Canada - Lethbridge Herald
Sunday - 14th October, 2018
U of L grads celebrate
The University of Lethbridge has sent off a new set of students graduating in the fall ceremony of t...
Saturday - 13th October, 2018
Historic High Level Bridge a magnet for graffiti
As one of the world’s largest bridges, Lethbridge’s famous Canadian Pacific Viaduct draws lots o...
Friday - 12th October, 2018
Logan’s legacy to benefit KidSport
Logan Boulet always gave. Thanks to the Logan Boulet Fund, that trend will continue for years to com...
Thursday - 11th October, 2018
Drug house shut down
A known drug house which had kept neighbours on edge for much of the last year has finally been shut...
Wednesday - 10th October, 2018
Morning walkers around Henderson Lake were greeted with crisp air, a quiet environment and fresh sno...
Tuesday - 9th October, 2018
Corn maze hosts annual fundraiser
The Lethbridge Corn Maze invited families and friends to the fields to raise money for a local organ...
Sunday - 7th October, 2018
CITY DRIVERS BEWARE:
Installation of new traffic lights on Scenic Drive South is one of several improvements the City of ...
Saturday - 6th October, 2018
SCS staff on front line of city drug crisis
In May this year, about three hours into a shadow shift he was doing prior to being hired at the cit...
Friday - 5th October, 2018
SISTERS IN SPIRIT LIGHT THE NIGHT
Participants are lit by the glow of candles during the annual Sisters in Spirit Vigil Thursday night...
Thursday - 4th October, 2018
Canes’ Cup bid falls short
It wasn’t the news the Lethbridge Hurricanes were hoping to hear. The Hurricanes’ bid t...
Wednesday - 3rd October, 2018
DOG DAYS OF WINTER
Ariel Comstock walks along with her dog Rasta, a Hungarian Puli, bounding along a snow-lined path Tu...
Tuesday - 2nd October, 2018
Those on the front lines put opioid misconceptions to rest
The beginning of a multi-phase effort to address the drug crisis and surrounding spinoff crime got u...
Monday - 1st October, 2018
Run for the Cure raises funds, awareness for breast cancer
In Canada, one in eight women, and one in 31 men, will be diagnosed breast cancer, with more than 26...
Sunday - 30th September, 2018
Pumpkin festival helps achieve wishes
Green Haven Garden Centre opened up the gates Saturday afternoon to welcome families to the grounds ...
Saturday - 29th September, 2018
March with a message salutes people with disabilities
Role models from Lethbridge and beyond were cited Friday, leading off a downtown “march with a mes...
Friday - 28th September, 2018
WALKIN’ IN THE RAIN
Arianna Richardson and her three-year-old son Franz Ackerman walk hand-in-hand under an umbrella on ...
Thursday - 27th September, 2018
Cooler temperatures continue to dominate
Whatever happened to Indian summer? After enjoying just a few months of warm weather, Alber...
Wednesday - 26th September, 2018
Alberta set to battle Bill C-69
Alberta cabinet ministers are heading to Ottawa to push for changes to federal legislation that woul...
Tuesday - 25th September, 2018
WENT TO A GARBAGE PARTY ...
Arianna Richardson is shown Monday afternoon with her Garbage Party project which allows people to s...
Monday - 24th September, 2018
Gem of the south
When Rene Trudel, operational field manager of Korite International, looks down from top of the hill...
Sunday - 23rd September, 2018
Tornado leaves Ottawa in the dark
Parts of Canada’s national capital were still reeling Saturday after a powerful tornado carved pat...
Saturday - 22nd September, 2018
Men take steps in battle against domestic violence
About 80 walkers came out to the YWCA’s Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event at the Galt Gardens Friday ...
Friday - 21st September, 2018
U of L takes a ‘SHINE’to fundraising
The University of Lethbridge publicly launched the largest fundraising drive in its history on Thurs...
Thursday - 20th September, 2018
U of L ready for ‘higher’ learning
With less than one month before legalization, students at the University of Lethbridge have learned ...
Wednesday - 19th September, 2018
New West asks City for rental waiver for Yates
The Yates Memorial Centre has finally reopened to the public. But there is still work being...
Tuesday - 18th September, 2018
Chance for public to speak up
The public will soon have their voices heard by city council in relation to the ongoing drug crisis ...
Monday - 17th September, 2018
Terry Fox legacy continues to grow
For the past 37 years, people across Canada run together to work toward creating a world without can...
Sunday - 16th September, 2018
Second college Coulee Fest attracts a large crowd
Lethbridge College opened its campus to the community on Saturday to celebrate the new school year, ...
Saturday - 15th September, 2018
New city school officially opens
Senator Joyce Fairbairn Middle School officially opened with great fanfare in west Lethbridge on Fri...
Friday - 14th September, 2018
Juan Gonzalez pulls up on the reins at the end of a morning gallop with Rockport Lady on the track T...
Thursday - 13th September, 2018
The beet goes on Pre-pile harvest begins for local sugar beet growers
Limited sugar beet harvesting is set to begin today. Pre-pile harvest is set to begin before the ful...
