Pincher Creek Echo
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|Headquarters||Pincher Creek, Alberta|
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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