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Wednesday - 16th August, 2017
Plum is sour on derogatory review
After TripAdvisor failed to remove a derogatory and inappropriate review about a Lethbridge restaura...
Tuesday - 15th August, 2017
Council asked to help reinstate rent supplement funding
Hundreds of low-income families are currently waiting for assistance with paying their rent in Lethb...
Monday - 14th August, 2017
Cdn. pastor freed from N. Korea addresses church congregation
Despite a grim account of his imprisonment, the mood was joyful as a Canadian pastor freed from a No...
Sunday - 13th August, 2017
Music fest faces evacuation alert
Awildfire has forced a popular music festival in southern British Columbia to end early and organize...
Saturday - 12th August, 2017
Safety main reason for closing Waterton Park
Waterton Lakes National Park temporarily closed its doors last Sunday after a record number of visit...
Friday - 11th August, 2017
Mother charged with child abduction
After more than three years of heartache, a Lethbridge father will soon be reunited with his young s...
Thursday - 10th August, 2017
No parole for 75 years for Saretzky
Derek Saretzky will probably die in prison. On Wednesday, Justice William Tilleman deemed parole ine...
Wednesday - 9th August, 2017
CRAY KIND OF DAY
Ben MacKay and his cousin Max Payne wait for crayfish to take the bait at the end of their fishing s...
Tuesday - 8th August, 2017
Celebration of cultures
Hundreds of local residents came out to experience the community’s varied cultures in a celebratio...
Monday - 7th August, 2017
Keeping language alive
The Keepers of Our Language have completed their run, but their journey is far from over. On Saturda...
Sunday - 6th August, 2017
PM makes a splash in B.C.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took an unscheduled dip on Saturday when he fell into the water trying...
Saturday - 5th August, 2017
ONE BEND AT A TIME
There’s something to the open road that draws people to it. The solitude. The sense of being at on...
Friday - 4th August, 2017
U of L parking passes sell out quickly
Since July 17, students have been waiting for their chance to purchase a University of Lethbridge pa...
Thursday - 3rd August, 2017
More than a sweet gesture
Bella Beck has been helping those in need since she was four years old through her “Treats for a C...
Wednesday - 2nd August, 2017
Adapting to summer heat
Maybe we’re getting used to hot summers. Seventeen southern Albertans went to a hospital ...
Tuesday - 1st August, 2017
Lethbridge City Council has approved some major changes to a downtown redevelopment incentive progra...
Monday - 31st July, 2017
PM to visit B.C. fire zones
Crews fighting wildfires across British Columbia are once again preparing for challenges brought on ...
Sunday - 30th July, 2017
Fort Macleod history being excavated
A new water line for the Town of Fort Macleod has provided an opportunity to peer into the history o...
Saturday - 29th July, 2017
B.C. Liberal leader Clark resigning after election loss
Former British Columbia premier Christy Clark will resign as leader of the provincial Liberal party ...
Friday - 28th July, 2017
Corn maze pays homage to special anniversaries
It’s time to get lost. In a corn maze that is. The Lethbridge Corn Maze and Petting Zoo b...
Thursday - 27th July, 2017
Chasing down a dream
When she was five, Kalea First Rider wanted to be a cowgirl in a rodeo. “But then I got o...
Wednesday - 26th July, 2017
Weather benefits city projects
If you’re selling air conditioners or cold drinks, it’s been a great summer. With no ra...
Tuesday - 25th July, 2017
Merger just first step
With his “unite the right” campaign successful, Jason Kenney is now expected to run for the lead...
Monday - 24th July, 2017
Concerns persist as evacuees return
Residents of two communities evacuated due to wildfires in British Columbia have been allowed to ret...
Sunday - 23rd July, 2017
Festival Latino heats up Galt Gardens
Galt Gardens was filled with the sights, sounds and smells of Latin America on Saturday for the thir...
Saturday - 22nd July, 2017
Relief from hot, dry weather expected in Aug.
It’s hot and dry out there. And it is going to continue to be hot and dry — at least until Augus...
Friday - 21st July, 2017
Woman sought in homicides
Calgary police are seeking the public’s help in finding a woman who they believe may have played a...