Wednesday - 12th September, 2018
Honouring the fallen
Along the road from Lethbridge Fire Department Headquarters, people stopped to watch a solemn parade...
Tuesday - 11th September, 2018
Police chief recommends ‘The Watch’ program to help cope with opioid crisis
Lethbridge police could have a new set of eyes on the streets as early as next summer in an effort t...
Monday - 10th September, 2018
University welcomes new faces with Fresh Fest
The University of Lethbridge Students’ Union (ULSU) annual Fresh Fest event took over the campus o...
Sunday - 9th September, 2018
Lethbridge ALS Walk one of the largest in the province
People from around southern Alberta gathered at Henderson Lake Saturday morning to bring awareness a...
Saturday - 8th September, 2018
Train derailment closes part of highway
A early morning train derailment east of Coaldale closed a westbound lane of Highway 3 for hours as ...
Friday - 7th September, 2018
Yates renovations near completion
When the project is complete, southern Albertans will enjoy a sleek, modern theatre facility. But al...
Thursday - 6th September, 2018
Municipal Gov’t Act changes could speed Hwy. 3 twinning
Changes to the Municipal Government Act could be just what municipalities need along the Highway 3 c...
Wednesday - 5th September, 2018
Tim Hortons seizes four city franchisee’s locations
The parent company of Tim Hortons seized the restaurants of the head of an unsanctioned franchisee g...
Tuesday - 4th September, 2018
Fatal hitand-run investigated
Coaldale RCMP responded to a call just before 5 a.m. Sunday of a pedestrian being struck by a vehicl...
Sunday - 2nd September, 2018
Friendships endure with SwissAir disaster sorrow
Photographs of a cherubic toddler and bright-eyed young woman sit atop Bob Conrad’s well-worn pian...
Saturday - 1st September, 2018
Lethbridge a mecca for pot lovers
Southern Albertans may soon have an additional reason to shop in Lethbridge. At least 32 bu...
Friday - 31st August, 2018
Mauro defends council absences
Coun. Joe Mauro has missed more than one-third of city council meetings held since the beginning of ...
Thursday - 30th August, 2018
Going to new heights to help make wishes come true
Thirty brave souls stepped off the edge of the Lethbridge Centre tower Wednesday for a good cause.&a...
Wednesday - 29th August, 2018
Canada re-enters trade talks
Canada and the U.S. agreed Tuesday that one of NAFTA’s most significant hurdles — defining the c...
Tuesday - 28th August, 2018
Evacuation alert lifted for Waterton
An evacuation alert in place at Waterton Lakes National Park has been lifted due to rain in the area...
Monday - 27th August, 2018
Festival survives smoky week
The 2018 Whoop-Up Days Family Festival, hosted by Exhibition Park, came to a finish following the la...
Sunday - 26th August, 2018
Scheer closes abortion debate
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer reiterated his pledge not to reopen the abortion debate, hours bef...
Saturday - 25th August, 2018
‘Here we go again’
“Imade it to Waterton yesterday,” said Michael Montalvo, a Houston man who has been hiking the C...
Friday - 24th August, 2018
The Max factor
Maxime Bernier declared open war on his own party Thursday as the outspoken and controversial Conser...
Thursday - 23rd August, 2018
TSN documenting self less decision by Logan Bou let
Following the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash which killed 16 people in April, TSN is filming a do...
Wednesday - 22nd August, 2018
Parade kicks off Whoop-Up Days
As far as weather goes, Whoop-Up Days organizers are one-for-one. As floats lined up Tuesda...
Tuesday - 21st August, 2018
City backs local bid to host Memorial Cup
Agroup trying to bring the biggest junior hockey tournament in the country to Lethbridge is now $1 m...
Monday - 20th August, 2018
Getting ready to whoop it up
Whoop-Up Days is ready to kick off for another year in Lethbridge for a week full of entertainment, ...
Sunday - 19th August, 2018
Thousands mourns lain police officers
Last Friday’s tragedy still hangs over the New Brunswick capital after a regimental funeral was he...
Saturday - 18th August, 2018
Tax system favours rich, suggests poll
Arecent unionsponsored survey suggests an overwhelming majority of federal government auditors belie...
Friday - 17th August, 2018
PM confirms new holiday
The federal government will move forward to create a statutory holiday dedicated to reconciliation w...
Thursday - 16th August, 2018
Smoke gets in your eyes
While forest fires are raging far from Lethbridge, southern Albertans are feeling the impact.&nb...
Wednesday - 15th August, 2018
New funding plan for transit
The new provincial funding model for green transit will try to do more with less with a focus on reg...
Tuesday - 14th August, 2018
VandenBerg crowned Miss Earth Canada
A local woman is set to put Lethbridge on an international stage after being crowned Miss Earth Cana...
Monday - 13th August, 2018
Kids ’n Kops a valuable program
Some children waiting for their Big Brothers and Big Sisters mentors had an opportunity to spend som...
Sunday - 12th August, 2018
From the oven to the smoker
A change in the wind overnight brought thick smoke into southwestern Alberta Saturday from wildfires...
Saturday - 11th August, 2018
Hottest day ever
So, Lethbridge, how about this heat? The current heat wave across southern Alberta went out...
