The Blackfoot Confederacy flag is flying in front of Lethbridge City Hall along with the flags of Canada and Alberta.
Blackfoot Confederacy Flag Flying in Front of Lethbridge City Hall
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WHL: Wheat Kings Blank Lethbridge Hurricanes 3-0
The Lethbridge Hurricanes have dropped four straight games after being shut out in Brandon Friday night.
University of Lethbridge Pronghorn Goalie, Garret Hughson, Named WHL Graduate of the Month
University of Lethbridge Pronghorn, Garret Hughson, heads into Canada West's annual December break as the WHL Graduate of the Month.
Lethbridge Police Investigating Pedestrian vs Vehicle Collision on North Side
A male cyclist was taken to hospital after hitting and being dragged underneath a truck, but later died from his injuries.
Lethbridge Makes List of Canadian Cities with Most Miserable Winters
Who would have thought Lethbridge's chinooks would land it on the list of Cites With the Most Miserable Winters?
Big Spikes Again in Confirmed Influenza Cases Across Alberta; Illness Spreading
Another 700 new cases of influenza reported across the province this week, bringing the total to 2478 lab-confirmed cases of the flu in Alberta. However, there are likely many more cases that go unreported to local health officials.
Lethbridge College in a Good Position to Accommodate Expanding Wind Industry in Alberta
Alberta moving forward with renewable energies is welcome news for Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge Gas Prices Drop Ahead of Christmas
The cheapest regular fuel in town right now is on the west side at 97.9-cents per litre.
Lethbridge Man Accused in Medicine Hat Meth Bust Granted Bail
Michael Abate, 28, was released on a $2500 cash recognizance with several conditions.
Prince Albert Raiders Edge Lethbridge Hurricanes 3-2
Jake Elmer scored twice, but it wasn't enough as the Hurricanes dropped a 3-2 decision in Prince Albert Wednesday.
Double Murder Near Pincher Creek Still an Open Investigation 20 Years Later
It's been 20 years since a southern Alberta Mountie and his girlfriend were murdered and no charges have been laid.
Former Mayor Asking For Funding Equity For Lethbridge's Two Seniors' Centres
Former Mayor Bob Tarleck, also the vice president of the Nord-Bridge Seniors' Centre, came before City Council asking for a committee to look into equitable funding for the two seniors' centres in Lethbridge.
One of Three Companies Chosen in Renewable Electricity Program to Build Near Pincher Creek
Two wind projects near Pincher Creek among those selected in the first round of Alberta's Renewable Electricity Program.
City of Lethbridge Issues River Valley Fire Ban
Abnormally warm, windy, and dry conditions prompting a ban on all open fires in the Lethbridge river valley.
Southern Alberta Lawyer, from Piikani First Nation, Appointed to Calgary Provincial Court
A southern Alberta lawyer, who hails from the Piikani First Nation, has been appointed to serve as a provincial court judge in Calgary.
Long Range Forecast Indicates Plunging Temperatures For Southern Alberta Before Christmas Day
Southern Alberta and much of the prairies, experiencing abnormally warm weather for time of year, are likely in for a cold snap just in time for Christmas.