Pincher Creek Echo

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Pincher Creek Echo
Type Weekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Postmedia
Publisher Roxanne Mackintosh
Editor Caitlin Clow
Founded 1900
Headquarters Pincher Creek, Alberta
Circulation 1,240

The Pincher Creek Echo is a weekly newspaper serving the Pincher Creek, Alberta area, including the communities of Cowley, the Piikani Indian Reserve and Waterton Lakes National Park.

The newspaper was founded in 1900 by publisher E.T. Saunders as the Rocky Mountain Echo.

The Echo is the paper of record for Pincher Creek.

After the Fort Macleod Gazette, the Echo is the second oldest surviving newspaper in Alberta.

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