message of school bus safety with their campaign "Red Flashing, No Passing'. They had a bus parked in the parking lot at Tim Hortons on Saturday, April 23, with volunteers on hand to answer questions. First Student Location Manager Sharon Roberts said each of their drivers care about the safe transport of the students and are worried about the seven times buses with flashing red lights have been passed during this school season. One of these incidents was very recent, happening after the campaign started.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Pincher Creek RCMP summary for April 18-24, 2016

Pincher Creek RCMP

The following is an overview of the nature of the complaints that the Pincher Creek Detachment received for the period of April 18-24, 2016. The summary indicates what was reported to the police and may not have been substantiated.

  • Total calls for service - 42
  • Domestic assault – 1
  • Uttering Threats - 1
  • Mischief (vandalism) - 2
  • Theft of motor vehicle - 1
  • Theft over $5000 - 1
  • Disturbing the Peace - 4
  • Driving complaints (general) - 6
  • MV Collisions - 4
  • Liquor offences - 3
  • Assistance to General Public (general) - 2
  • Assistance to other agencies - 2
  • False Alarms - 2
  • Prisoners held – 11

Lions clean up the streets in Cowley

Josh Davis

On Saturday April 23 the Cowley Lions Club took to the streets of the Village of Cowley, cleaning up the trash that had accumulated there. Seven volunteers met up at the Cowley Community Center before splitting into two groups in order to cover more ground. The Lions came prepared for the cold wet streets, still damp from rain that fell the previous night.

Girls Rugby – Hawks defeat Vulcan, Flyers blank Hawks

Josh Davis

On Thursday April 21 Pincher Creek's Girls Hawks rugby team hosted Fort Macleod's F.P. Walshe Flyers at the Sproule field in Pincher Creek. The Flyers gained ground early in the SV game, winning 17–0 in spite of the valiant effort by the Hawks. Hawks #12 Rebecca Lowry put in a lot of work that game, making good defensive plays and coming very close to making a try. Things went better for the JV Hawks. Hayley Williams and Taylor Fiest led the way for their 27-19 win by scoring two tries each.

John Barlow MP column April 2016 - Doctor Assisted Dying

John Barlow, MP for Foothills
April 2016

Doctor Assisted Dying is one of the most important and difficult issues I have had to address during my time as a Member of Parliament.

I have looked to the residents of Foothills for input and direction in dealing with a highly complex and deeply sensitive issue. It was clear at the open houses and the correspondence that I have received, this is an important issue for Foothills residents.

Canadian children get a D-minus on Participaction score card

Sonya Brown, Heath Promotion Co-ordinator, Alberta Health Services

Scraped knees, bruises and worn-out running shoes - that’s what children are made of. Unfortunately, this statement is become less true as we see an increase in sedentary behavior and a decrease in physical activity.

“The biggest risk is keeping your kids indoors,” says Dr. Mark Tremblay, director of the Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute). Dr. Tremblay was one of the lead authors of the Participaction report card, which has given Canada a poor grade when it comes to physical activity of children and youth.

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Fatal rollover near Cameron Lake, 5 passengers injured

RCMP Pincher Creek

On April 23, 2016 at approximately 9:00 p.m., Pincher Creek RCMP and Emergency Services responded to a serious motor vehicle rollover near Cameron Lake in Waterton National Park.  The pickup truck was travelling southbound on Cameron Lake road when it left the road and rolled down a embankment into a creek bed. The driver of the vehicle was ejected from the truck and was pronounced deceased at the scene.  The five occupants managed to exit the vehicle and call for help. All five suffered non life threatening injuries

Treasured recipes

Joyce Sasse, Spiritual Gleanings

It might be quickest to “Google” a recipe, but no screen-display carries the meaning we find in a recipe card marked “Aunt Clara’s Cocktail Crisps”.

That card brings with it special memories of the proud farmer and grandmother who expressed her best self through the food she served. I recall, having given a 5-year-old great granddaughter a blank paged “recipe book”, watching the younger pretend she was writing Granny’s recipe down while Granny was doing the baking. First class mentoring.

Saturday, April 23, 2016

Three charged after Fort Macleod drugs and weapons bust (updated)

RCMP Alberta

Three women and two men face numerous charges after a Search Warrant was executed on a residence in Fort Macleod, Alberta on April 22, 2016.
  • 88 grams of powder Cocaine
  • 65 grams of crack Cocaine
  • 7 grams of Cannabis Marihuana
The total street value of the seized drugs is approximately $15,000.

