April 19, 2000. It’s been a long winter. This day has beckoned, tantalizingly, for months. Now, finally, it’s the first fishing trip of the season. Keeping to tradition, which is so important for those of us for whom fishing is a life-defining passion, my destination is the Crowsnest River, a pretty, meandering stream that weaves… Read more »
My life is composed of many busy and fulfilling roles, including but not limited to: husband to Karen,
father to Chelsea and Sarah, High River town councillor, former SAIT Journalism instructor, writer, editor, journalist, book author and all-round outdoors enthusiast.
2 days ago
An important PSA from the Town of High River about the new measures in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19, including mandatory masking for all residents.The Province has declared a Public Health Emergency with new and expanded restrictions designed to limit the spread of COVID-19. Under Public Health Order 38-2020, the Province has mandated that face masks are now required for all public spaces in the Calgary area. This includes all public buildings and workplaces in the Town of High River, including all Town facilities.
Face Masks are now required at all Town facilities. Town Hall remains open. The Bob Snodgrass Recreation Centre is open ONLY for people using the Walking Track - face masks are required. Please visit the Alberta website to read and follow these mandatory public health orders: www.alberta.ca/covid-19-orders-and-legislation.aspx#toc-0
Read more: highriver.ca/news/public-health-emergency
Civil dialogue please: No matter what your beliefs, we ask that people keep comments respectful and on topic on the Town's official Facebook page. Please show kindness and consideration in true High River community spirit, both in the public and online. If comments on this post become abusive, off topic, or disrespectful, they will be removed. We will also remove all links/pictures (memes) in this comment section. Thank you. ...
Please have your say on future growth in the Calgary region, including High River.
The deadline is Friday.How can our region grow to meet future needs for things like land use, water & infrastructure? #HighRiver residents, business owners & developers share your opinions with the Calgary Regional Municipal Board. Survey link: calgarymetroregion.ca. More info bit.ly/35XF5H6 ...
Jen Handley, Mayor of Nanton penned a very impassioned and compassionate post that resonated with me and, I suspect, many other municipal elected officials.
Thank you, Jen for expressing so well what many of us are feeling every day.
We will get through this together. ...