Thursday - 20th July, 2017
Killing of rattlesnake concerns consultant
Arattlesnake was on display in Popson Park — with its head smashed in and rattle cut off. The act ...
Wednesday - 19th July, 2017
Lethbridge Soup Kitchen names new executive director
Though Lethbridge continues to grow, Bill Ginther hopes to see fewer guests come through the doors f...
Tuesday - 18th July, 2017
City lends support to postal workers
Canada Post has a bright future. Ken Sears, a retired postal worker and past president of the Canadi...
Monday - 17th July, 2017
Air Show organizers weren’t going to tempt Mother Nature
The 25th Lethbridge International Air Show felt turbulence of its own after the show was cancelled e...
Sunday - 16th July, 2017
B.C. residents ordered to evacuate homes
Thousands of Williams Lake, B.C., residents are being forced from their homes as high winds fan a wi...
Saturday - 15th July, 2017
Royalty helps mark garden anniversary
Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden formally celebrated its 50th anniversary on Friday with a full day of eve...
Friday - 14th July, 2017
Heat hikes irrigation usage
Ahot, dry July means farmers are irrigating more than they have in years. Jam Tamminga, manager of o...
Thursday - 13th July, 2017
‘Nothing short of a miracle’
The Gardens complex fire is every firefighter’s worst nightmare, Lethbridge Fire Chief Richard Hil...
Wednesday - 12th July, 2017
FLEEING THE FLAMES
QUICK RESPONSE FROM LDS CHURCH MISSIONARIES HELPS IN RESCUE All 140 residents of a westside...
Tuesday - 11th July, 2017
B-25 Bombers part of aviation lore
There are less than 35 B-25 Bombers in the world that are still operational and one of them is here....
Monday - 10th July, 2017
Cruisin’ through a heat wave
With more than 700 vehicles sparkling in the park — and thousands of onlookers out to admire them ...
Sunday - 9th July, 2017
B.C. wildfires out of control
Thousands of British Columbia residents have been chased from their homes as forest fires rage out o...
Saturday - 8th July, 2017
Feds apologize for Khadr mistreatment
The federal government apologized Friday to Omar Khadr, sparking fresh public debate about the forme...
Friday - 7th July, 2017
Professor not guilty of sexual assault
A suspended University of Lethbridge drama professor accused of sexually assaulting a student in 201...
Thursday - 6th July, 2017
Heat wave comes with warning
Getting used to the heat? Southern Albertans are in for daytime highs above 30 C for a few more week...
Wednesday - 5th July, 2017
Community rallies around Pisko
A Lethbridge man says there are no words to describe the generosity of strangers after they came tog...
Tuesday - 4th July, 2017
Hot weather expected to linger
Warm enough? Maybe even a little too balmy? There’s no immediate relief in sight, accordi...
Monday - 3rd July, 2017
‘Homegrown’ celebrates Canada
How do you decide? Bryan Adams or Stompin’ Tom? Guess Who or Great Big Sea? Alanis Morissette or A...
Sunday - 2nd July, 2017
A PARTY TO REMEMBER
Thousands of Lethbridge residents took in a host of activities set up by the City of Lethbridge on S...
Friday - 30th June, 2017
Four years ago, he was elected as the 25th mayor of the City of Lethbridge. Now he hopes to lead the...
Thursday - 29th June, 2017
Guilty of triple murder
Derek Saretzky murdered 69-yearold Coleman resident Hanne Meketech, and five days later he murdered ...
Wednesday - 28th June, 2017
U of L mourns loss of coach
Ric Suggitt, head coach of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s rugby team, died early ...
Tuesday - 27th June, 2017
Concern over turtle deaths
Wildlife experts are calling for changes to Lethbridge city mowing practices after four painted turt...
Monday - 26th June, 2017
It’s no secret that Lethbridge is a windy city, but the water was relatively calm this weekend for...
Sunday - 25th June, 2017
Mormon girl cut off after coming out at church
A video of a young Mormon girl revealing to her congregation that she is lesbian and still loved by ...
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...
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