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Saturday - 24th June, 2017
Crown concludes its case in Saretzky triple-murder trial
The trial for a Blairmore man accused of killing three people, including a toddler, adjourned shortl...
Friday - 23rd June, 2017
Kainai Board of Education demanding action after racial slur
Members of the Kainai Board of Education have filed a formal letter of protest against an Alberta He...
Thursday - 22nd June, 2017
Mother of young murder victim testifies
Cheyenne Dunbar was once friends with the man who now stands accused of killing her only child, juro...
Wednesday - 21st June, 2017
Rural firepit focus of trial testimony
Day 10 of the Derek Saretzky triple-murder trial focused on the contents of a rural firepit where Ha...
Tuesday - 20th June, 2017
Need key information in a disaster? There’s no app for that
A study that analyzed nearly 70,000 tweets sent in the thick of the Fort McMurray wildfire shows sma...
Monday - 19th June, 2017
Pinnacle Park an upgrade in fun
Children from Coaldale Christian School flooded Pinnacle Park Playground during its official grand o...
Sunday - 18th June, 2017
Judge declares mistrial in Bill Cosby sex assault trial
Bill Cosby’s trial on sexual assault charges ended in a mistrial Saturday after jurors failed to r...
Saturday - 17th June, 2017
Students’ visit with Bon Jovi makes TODAY
Students at École Agnes Davidson Elementary School are enjoying their newfound fame after t...
Friday - 16th June, 2017
Pride Fest won’t be deterred after second vandalism of crosswalk
Vandals have struck again only two days after skid marks appeared across the transgender and rainbow...
Thursday - 15th June, 2017
Bon Jovi answers students’ prayers
Rock star Jon Bon Jovi helped students at École Agnes Davidson Elementary School “Make a ...
Wednesday - 14th June, 2017
‘He told me she was in heaven’
“He told me she was in heaven.” Words from a visibly emotional Larry Saretzky in a Leth...
Tuesday - 13th June, 2017
The Lethbridge College Community Crew takes to the water as practices are officially underway in pre...
Monday - 12th June, 2017
CELEBRATING GARDEN DAYS
Members of the Lethbridge and District Horticultural Society organized a few events to celebrate Gar...
Sunday - 11th June, 2017
CHANGING OF THE GUARD
Lethbridge skies were filled with the roar of howitzers Saturday morning as the 20th Independent Fie...
Saturday - 10th June, 2017
Murder suspect’s grandfather testifies
Hanne Meketech may have had a large inheritance she kept in her home because she did not trust banks...
Friday - 9th June, 2017
Historic crossroad for Lethbridge
Lethbridge has become the first city in the world to paint a transgender flag crosswalk on a street....
Thursday - 8th June, 2017
Graphic testimony opens Saretzky trial
The trial of a Blairmore man accused of three murders is underway in Lethbridge. Derek Saretzky ente...
Wednesday - 7th June, 2017
A genuine role model
He may have a role in a major blockbuster movie, but the Blood Tribe’s Eugene Brave Rock most cher...
Tuesday - 6th June, 2017
High-tech greenhouse to grow Magrath economy
Anew greenhouse facility which recently broke ground in Magrath might seem like science fiction, but...
Monday - 5th June, 2017
Feeding the hungry has been a calling for Crittenden
From a young age, Joyce Crittenden has been drawn to look after the underdog. Growing up on a farm i...
Sunday - 4th June, 2017
CARNAGE IN COALDALE
Coaldale Carnage Smash and Splash Demolition Derby and Mud Bog is holding its eighth annual event th...
Saturday - 3rd June, 2017
Work remains to bridge cultures
The chair of a local organization that battles racism and discrimination says a recent high school g...
Friday - 2nd June, 2017
Public urged to focus on water safety
The City of Lethbridge is asking local residents to be mindful of water safety this spring and summe...
Thursday - 1st June, 2017
Canada remains committed to Paris climate accord
As the U.S. flirts with fleeing the Paris climate-change accord, Canada is aligning itself with the ...
Wednesday - 31st May, 2017
New life for old playground
The city’s oldest playground is being replaced with help from a large enhancement grant through th...
Tuesday - 30th May, 2017
NDP, Green to form B.C. gov’t
Adeal has been reached that paves the way for the NDP to form a minority government in British Colum...
Monday - 29th May, 2017
Comic book tells story of RCMP
RCMP around the province are getting a special keepsake reminder of the history of their organizatio...
Sunday - 28th May, 2017
G7 agrees to fight unfair trade practices
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau came out of the G7 summit Saturday calling it a success, even though t...
Saturday - 27th May, 2017
Green carnival sparks enthusiasm
Clean technology, renewable energy and midway rides. Yes, they can go together say organize...
Friday - 26th May, 2017
Jury selected for triple murder trial
Ajury has been selected for the trial of a man accused of killing three people in 2015. Whi...
Thursday - 25th May, 2017
Man taken into custody after westside standoff
One man is in custody after a multi-hour standoff with police on the westside Wednesday afternoon.&a...
Wednesday - 24th May, 2017
Council gives CIP OK
Lethbridge City Council has officially approved the projects to be included in the 2018-27 Capital I...
