Pincher Creek Echo
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|Headquarters||Pincher Creek, Alberta|
The Echo is the paper of record for Pincher Creek.
The newspaper was founded in 1900 by publisher E.T. Saunders as the Rocky Mountain Echo.
After the Fort Macleod Gazette, the Echo is the second oldest surviving newspaper in Alberta.
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