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Lethbridge West MLA Shannon Phillips wants an apology from the United Conservatives for what she says was a "drive-by insult" to local police by leader Jason Kenney.
New Watermark Park Officially Opens in West Lethbridge
Watermark Park on the west side is near the new Senator Joyce Fairbairn Middle School
Lethbridge City Council Exploring Idea of Urban Backyard Chickens
City Council has asked administration to look at the feasibility of holding a pilot program for keeping urban hens, similar to a program in Red Deer.
Lethbridge Hurricanes Post Another Healthy Profit
The WHL team announcing at its AGM Monday the Hurricanes posted a $422,000 profit from the 2017-18 season.
Hurricanes to Wear Special Vandervlis Jerseys During Home Opener Warm-Up
The Canes will pay special tribute Friday night to a player badly injured in a fire earlier this summer west of Calgary.
Delay in Sentencing For Brocket Teacher Charged With Child Porn Offences
44 year old Mark Anderson will be back in a Lethbridge courtroom in October 9th. He pleaded guilty this summer to a number of child pornography-related charges.
Resolution Possible Next Month for Stirling Horse Theft Case
It's alleged that Wayne Jubb falsified documents saying he owned two horses, and then sold them to a processing facility.
Lethbridge Chamber Introduces Santa's Wish List
The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce feels it's time to team up to spread Christmas cheer.
Boil Water Advisory Issued For Parts of North Lethbridge County
The advisory impacts around 180 users. A potable water line servicing the Lethbridge North County Water Coalition has been damaged and repairs are underway.
Warmer & Drier Than Normal: Weather Network Fall Forecast For Southern Alberta
After September, we can expect a drier and warmer than average October and November across southern Alberta.
Young Boy Inside Vehicle Stolen from Fort Macleod Found Unharmed
The six-year old was found safe about three hours after the SUV was stolen.
Lethbridge City Council Announces Consulations to Tackle Local Impact of Drug Crisis
Lethbridge City Council is stepping up its game in trying to find solutions to the ongoing drug issues in the community, launching four facilitated sessions in October.
Lethbridge Public School District Gets Grant For Indigenous Education Initiatives
Lethbridge West MLA Shannon Phillips announcing $125,000 to School District 51 to help out with First Nations education. It'll also even out funding with the local Catholic Division for FNMI education.
Reconciliation Week Underway in Lethbridge
The aim of Reconciliation Week is to foster education, awareness, and relationship building with the focus on reconciliation between the city and local First Nations.
Economist Speaks About Lethbridge Impact of Calgary 2026 Olympic Bid
Canadian Economist, Trevor Sindlinger says since the entire province will have to foot the bill to the tune of a minimum $1.3 billion, Lethbridge residents should also have a say.