Tuesday - 23rd May, 2017
Near perfect weather greets campers for long weekend
Southern Alberta campers were able to soak up the sun and avoid the rain over the May Long weekend.&...
Sunday - 21st May, 2017
Federal workers banned from online snooping
Federal workers whose job it is to determine whether someone is eligible for employment, disability ...
Saturday - 20th May, 2017
Performing arts centre planning, guns, golf included in CIP draft
After five days of debating, amending and debating some more, Finance Committee has wrapped up delib...
Friday - 19th May, 2017
Westside firehall included in CIP draft
Lethbridge will not get its first ever Cycle Escalator alongside Whoop-Up Drive. The $3.35-million p...
Thursday - 18th May, 2017
Alberta to amend carbon tax rebate rules
Alberta is bringing in new rules to make amends to 4,400 families who lost a loved one and were orde...
Wednesday - 17th May, 2017
One injured in highway crash
One man was taken to hospital with serious injuries after Coaldale RCMP, Lethbridge Integrated Traff...
Tuesday - 16th May, 2017
Trespass bylaw clarified
Unless you’re a Blood tribal member, a new bylaw in effect will require you to have an entry or re...
Monday - 15th May, 2017
Fort Whoop-Up centre ready for ‘17 season
The actual original Fort dates much farther back, to 1869. But the re-created Fort Whoop-Up...
Sunday - 14th May, 2017
2017 Asian Heritage Festival celebrates diversity of cultures
Asian groups from around the city came together over the weekend to celebrate their different cultur...
Saturday - 13th May, 2017
Mussel season opens in Alberta
The provincial fight to keep invasive mussels out of Alberta started for the season on Friday.&n...
Friday - 12th May, 2017
SOWING THE SEEDS OF CHARITY
Albert Hofer helps fill a truck with nitrogen fertilizer prior to seeding a crop of barley just east...
Thursday - 11th May, 2017
Don’t be alarmed by rattler population
It’s spring, and that means the city’s snake population is becoming active again. Ken M...
Wednesday - 10th May, 2017
Tourism groups to become Lethbridge Destination Management Organization
Lethbridge City Council approved the next steps to combine three existing tourism organizations into...
Tuesday - 9th May, 2017
Freihaut taken into custody
ACalgary woman accused of killing her elderly mother in Lethbridge early last year has been placed i...
Monday - 8th May, 2017
Jane’s Ride gains momentum
A “small, but mighty” group of cyclists braved chilly, wet weather for the second annual Jane’...
Sunday - 7th May, 2017
TEDDY BEARS ON WHEELS
The Southern Alberta Bikers motorcycle awareness and teddy bear parade works its way down Scenic Dri...
Saturday - 6th May, 2017
WANT TO PET THE PYTHON?
Caitlin Wood shows Monty the ball python to Lisa Dyck and her son Noah, and Alana Moors and her gran...
Friday - 5th May, 2017
Alta. NDP at halfway mark in term
Premier Rachel Notley and her NDP hit the halfway point of their term today, riding an orange wave o...
Thursday - 4th May, 2017
Blanford Stewart, on race horse Cleared to Victory, and Sylvia Speaks, on pony horse Tie, come back ...
Wednesday - 3rd May, 2017
City taking hosting to new heights
The City of Lethbridge is jumping for joy as it has been selected to host another major national spo...
Tuesday - 2nd May, 2017
Livingstone Range students get early start on university
The students have a week to resolve some of southern Alberta’s water resource issues. If ...
Monday - 1st May, 2017
Liberals back down on House of Commons reform
The Trudeau government is backing down from some of its most controversial proposals for reforming t...
Sunday - 30th April, 2017
Life back on track for Fort McMurray fire victims
It’s been a busy year for Elise Phillippo and her husband Brandon. They got hitched, boug...
Saturday - 29th April, 2017
Deep underneath the concourse, staff members scurry around manoeuvring floor boards, glass, chairs a...
Friday - 28th April, 2017
Church battle headed to the top court in Rome
The Save Our Churches Association won’t go down without a fight. During Sunday’s annual general ...
Wednesday - 26th April, 2017
City reaps economic benefits from world seniors, mixed doubles curling
The World Seniors and Mixed Doubles Curling Championships are well underway at the ATB Centre in Let...
Monday - 24th April, 2017
Debbie Zeller, left, and Amber MacKinnon browse through a photo book, while Hannah Irwin models a we...
Sunday - 23rd April, 2017
Murdered boy remembered
Members of the Lethbridge Chapter of Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A) were joined by the public ...
Friday - 21st April, 2017
Cloud lifts over pot users
There was a cloud of smoke at Galt Gardens Thursday as hundreds gathered to smoke marijuana during t...
Thursday - 20th April, 2017
Benefits of post-season hockey
While five Canadian NHL teams and our own Lethbridge Hurricanes are scoring goals on the ice during ...
Tuesday - 18th April, 2017
Connor Lyons helps load up the bus before the Lethbridge Hurricanes hit the road Monday as they get ...