Also seized were 2 rifles and 1 prohibited firearm, a machete and knife, as well as approximately $1000 in cash.

Friday, April 22, 2016

Celebrating 50 years of the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society

Historical Society volunteers in 1973
Front row (l-r): Gladys Taylor, Millie Cox, Laura Freebairn, Fred Huddlestun, A. L. (ScottyFreebairn, and Margaret Bastian. Back row: Myrtle Marcellus, Nellie Godfrey, Jean Tucker, Mabel Sykes (sister of Millie Cox), Carl Bastian and Earl Ward 

Farley Wuth, Curator, Kootenai Brown Pioneer Village

Community enthusiasts and local history buffs are encouraged to mark their calendars. This year – 2016 – marks the Golden Anniversary of the Pincher Creek and District Historical Society. Exciting opportunities abound over the next several months for our friends in the Pincher Creek area and tourists alike to recollect our recent chronologies and to participate in a series of community events honouring that milestone in local historical preservation. Stay tuned for our innovative plans and details.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Alberta CBSA cracks down on guns, immigration offences in March

380-calibre handgun and 24 prohibited magazines seized at Coutts on February 29
Alberta Canada Border Services Agency

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is pleased to share a sample of March highlights from its border crossings in southern Alberta:

On February 29, CBSA officers seized a prohibited .380-calibre pistol and 24 prohibited magazines from a traveller at the Coutts border crossing. Michael Bissonette, 47, of Georgia faces a total of 13 charges – eight under the Customs Act and five under the Criminal Code – and is scheduled to appear in Lethbridge Provincial Court on April 20.

Herky Cutler releases book on organizational fitness

Herky Cutler

Josh Davis - On April 12, 2016, Pincher Creek Municipal Library held a book release for Herky Cutler’s book on organizational performance 'Get F.I.T Go Far!'.  Cutler said he wrote the book, which is geared towards organizational leaders from CEOs to managers, in the library. Herky briefly explained what FIT stands for that evening. “The F is future, and that relates to what do organizations have to do now to prepare for the future. The I is identity, and that has to do with the organizations culture. And it is team, so what does an organization have to do to build its team?”

“Organizational fitness was what I want to speak about, and write about,” said Cutler. “And when I googled organizational there’s very few people that do it. In fact, if you google speakers on organizational fitness, I’m the only one that comes up.” Cutler said that he came up with the acronym and the three part structure later, in order to avoid confusion over the subject matter.

“One of the things that’s important, I think, is having a strategic plan,” said Cutler of the chapters related to planning for the future. He said that an easy way to test for an effective strategic plan is to ask employees what their mission is. If they aren’t able to answer the question, it is a sign of a poor strategic plan. Cutler said that these plans are often created in a way that not everybody has input and buy-in. “In fact, I’ve been in some school staffs, for example, where we’ve been pushed to come up with a mission statement that said certain things that the administration wanted it to say. When you’re pushing me, I automatically push back. So when the strategic plan came to be, I didn’t want to be a part of it.”

Cutler said that the identity section of the book is about corporate culture. “The identity part is how does an organization develop its culture, and its purpose, and how does it sell that, or explain it to its staff, and then how does it run itself around that purpose” said Cutler. “Every decision that’s made by the leader should relate to an organizations purpose. And every staff decision should relate to that purpose.” Cutler said that policies and procedure manuals are often too large to serve an organizations purpose, and that many of the most successful Fortune 500 companies do away with thick policy manuals for that reason. He also said that managing the five generations of workers in the modern workplace creates interesting issues for management when they try and treat every worker the same.

“Team is the most important part to me,” said Cutler. “When times are tough, what gets cut? Its things like team building, things like professional development. And for me, that’s the worst thing you can cut.” Cutler said that team building activities are crucial to develop morale, but that they should be fun activities that relate to the work taking place, and the skills used in the workplace. He said that when you have a team that works well together, likes each other, and understands each other’s strengths and weaknesses has better customer service. “What manager in their right mind wouldn’t want to spend time and money to help their team develop in that way?”

The self-published book is available online for paperback and e-reader.

