Lethbridge News from Wednesday, March 13th, 2019
Woman Charged in Animal Cruelty Case Continues Psych Assessment
April Irving continues to undergo a psychiatric assessment to determine whether or not she's criminal responsible.
UPDATE: Lethbridge Police Arrest Suspect Wanted on Warrant
Lethbridge Police are investigating a violent assault in which a liquor store clerk was hit with bottles and punched in the head.
Lethbridge Police Looking For Missing Man
Joshua Wolftail hasn't been seen by family since January.
Redevelopment of 3rd Avenue South Likely to Start in Spring of 2020
Residents who attended an open house Tuesday saw the final landscape and streetscape designs for the redevelopment of 3rd Avenue South between 4th & 8th Streets.
Troy Reeb to Receive Honourary Lethbridge College Degree
An Honourary Bachelor of Applied Arts Degree will be given to the well-known national media member April 26th during Lethbridge College's Convocation.
Livingstone-Macleod Constituency Association Member Cites Bullying as Reason Behind Resignation
The Livingstone-Macleod UCP Constituency Association says it's disappointed by the resignation of six members last week, but it's continuing to look forward to the spring election.
Blood Tribe Reaches $150 Million Settlement Deal With Feds Over Asset Mismanagement
It's compensation for the loss of the Blood Tribe cattle industry and the overstocking and overgrazing of pasture land on the reserve back in the 1900's.
Lethbridge Residents Away in April Encouraged to Call in Census Info
Citizens worried about not being home during the municipal census next month, can call the City Clerk's Office before April 1st.