Canada - Lethbridge Herald
Tuesday - 30th June, 2020
Monday - 29th June, 2020
Wardley pleased with peace rally
Around 100 local activists gathered as part of Multiculturalism Day to participate in a Peace Rally ...
Saturday - 27th June, 2020
Lethbridge author’s novel wins Indie Book Award
Nathan Bueckert has penned an award-winning novel. What’s better is there’s more to com...
Friday - 26th June, 2020
Thursday - 25th June, 2020
Continued COVID-19 testing can help Alta. prepare for possible second wave
As Alberta Health Services prepares for possible second wave of COVID-19 in the province this fall t...
Wednesday - 24th June, 2020
Provost family hopes sentence brings closure
It was a somber gathering outside the Lethbridge courthouse as family members of Barney Paul Provost...
Monday - 22nd June, 2020
LCI grads get memorable sendoff
As a way to salute the graduating class of 2020, Lethbridge Collegiate Institute High School threw a...
Saturday - 20th June, 2020
Chinook grads make the most of a difficult situation
Strange, unprecedented, unique — choose your adjective — students at Chinook High School were th...
Friday - 19th June, 2020
State of Emergency lifted
The City of Lethbridge has ended its State of Local Emergency after 13 weeks and will move to reopen...
Wednesday - 17th June, 2020
Monday - 15th June, 2020
Target Hunger held on weekend
Lethbridge’s annual city-wide food drive, Target Hunger, was staged over the weekend, where both L...
Saturday - 13th June, 2020
Milk River drop structures won’t be replaced until late summer
There is good news and bad news when it comes to water issues on the Milk River this summer. The goo...
Friday - 12th June, 2020
Two teens drown, one missing in river accident
Two teen girls are confirmed dead and one is still missing after a boat they were in overturned in t...
Thursday - 11th June, 2020
City taking cautious approach to Phase 2
While the province announced on Tuesday municipalities would have the go ahead to accelerate the rel...
Wednesday - 10th June, 2020
Redman appointed Chief Judge for Provincial Court of Alberta
Lethbridge provincial court Judge Derek G. Redman has been called to Edmonton to take up the role of...
Monday - 8th June, 2020
‘Black Lives Matter’ protest makes a return downtown
The Black Lives Matter protests in Lethbridge continued for a second day in front of Lethbridge city...
Saturday - 6th June, 2020
ONCE AGAIN, THE TRAILER LOSES
A trailer and its contents are spilled along an irrigation canal at the scene of a collision between...
Thursday - 4th June, 2020
Special day for Indigenous grads
Over two days this week, local graduating Indigenous high school students celebrated their accomplis...
Wednesday - 3rd June, 2020
Council to discuss possible rescinding of funding for trail
City council discussed rescinding its funding for $1.8 million in upgrades to the Six Mile Coulee tr...
Monday - 1st June, 2020
Protests turn violent across the U.S.
Americans in cities across the United States swept up shards of broken glass, boarded shut their sha...
Saturday - 30th May, 2020
Pharmacist sets record straight on drug costs
ALethbridge pharmacist is taking exception with a recent Herald article addressing 30-day drug presc...
Friday - 29th May, 2020
City to reopen playgrounds today
The City of Lethbridge will be reopening playgrounds today, but is stressing people who use them are...
Thursday - 28th May, 2020
Prescription for frustration
ALethbridge senior and former journalist is raising concerns about 30-day dispensing limits on presc...
Monday - 25th May, 2020
Farmers’ Market opens with precautions in place
With a delayed start for Exhibition Park and many of its vendors, the Lethbridge Farmers’ Market o...
Saturday - 23rd May, 2020
Would you like free fries with that?
Three companies with deep roots in southern Alberta are coming together to support both local potato...
Thursday - 21st May, 2020
Wednesday - 20th May, 2020
New city manager ready to move city forward
City council formally appointed Craig Dalton as Lethbridge’s new manager during Tuesday’s counci...
Saturday - 16th May, 2020
Volunteers offer truckers a place to rest and eat for free
For the past six weeks a group of dedicated local volunteers led by a woman on a mission has been en...
Friday - 15th May, 2020
Caution urged as city begins to reopen
The City of Lethbridge Emergency Co-ordination Centre has approved the opening of most amenities in ...
Thursday - 14th May, 2020
Tudor says thanks with cowbells
Lethbridge needs more cowbell, says Shanda McKnight of the Tudor Estates Association, and she and he...
Wednesday - 13th May, 2020
No property tax increase
Lethbridge residents will have no property tax increase in 2020 after city council agreed to cancel ...
Monday - 11th May, 2020
Birds of Prey Centre will face financial crunch
The Alberta Birds of Prey Centre in Coaldale is looking at a lost season in 2020, and is hoping for ...
Saturday - 9th May, 2020
Announcement catches CCH valedictorian by surprise
Normally the naming of a valedictorian would be a formal affair with a call down to the school offic...
Friday - 8th May, 2020
Outbreak rattling livestock chain
The closures and slowdowns at local meatpacking plants in the past few weeks due to COVID-19 outbrea...
Wednesday - 6th May, 2020
The Force wasn’t with local stormtrooper
The “Star Wars” saga continues, but this time it’s not set a long, long time ago or in a galax...
Monday - 4th May, 2020
Courses rush to tee it up
When the government of Alberta laid out its plan for opening services throughout the province, many ...
Saturday - 2nd May, 2020
City views gradual reopening with cautious optimism
The City of Lethbridge is welcoming the province’s announcement that it intends to begin the proce...
Friday - 1st May, 2020
The ‘grow’ must go on
A local community initiative to raise money for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank to be used in global ne...
Thursday - 30th April, 2020
Wishing Happy 100th from a distance
A 100th birthday is worth celebrating, even if social distancing measures require improvisation on t...
Wednesday - 29th April, 2020
Workers must be placed ahead of profit
With no public ceremony this year to mark the National Day of Mourning to honour all workers who hav...
Monday - 27th April, 2020
Hockey Hall of Fame comes calling for mask
When Gordon Hunter was playing goal during his youth hockey days, he never imagined he would one day...
Saturday - 25th April, 2020
Whoop-Up Days latest casualty of COVID-19
With the official cancellation of WhoopUp days this summer due to provincial restrictions on large g...
Friday - 24th April, 2020
Alpha House running intox facility and homeless shelter
Over the next six months Calgary-based Alpha House will be running both Lethbridge’s new intox fac...
Wednesday - 22nd April, 2020
Monday - 20th April, 2020
Show of support for grieving family
As a Lethbridge family mourns the loss of their young son, hundreds of community members lined the s...
Saturday - 18th April, 2020
First, I would like to thank our many advertisers and flyer customers who have stood by us and suppo...
Friday - 17th April, 2020
Thursday - 16th April, 2020
COVID-19 having an impact on local agriculture industry
The COVID-19 outbreak is starting to have some significant impacts on agriculture in southern Albert...
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