MD of Pincher Creek council opposes the centralization of industrial property assessment

Josh Davis

On Tuesday April 12 MD of Pincher Creek No. 9 Director of Finance and Administration Matt Bonertz delivered a report to MD Council, supporting the position of the Alberta’s Assessors Association against the centralization of industrial property assessment. “The background is that the province initiated the Stakeholder Advisory Committee to look at the centralization of industrial assessment in the province,” explained Bonertz. “They came back suggesting that the industrial assessment be brought underneath the provinces wing again, rather than left in the hands of our private assessors. And the Alberta Assessors Association, along with a couple of municipalities, have sent letters in objecting to the findings of this committee, and suggesting that the assessment process stays as it is.”Bonertz said that he believes the current method of assessment is in the best interest of the MD, calling it more reactive to local needs and conditions, and more accommodating of ratepayer issues.

Derek Saretzky charged with first degree murder charge in death of Hanna Meketech

RCMP Alberta

Today, the RCMP can confirm that 23 year-old Derek Saretzky of Blairmore, Alberta has been charged with the first degree murder of Hanna Meketech.

The body of Hanna Meketech was discovered in her Coleman, Alberta residence during the evening of Wednesday, September 9, 2015. That same day, the RCMP launched a homicide investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of the 69-year-old woman. On September 11, 2015 the Calgary Medical Examiner's Office determined Hanna Meketech's death was the result of a homicide.

Crestview Highlights for March 2016

Greetings from the Residents at Crestview Lodge - March is the beginning of our fantastic outings for the year. We will be trying to take advantage of all the good weather we can during our adventures out and about. To start off, we visited the Frank Slide Interpretive Center, it was a small group but we had a great time. We were lucky to have a guide from the center show us about. The staff were so helpful answering all our questions and helping us in and out of our seats when we watched the movies. We were quite happy that we went before peak season for our trip, otherwise we may not have had the opportunity to have such great one on one assistance with the wonderful staff at the center. Big thanks to all the staff at Frank Slide Interpretive Center!

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

More record high temperatures in Alberta yesterday

Environment Canada 

An upper ridge of high pressure combined with southerly winds over most of Alberta has produced conditions favourable for record breaking warmth. Record breaking maximum temperatures will be possible for portions southern and central Alberta again on Tuesday. Temperature values are in degrees Celsius. 

New Monday April 18 maximum temperatures as of 6:00 pm MDT:

Monday, April 18, 2016

Rezoning approved for controversial multi-family residential area on Pincher Creek's north hill

Toni Lucas - Council for the Town of Pincher Creek held a public hearing on Monday, April 11, 2016 before their regular meeting. The hearing addressed Land Use Bylaw Amendment 1547-AA, the proposed rezoning of an area on Pincher Creek's north hill to allow for one area to become multi family residential housing. Second and third reading of the bylaw passed at a special meeting of council held the evening of April 18, 2016.

Hawks begin 2016 rugby season with big wins against Medicine Hat

Josh Davis

Pincher Creek's Senior (SV) and Junior (JV) Girls Hawks Rugby SQUADS hosted Medicine Hat for the first local game of the 2016 season at Sproule Field on the evening of April 23. Pouring rain and wind didn’t deter these ladies. The SV Hawks won their game 30-7, and the JV Hawks winning 32 – 0. In the SV game tries Taylor Wells scored two tries, with one each by Danika Staryzk, Leigh Erickson, Ashtyn Duncan and Rebecca Lowry. In the JV game Sarah Kirby scored three tries, with 1 try each scored by Grace Kirkness, Hayley Williams, Addy Halibert, and one convert scored by Somer Hagley. The Hawks are scheduled to play their next home game against Fort Macleod on April 21, again at Sproule field.

Personal safety initiative offered again to Pincher Creek youth

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Irvin Provost at Pincher Creek volunteer appreciation luncheon with safety books
The Group Group Youth Society of Pincher Creek is once again presenting an educational personal safety initiative to local youngsters. This will be the fourth time the organization has committed to bringing safety resources to area kids.

2016 Pincher Creek Come and Go Volunteer Luncheon draws a big crowd

Toni Lucas - The Municipal District of Pincher Creek No. 9 and the Town of Pincher Creek worked together to host the eighth annual Come and Go Volunteer Luncheon at the Pincher Creek Community Hall on Friday, April 15. The luncheon was open to all those who volunteer in our area and those who are curious about the many volunteer opportunities available. Over 260 volunteers flocked to the 11th annual luncheon, representing a diverse segment of our population.

