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GM Peter Anholt says the club wants to make it very clear, this did not happen at a bachelor party as some have suggested.
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The City is considering the option of letting people top up a meter. however according to a City official, that would go against what they've been trying to implement with the current parking zones.
Trial Verdict Expected Next Month for City Employee Charged in Fatal Crash
Scott Erickson, 32, was charged with dangerous driving causing death nearly two years ago after Alan Johnston, 74, was killed on Whoop Up Drive when his mini van crashed into a front end loader.
Survey Shows Lethbridge Residents Highly Satisfied With Quality of Life in City
Perceptions about the quality of life in Lethbridge continue to be extremely positive among city residents, according to a recent poll by Ipsos Public Affairs.
Downtown Lethbridge YMCA Closing Once New West Side Facility Opens in 2019
YCMA Lethbridge Board Chair, Stephen Mogdan says the new Cor Van Raay facility at the ATB Centre will better serve its members and the community.
Alberta Public Servants to Take Indigenous Training Course
As the government moves forward on the path to reconciliation, all current Alberta Public Service employees will participate in an in-person, one-day course over the next three years.
U-Haul: Lethbridge 34th Most Popular Canadian City For One-Way Truck Arrivals
Lethbridge saw a year-over-year increase of 14% in one-way U-Haul truck arrivals in 2017, according to migration trends from U-Haul International.
Lethbridge Mayor Concerned About Possible 'Planted' Needle Debris in City Parks
Chris Spearman says he's been told by security at Galt Gardens that "clean needles" have apparently been dumped around the downtown park.
Players' Families Respond; WHL Issues Statement on Hurricanes Fire Incident
The Western Hockey League has issued a statement regarding the injuries suffered by members of the Lethbridge Hurricanes at a get-together with former player Tyler Wong.
Lethbridge Aiming for Age Friendly Designation from World Health Organization
An Age Friendly designation indicates that a community aids the ability of older adults to complete daily living tasks and plans social and physical structures to support their ability to live independently with a high quality of life.
RCMP Cochrane Release Details on Fire Which Injured Lethbridge Hurricanes Players
Police say a substance was placed in a fire-pit which caused an explosion late Friday injuring two current Lethbridge Hurricanes players and one alumni player.
Lethbridge Hurricanes Issue Statement Regarding Injuries to Players
The WHL team says three players are being treated in hospital in relation to an incident.
Thousands of Dollars of Damage From Fire at Main Bus Terminal
The City of Lethbridge says the blaze was limited to one bus that was parked inside the main building.
Lethbridge Bulls Win Back-to-Back Games For First Time This Season
The Lethbridge Bulls beat the Prospects in Edmonton 10-9 Friday night.
Blaze Damages Lethbridge Home
Electrical appliance believed to have caused $120,000 damage Thursday night.