Cowboys and cowgirls showcased their ranching skills and bronc riding abilities during the annual Pincher Creek Cowboy Show on Father’s Day weekend. The event — the oldest running rodeo of its kind — attempts to preserve and celebrate western history while allowing ranchers to go head-to-head in healthy competitions that mimic some of their daily tasks on the farm. The experienced ranchers from 12 teams competed in events such as wild cow milking, team branding and roping.
The Beaver Mines Water and Wastewater Project is still awaiting further studies and grant funding before construction can begin. According to director of operations, Leo Reedyk, tenders for the water project that will bring water to the hamlet and continue through to Castle Mountain Resort are expected to be released by next month. During the regular meeting of the MD council on June 13, Reedyk told councillors that pre-qualification processes for contractors are set to close on Friday, June 26.
The Town of Pincher Creek and Recreation kicked off the bike season with an open contest for riders of all ages at the Bike Jam on June 9. The music was pounding as riders of all experience levels were cruising around the skate park on their bicycles in between events. Kiera Greenly, Rec staff and the MC of the event, announced that timed trials would commence and the crowd shuffled to the moguled course. Age categories lapped the course in hopes to beat the best times to snag some prizes.
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