Crestview Lodge well represented at event

What all the attendees had in common is a desire to help this community be a better place for themselves, their families, and others. Without people like this and all that they do, we would be reduced in almost every capacity of our existence as a community. There are volunteers out there supporting this community every moment of every day, in every aspect of human endeavor, from the mundane, to the most uplifting, to the most tragic and come from all walks of life.

Group Group Youth's Lynne Teneycke
Mayor Don Anderberg and Reeve Brian Hammond both addressed the crowd. They talked about how the dedication of individuals improve the quality of life for the overall community. Mayor Don Anderberg said he is often amazed at how much work goes into this community. "The impossible for us just takes us a while longer." 

Reeve Hammond explained how recognizing volunteerism started to recognize the efforts women were making on the home front during World War II. He suggested, "Imagine how different the community would be without the contributions made by volunteers."

2016 Lundbreck Senior Citizen of the Year Weldon Vickers

Lundbreck Citizens Council awarded two plaques to deserving members of the community: Weldon Vickers earned the 2016 Lundbreck Senior Citizen of the Year award. Vickers said "I just wanted to say, volunteering, I get more back than I put out. I see friends, do new things, and meet new people. That's what it's all about. Thank you very much. I really appreciate this very, very much." Lee Farough was awarded Lundbreck's Citizen of the Year plaque. However he could not attend the event itself.

Hosts from the Town and MD of Pincher Creek: Marie Everts, Rhonda Oczkowski, Adam Grose, Katrina Oczkowski, and Tara Cryderman

Booths lined the main floor representing a variety of organizations in the area. People were welcome to ask questions about what the organizations do, what their goals are, and what changes are coming up in this year.  The booths represented a number of diverse interests including: Communities In Bloom, Windsor Heritage Centre, Windy Slopes Health Foundation, Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce, Crestview Lodge, Lundbreck Gardner’s, Roaring Lions, Old Man Rose Society, First Student, Group Group Youth, Whispering Winds, Citizen on Patrol, Kootenai Brown Museum, Pincher Creek Municipal Library, Castle Crown Coalition, Pincher Creek Elks, Pincher Planters and Heritage Acres Farm Museum.

Happy Birthday Jackie Therriault
A spontaneous moment came about when Master of Ceremonies David Green announced local musical legend Jackie Therriault was celebrating her 85th Birthday the same day. Many in the room volunteered their voice joining in during an impromptu chorus of 'Happy Birthday'.

The event was well attended 
Jim Johnson, Town Councillors Jim Litkowski and Wayne Elliott, Rose Johnson
Irvin Provost (Group Group Youth)
Jen Crook and Chec for Vista Village
George Dowson and Ron Sekella (Citizens On Patrol)
Don Campbell and Betty Hepner  (Heritage Acres)
Monica Zwikstra (Lundbreck Gardeners)

AISC holds second annual Invasive Species Workshop

Weed identification with Nicole Kimmel of Alberta Agriculture and Forestry
Josh Davis

On April 15, 2016, the Alberta Invasive Species Council (AISC) held their second annual SW Invasive Species Workshop at the Heritage Inn in Pincher Creek. The workshop was presented by the Alberta Invasive Species Council in conjunction with a number of local Municipalities, the Government of Alberta, Parks Canada, and the Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen. The theme this year was Early Detection and Rapid Response. The idea is that if noxious foreign invasive species are detected early they can be contained or eliminated before the problem grows out of control.

Pincher Creek RCMP summary for the week of April 11-17, 2016

RCMP Pincher Creek

The following is an overview of the nature of the complaints that the Pincher Creek RCMP Detachment received for the period of April 11 - 17, 2016. Note that the summary indicates what was reported to the police and may not have been substantiated.

  • Total calls for service - 48
  • Domestic assault – 1
  • Break and Enter (commercial) - 2
  • Mischief (vandalism) - 5
  • Theft over $5000 - 1
  • Theft under $5000 - 4
  • Drugs - 2
  • Disturbing the Peace - 1
  • Driving complaints (general) - 2
  • MV Collisions - 4
  • Liquor offences - 7
  • Suspicious occurrences (general) - 1
  • Assistance to General Public (general) - 3
  • Assistance to other agencies - 2
  • False Alarms - 1
  • 911 calls (invalid) - 1
  • Municipal Bylaws (barking dogs / noise / OHV) – 3
  • Prisoners held – 13

PARTY Program promotes road safety to local grade nine students

Josh Davis
"What do you think is worse, a fine, or spending the rest of your life knowing you’re responsible for a friend’s death?”  - RCMP Corporal Jeff Feist
On Tuesday April 12 over 20 youth attended a Prevent Alcohol and Risk-related Trauma in Youth (PARTY) interactive seminar in Pincher Creek. The grade nine students started off the morning as Pincher Creek’s EMS/Fire Base, then moveD to the Pincher Creek Community Health Centre in the afternoon. First responders of all kinds, including firefighters, EMS, RCMP, and hospital workers volunteered their time to present on topics such as distracted driving, driving under the influence, and to demonstrate the tools and techniques they use when saving lives.

