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Tyler Klinkhammer

Recent Work by Tyler

London-based author's book details grandfather's time in Cochrane

London-based author's book details grandfather's time in Cochrane

“Some times he was a little gung-ho with the truth and a bit of fake news crept in. Once he was describing a meeting where the ranchers were discussing irrigation and he said ‘the chair was occupied to overflowing by this rather rotund gentleman.’ After that point, the chairman, whoever it was, was after him.”
COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Feb. 25

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Feb. 25

What's happening in Cochrane this week: The Cochrane and Area Humane Society is in need for toy and food donations for dogs, the Town of Cochrane is hosting a virtual job fair, and the Tim Bannister Memorial Rink has closed to the public due to the spell of warm weather.
Cochrane luge athlete recruited by Team Canada

Cochrane luge athlete recruited by Team Canada

Fourteen-year-old Bastian van Wouw has just returned home from his first experience with Team Canada's NextGen Luge team at Whistler, B.C.
Meteor lights up Cochrane sky

Meteor lights up Cochrane sky

“They definitely don’t come along very often, these moments.”
Cochrane's fitness facilities weigh the costs of operating in COVID-19

Cochrane's fitness facilities weigh the costs of operating in COVID-19

Many fitness facilities are struggling to operate within the current provincial restrictions, but sound optimistic about the future of the industry.
Cochrane Minor Football opens registration for 2021

Cochrane Minor Football opens registration for 2021

“Having been a coach for over 20 years, I’ve seen the benefits of team play. I think it’s so important to have that support network outside of school."
Cochrane Minor Ball to install AEDs at several parks

Cochrane Minor Ball to install AEDs at several parks

Cochrane Minor Ball will be installing Automated External Defibrillators at five baseball diamonds around Cochrane after receiving the Capital Reinvestment Grant from the Bow RiversEdge Campground Society.
COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Feb. 18

COCHRANE IN BRIEF, Feb. 18

What's happening in Cochrane this week: The Town has issued a warning regarding hazardous conditions on the Bow, the Cochrane Ecological Institute is hosting a free webinar to discuss grizzly bear rehabilitation and local producers are coming together to spread the word about community supported agriculture.
Cobras coaches honoured for keeping football alive at Cochrane High

Cobras coaches honoured for keeping football alive at Cochrane High

“I felt like we owed something to that senior group of athletes. Those are guys that have won two provincial championships, we’ve had those guys for two off seasons, we’ve had them for two full seasons. I just felt like if I was in that position as an athlete, I would hope that my coaches would be able to give like we were able to.”
Cochrane track star accepts offer from St. Francis Xavier University

Cochrane track star accepts offer from St. Francis Xavier University

“It’s like a dream come true for me. Ever since I started running it’s been my goal and my family’s that I would run somewhere for a university. Just to be able to do that, all my hard work is paying off."