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Indigenous performing arts at the forefront at International Peace Pow-wow

Drum groups and dancers from all over North America will be in Lethbridge this weekend at the International Peace Pow-wow and Festival at Enmax...

Law Enforcement Torch Run lights up Lethbridge Friday

The last leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run will kick off in the Lethbridge area Friday. On Friday, February 23rd local law enforcement members...

‘Freedom to Read Week’ dedicated to freedom of expression

"Freedom to Read Week" celebrates its 40th anniversary this week, representing 40 years of dedication to freedom of expression. Annually, the week raises awareness...
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‘Freedom to Read Week’ dedicated to freedom of expression

"Freedom to Read Week" celebrates its 40th anniversary this week, representing 40 years of dedication to freedom of expression. Annually, the week raises awareness...

Indigenous performing arts at the forefront at International Peace Pow-wow

Drum groups and dancers from all over North America will be in Lethbridge this weekend at the International Peace Pow-wow and Festival at Enmax...

Lethbridge Legion recognizes National Flag Day

National Flag Day is recognized Feb. 15 in Canada. It was on this day in 1965, Canada’s national flag was raised for the first...
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‘Citizen Soldier’ preserves William Frame’s military legacy

Today, the Lethbridge Military Museum officially opened “William Frame: Citizen Soldier” - a temporary installation, on display now through the summer. The exhibition is on-loan from family members, including Frame’s daughter Adrienne McLennan. “We are extremely pleased and proud Bill’s military service is being honoured in such a meaningful...

Parking rates to increase at AHS facilities

Parking at Alberta Health Services facilities will be more expensive starting in April. According to AHS, parking rates have not been adjusted in more than eight years and the new rates will align with local markets and reflect inflation costs.  “The adjusted rates will vary by market, but on average,...

Baby Bundle project supports infants, pregnant mothers

A Baby Bundle project is underway at the Interfaith Food Bank thanks to Akshara Nagaruru, a local recipient of a $1,500 Community Foundation “Youth in Action” grant. The Winston Churchill Grade 12 student’s initiative will help support infants and pregnant mothers who access the Baby Bundle program. Once the...

Hurricanes partner with Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services for charity game night

The Lethbridge Hurricanes will host a charity night in partnership with Lethbridge Fire and Emergency Services this week.  Friday’s game (Feb. 23) will feature custom jerseys inspired by the fire department’s service to the community. They will be auctioned off online after the game and proceeds will go to the...

Coaldale Library turns fines into food

The Coaldale Library is looking to turn those late returns into donations for the local food bank. According to the Coaldale Library from February 20th to 24th the library will take $5 off current overdue or hold fines for every non-perishable item brought in. According to the library, all donations...

Zone 1 finishes 5th at 2024 Alberta Winter Games

Zone 1 brought home 44 medals from the 2024 Alberta Winter Games. Three hundred and thirty-seven athletes, including over 130 athletes, coaches and managers from the Lethbridge area, competed in 18 different events over the three-day competition. The 14 gold, 17 silver and 13 bronze medals resulted in Zone 1 finishing...
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