Canyon School holds Project Day

Toni Lucas

Canyon School held Project Day on Wednesday, April 13. Any student from kindergarten through grade six could choose a topic and make a project based on their interests. There were children who brought in collections they had made, science, math, and social experiments, ones who created game shows, language and music projects, arts and crafts, the list was endless. One of the organizers, Brenda White explained, "We left it open to them, to all areas of learning and it was their choice. This is what we have gotten, a big variety. It was open to their imagination."

Saturday, April 16, 2016

Re-setting relationships

Joyce Sasse, Spiritual Gleanings

While we were talking about how Canada’s Commission on Truth and Reconciliation touches us, our Zimbabwean minister related a story from South Africa.

At the “end” of apartheid, all South African citizens were invited to make confession of their involvement in racist activities.

One man, who worked for the Secret Service, killed another man because he was an activist. But it was actually because of the colour of the victim’s skin.

Axia announces takeover by private equity firm, expansion into Barnwell

Christian Davis - According to in a report dated March 9, 2016, the Axia NetMetmedia (TSX:AXX)board agreed to a $272-million takeover by Digital Connection (Canada) Corporation, which in turn essentially owned by private equity firm Partners Group. Axia operates the rural Alberta SuperNet and is involved in other similar ventures abroad. Partners Group is a global firm headquartered in Zug, Switzerland, and defines itself as "a global private markets investment manager that invests across private equity, private real estate, private infrastructure and private debt".

Axia has been soliciting interest for the possible installation of high speed fibre optic cables in Pincher Creek and other communities, most recently (April 13, 2016) announcing a fibre optic expansion to Barnwell, Alberta.

Friday, April 15, 2016

ASBA welcomes funding commitment in Budget 2016 for student enrolment growth

Alberta School Boards Association

The Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA) today welcomed the commitment in Budget 2016 to fund student enrolment growth in the province’s schools.  “It’s vitally important that funding be provided for every student enrolled in our public school system,” said ASBA President Helen Clease. “Investing in education now is an investment in our future. Alberta’s publicly-funded school boards are committed to providing the very best educational opportunities for students.”

Thursday, April 14, 2016

MP John Barlow on tabling of Doctor Assisted Dying legislation

  • "The Supreme Court of Canada has found the current Criminal Code prohibition on physician assisted dying to be constitutionally invalid."
John Barlow, Member of Parliament for Foothills

Official Opposition Deputy Critic for Employment, Workforce and Labour and Member of Parliament for Foothills, John Barlow, is encouraged to see the Liberal government's proposed Doctor Assisted Dying legislation encompasses a number of recommendations made by the Conservative Party. Key for Barlow is that the proposed legislation does not provide access for minors, does not compel physicians to participate in euthanasia, and creates some of the necessary safeguards to ensure the safety of those who are most vulnerable including those with mental health challenges.

Three B&Es to Pincher Creek gas stations, suspects sought by police

RCMP Pincher Creek

Pincher Creek, Alberta- Between April 10 and April 14, 2016  two businesses in Pincher Creek have been the victim of three break and enters. On Sunday April 10, 2016 the Esso located at 1058 Waterton Avenue was broken into sometime between the hours of 1:00 am and 3:30 am.

On Tuesday, April 12, 2016. the Esso was targeted for the second time. In both instances surveillance video shows what is believed to be the same two male suspects smashing the glass front door to gain entry then proceed to steal items from the display cases. Both suspects where wearing dark clothing, a ski mask and a bandana to cover their faces

On Thursday April 14, 2016 the North Hill Shell in Pincher Creek was the victim of a simular break and enter. Sometime in the early morning hours two males smashed the front door with a baseball bat then proceeded to steal items from several display cases. One suspect was wearing a light coloured ski mask, a dark jacket with two white stripes that ran down the arms. The second suspect wore a dark jacket, bandana, and a black hat with a white symbol on the front.

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