Two Lethbridge men will spend the next month in jail after pleading guilty to firearms offences.
Lethbridge Men Get Jail Time for Prohibited Firearms Charges
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Federal Budget 2019 Promises $22.8 Billion in New Spending
Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled his fourth budget in the House of Commons Tuesday afternoon.
Victim Testifies She Was Manipulated By Raymond High School Teacher
A young girl testifying during the second day of a trial for a former Raymond high school teacher that while they did go for multiple late night drives, they never had sex.
Lethbridge Police Arrest Man on Canada-Wide Warrant
LPS arrested a man early Tuesday accused of stealing a vehicle and fleeing to Saskatoon.
Sewer Lining Project Starting Along Portion of Stafford Drive North
The City is replacing aging sewer lines with a special cost-effective piping.
Spring Thaw Triggers Reminder of Possible Minor Rural Flooding in Lethbridge County
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Albertans Heading to the Polls April 16
Premier Rachel Notley has officially dropped the writ, paving the way for an April 16th provincial election.
New Parking Services Office at CRH Expected to Open in April
Patrons will have the option of speaking with a parking services staff member for assistance, or using automated kiosks located in the parking lot and the atrium.
City Successfully Reviews Lease Agreement With Lethbridge Hurricanes
The local WHL club will be compensated $85,000 for each game it has to play at Nicholas Sheran Arena after being displaced for the upcoming World Men's Curling Championship.
Majority of Lethbridge Residents Not in Favour of Backyard Chickens
A recent poll conducted by Lethbridge College for City Council shows the issue of urban hens isn't very popular among residents.
Lethbridge Man Pleads Guilty in Connection to City's Largest Drug Bust
Lethbridge Police seized over $1 million worth of drugs from multiple homes back in February 2017.
LPA says Member Survey Shows Toxic Work Environment, Lack of Confidence in Police Chief
A recent survey of Lethbridge Police Association members has uncovered some concerns for the organization.
Lethbridge Hurricanes Release First Round Playoff Schedule
The Hurricanes will take on the Calgary Hitmen starting Friday, March 22nd at the ENMAX Centre.
Rural Road Bans Issued With Spring Thaw in Full Swing
Road bans have been issued in the MD of Willow Creek.
Local Health Officials Encourage Residents to Get Educated on Vaccinations
There's been plenty of talk lately about vaccinating kids or in some instances the lack of people getting immunizations.
Alberta Government Launches MyHealth Records
MyHealth Records is accessible through any computer, tablet or smartphone.