Friday - 10th August, 2018
Lethbridge is packing heat
Today’s forecast high by Environment Canada of 39 C would set a new city temperature record for Au...
Thursday - 9th August, 2018
U of Lin a race to deep space
If all goes well in the next few years a little piece of University of Lethbridge technology could b...
Wednesday - 8th August, 2018
Kenow wild fire uncovers ancient history in Water ton National Park
A team of archeologists in Waterton Lakes National Park are in a race against time as vegetation gro...
Tuesday - 7th August, 2018
Heritage Day at the Enmax Centre Monday offered a delightful panorama of many of the cultures which ...
Monday - 6th August, 2018
Reason to celebrate
Brocket-The Piikani Nation 61st annual Celebration Powwow came to a successful conclusion Sunday, wi...
Sunday - 5th August, 2018
Quelch still going strong
Lethbridge resident Jean Quelch celebrated her 108th birthday with family and friends at St. Michael...
Saturday - 4th August, 2018
Const. Braylon Hyggen and Police Service Dog Myke search for evidence along a back alleyway as Lethb...
Friday - 3rd August, 2018
Piikani bestow Blackfoot honour on Alta. minister
The Children’s Services Minster of Alberta was honoured with a Blackfoot name at the Piikani First...
Thursday - 2nd August, 2018
Senior hunters get discount
It started as a suggestion from a Lethbridge voter: Why not give seniors a break on their hunting li...
Wednesday - 1st August, 2018
Consumption site concerns in the Hat
Alocation for the Medicine Hat supervised consumption site has not been made public but those who be...
Tuesday - 31st July, 2018
Rail cars derail south of city
No injuries were reported and there was no risk to the public after about a dozen train cars carryin...
Monday - 30th July, 2018
Corn maze open for season
The Lethbridge Corn Maze opened for another year of family fun and delightful confusion Friday.&...
Sunday - 29th July, 2018
UP, UP AND AWAY
A hot air balloon is framed between trees at Nicholas Sheran Park in West Lethbridge Saturday mornin...
Friday - 27th July, 2018
Legacy for all to enjoy
“You didn't just create a park, you created a legacy to hand down to generations of Albert...
Thursday - 26th July, 2018
Alberta adds rural bus service between Le th bridge, Medicine Hat
Daily bus service from Lethbridge to Medicine Hat, abandoned by Greyhound, will resume this fall as ...
Wednesday - 25th July, 2018
Tensions boil over in email
An email exchange from April between Lethbridge Mayor Chris Spearman and Coun. Joe Mauro, where name...
Tuesday - 24th July, 2018
Needle resolution defeated
The most divisive issue of recent history and memory in the city of Lethbridge will continue. And it...
Monday - 23rd July, 2018
Reserve land battle headed to court
Adispute between two families over land on Canada’s largest reserve is heading to court in part to...
Sunday - 22nd July, 2018
Trucking industry driving for change
Trucking could be considered the lifeblood of the economy. Without semi-trailers delivering everythi...
Saturday - 21st July, 2018
Fecal contamination puts damper on pool time
Swimming in one of Lethbridge’s many public pools is a popular attraction in the summertime for a ...
Friday - 20th July, 2018
Firerazes Barons landmark
No injuries were reported but, even with numerous fire departments and some neighbouring colonies as...
Thursday - 19th July, 2018
Syringe found in Siwik pool causes concern for parent
A discarded syringe discovered in Stan Siwik Pool forced the closure of the facility for about an ho...
Wednesday - 18th July, 2018
AHS reminds people to take precautions to avoid heat stroke
As summer temperatures rise, so do the risks of sunburn and heat stroke. So Alberta Health ...
Tuesday - 17th July, 2018
New city manager brings impressive resume to position
Former federal and provincial government official Bramwell Strain is the new city manager. ...
Monday - 16th July, 2018
Local Croatians proud of country’s effort in World Cup
Thirty years ago Croatia as we know it today did not exist. The budding nation was mired in a deadly...
Sunday - 15th July, 2018
Garden celebrates 51st year
Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden celebrated its 51st year not with fireworks, but with the elegant, gracef...
Saturday - 14th July, 2018
Federal agency rebrand cut one word for 24K
The federal Liberal government embarked on an exhaustive creative process and spent $24,000 to hire ...
Friday - 13th July, 2018
Dive search ends for missing boy
Both Lethbridge Police and Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services continue to investigate the presum...
Thursday - 12th July, 2018
No food foryou
As downtown population density increases, so too does the demand for more grocery options in the dow...
Wednesday - 11th July, 2018
Hyggen tired of delays
Aresolution to stop needles from leaving the supervised consumption site was delayed for two weeks a...
Tuesday - 10th July, 2018
No easy answer for opioids
Close to 200 people attended a public meeting held by the City in order to learn more about the opio...
Monday - 9th July, 2018
Transit terminal over budget
City Council will be looking at funding options for a portion of the City’s new transit terminal p...
Sunday - 8th July, 2018
Daredevil to attempt Caesars Palace fountain jump
Fifty years after Evel Knievel so famously wiped out trying to jump the fountain at Caesars Palace i...
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