The Copithorne family ties to ranching, rodeo and the area of Cochrane date back to a time when John Copithorne’s great-great grandfather first settled in the Jumping Pound area in 1883.
As the sun rose each morning over their family ranch in Cochrane, Kenny Ullery woke to tend to the cattle with his father, as was done for three generations before him.
More than 90 candles lit Mitford Pond, Aug. 14, in memorial of three Cochrane teenagers who died in the past two months.
In a garage only a short drive outside of Cochrane, Chris Czech has been handcrafting Swampdonkey boutique guitar amplifiers for the past nine years.
A solitary church stands near a natural ford by the Bow River along Highway 1A between Cochrane and Morley. In its 140th year, the George McDougall Memorial United Church is a monument to what was once and a reflection to what has developed since.
In Codes, a Calgary band comprised of three former small town Alberta musicians, has been gaining wind in the Alberta music scene, even winning a grant to produce a video for their debut single “Stories.”
Midnight Taiko, a community group of Japanese drummers based out of Calgary, will be in Cochrane to perform during the Canada Day celebration.
Out of a small corner of his Cochrane home, Jake Hirsch, 40, has built the foundation for a lucrative podcasting career.