Monday - 17th April, 2017
Semi destroyed in train collision
A semi tractor trailor was ripped in half after colliding with a train just before noon on Sunday. I...
Saturday - 15th April, 2017
N. Korea won’t back down
President Donald Trump’s tweets are adding fuel to a “vicious cycle” of tensions on the Korean...
Thursday - 13th April, 2017
Students ‘Keep the Faith’
They may be “Livin’ on a Prayer,” but a Grade 4/5 class at École Agnes Davidson Schoo...
Wednesday - 12th April, 2017
Curbing emissions in cattle feedlots
Albertans love their beef. But families who live near feedlots may not be quite as enthusiastic. Wha...
Tuesday - 11th April, 2017
Local dragonboat teams heading to World Masters Games in New Zealand
Two local dragonboat teams are preparing to compete in the World Masters Games set for April 21-30 i...
Sunday - 9th April, 2017
Friday - 7th April, 2017
OHV users downplay concerns
Off-road vehicle owners are downplaying Alberta scientists’ warnings about protecting the habitat ...
Thursday - 6th April, 2017
Restaurant with a view part of SAAG expansion plans
Imagine enjoying a bite to eat with a view of Galt Gardens Park, then taking in an art exhibit at th...
Wednesday - 5th April, 2017
88 seized dogs transferred to Calgary
Eighty-eight of the more than 100 dogs seized from a west Lethbridge home more than a week ago have ...
Monday - 3rd April, 2017
Where the wild things are
Anew project is underway to learn about urban wildlife in Lethbridge and residents’ attitudes towa...
Saturday - 1st April, 2017
Destination Project on budget, on time
With nearly 350 workers expected on site, the Destination Project at the University of Lethbridge is...
Friday - 31st March, 2017
Internal injuries led to death, court told
Anumber of serious internal injuries had a cumulative effect that led to the death of Brittany Medic...
Wednesday - 29th March, 2017
Chamber proposes multi-use facility
The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce hopes city council will believe in their vision for a future mult...
Tuesday - 28th March, 2017
FOCUSING ON THEIR PERFORMANCE
Adjudicator Carrie Taylor, alongside conductor Josh Sherwood, works with the Magrath Elementary Choi...
Sunday - 26th March, 2017
Peacekeeping mission a possibility
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is not ruling out sending troops to a peacekeeping mission this year, ...
Saturday - 25th March, 2017
Canes ready for next step
For the second consecutive spring, hockey playoff fever is getting ready to grip Lethbridge. Followi...
Wednesday - 22nd March, 2017
Different keys to a long life
On Tuesday, Columbia Assisted Living celebrated the birthday of not one, but two centenarians.&n...
Monday - 20th March, 2017
Protesters concerned by Islamophobia motion
About one dozen people gathered at City Hall on Sunday to protest the nonbinding Motion 103, which c...
Sunday - 19th March, 2017
Rock legend Chuck Berry dead
Chuck Berry, rock ‘n’ roll’s founding guitar hero and storyteller who defined the music’s jo...
Friday - 17th March, 2017
Lethbridge fares well in budget
Affordable housing and industrial expansion initiatives in Lethbridge have won support from the prov...
Thursday - 16th March, 2017
Lots of interest from employers, job seekers at job fair
Local businesses and job seekers came together on Wednesday for an annual job and career fair presen...
Tuesday - 14th March, 2017
Council hears proposal to revamp Galt Gardens
Amaster plan to redevelop the City of Lethbridge’s oldest park — Galt Gardens — has been plant...
Monday - 13th March, 2017
Warm feeling of satisfaction
Five frozen firefighters descended from the roof of Hudson’s Tap House on Sunday with warmth in th...
Saturday - 11th March, 2017
South Country eyeing modern addictions facility
More than 10,000 southern Albertans have gained a new lease on life there, over the last 40 years. I...
Friday - 10th March, 2017
Judge reserves decision in toddler death
Alawyer for parents convicted in the meningitis death of their toddler says the trial judge allowed ...
Wednesday - 8th March, 2017
‘Time is running out’
The son of noted American civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., brought his father’s messag...
Tuesday - 7th March, 2017
U of L receives special honour to begin Native Awareness Week
The University of Lethbridge received a special honour on Monday to celebrate its longstanding relat...
Sunday - 5th March, 2017
RESIDENTS STAND UP FOR DIVERSITY
More than 100 people were at city hall Saturday to take part in a diversity rally originally organiz...
Saturday - 4th March, 2017
PCs hold edge over NDP in city, says poll
The trend continues: Lethbridge voters are supporting the Progressive Conservatives once again, at t...
Thursday - 2nd March, 2017
‘Super combine’ attracts interest at Ag Expo
A “super-combine” which has doubled the efficiencies of research technicians in the field is on ...
Wednesday - 1st March, 2017
Monday - 27th February, 2017
Sakamoto honoured by Blackfoot
Nobody knows music like Ron Sakamoto, but a special ceremony on Saturday struck a new chord with the...
Sunday - 26th February, 2017
LESSONS FROM AUSCHWITZ:
In 1944, 19-year-old Eva Olsson was living with her family in the Satu Mare ghetto of what was then ...
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