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.
Livingstone-Macleod Constituency Association Member Cites Bullying as Reason Behind Resignation
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Pincher Creek RCMP Investigating Two Vehicle Crash Near Cowley
The collision happened at about 3:30pm Friday afternoon at the intersection of Highway 3 and Highway 510.
Downtown Watch: New Lethbridge Safety Initiative Making a Difference
The program, approved last fall by City Council, was set up to try and curb safety concerns downtown and although still very early, it appears so far to be working.
UPDATE: Missing "High-Risk" Youth Located Safe
14 year old was reportedly in Lethbridge on Thursday, however she went missing a few days earlier.
Lethbridge Police Lay Dozens of Charges in Downtown Enforcement Project
The ongoing initiative targets criminal activity in Lethbridge's downtown area.
Calgary Company Awarded Contract For New Coaldale RCMP Building
There will soon be a flurry of building activity on the east end of Coaldale.
Premier Jason Kenney says he's Ending the War on Fun by Relaxing Liquor Constraints
For the past 15 years, a total of eight provincial parks and campgrounds have had liquor bans in place for the May long weekend.
Alberta's Infrastructure Ministry says Pride Flag Can Fly at Taber's Provincial Building
In a written statement, the provincial Infrastructure Ministry says it will be permitting the Taber Equality Alliance to raise the rainbow flag for one week in June.
West Nile Virus Cases Way Up in Southern Alberta in 2018
A huge jump last year in the number of West Nile virus cases reported across southern Alberta.
Installation of New University of Lethbridge Chancellor, Dinner Set For May 30
Charles Weaselhead in the U of L's first-ever Indigenous chancellor. He'll be officially installed during Spring Convocation May 30th.
University of Lethbridge Officially Opening New Science Building in September
The two-day event will take place Sept. 13-14, 2019 and feature a host of interactive programs.
"Let’s Not Celebrate Sin": Petition Condemns Taber Pride Flag
An online petition is urging Taber-Warner MLA Grant Hunter to intervene in a decision that would allow the rainbow pride flag to fly at Taber's provincial building in June.
BILD Lethbridge Gets City Council Support Regarding Concerns Over Federal Mortgage Stress Tests
Building Industry and Land Development Industry Association (BILD) presented a report Monday on the federal mortgage ‘stress test’ which showed Lethbridge has felt the effects of the nation-wide program.
Man Armed with Machete Steals Cash and Cigarettes from North Lethbridge Gas King
Lethbridge Police say a man walked into the gas station around 4am last Wednesday and demanded cash.
Southern Alberta Expecting Much-Needed, Significant Rainfall
Environment Canada says between Thursday and the holiday Monday many places across the region could see upwards of 50 mm of rain.
Trial Scheduled for Fort Macleod RCMP Officer Charged with Assault
Constable Troy Heystek was charged last April after an incident in Granum.