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Work on sections of 7th Street South kicks off Monday

Several road construction projects are expected to start in the city's downtown in the coming weeks. According to the City of Lethbridge, work in the...

Fort Macleod ER temporarily closed until Friday morning

Due to lack of physician coverage, the Fort Macleod Health Centre Emergency Department is temporarily closed until tomorrow morning at 8 a.m. to provide...

YQL Aviation Day looks to inspire next generation of female aviators

The first female airline jet pilot in Canada and female Officer on a twin-engine jet in North America will be a key guest at...
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Foodie Fest offers a week-long frenzy of downtown Lethbridge delicacies

Next week, the Downtown Lethbridge BRZ presents its kick-off summer event Foodie Fest – a week-long festival featuring the downtown food scene. Join fellow Lethbridge foodies from May 28 to June 2 for all the food-focused fun downtown has to offer.  Emily Chong, the BRZ’s marketing and communications manager, says...

SCAN closes home in Medicine Hat until end of August

What is believed to be a dangerous property connected to drugs in Medicine Hat has been shut down by the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods unit of the Alberta Sheriffs. According to officials since August of 2021 the SCAN unit has received four complaints about the property, in addition to 49...

Travelling in groups, carrying bear spray among cougar safety tips

A reminder is being put out to the community about being cougar smart and what to do if you come across a cougar after a pair of reported sightings along Whoop-Up Drive near the Old Man River over the weekend. Sgt. Jason Lefrancois with the Lethbridge and District Fish and...

ATA reports school boards to receive less provincial funding

More than 10 Alberta school boards, including the Livingstone Range School Division, will receive less provincial funding than last year, according to recently released funding profiles posted on the Alberta government’s website May 6.  Schools, including in Fort Macleod, will also likely experience even larger class sizes and program cuts...

New walk-in clinic to open in Picture Butte next week

A new ambulatory clinic is scheduled to open in Picture Butte at the Piyami Health Centre Monday. The clinic will be operated by Alberta Health Services.  The clinic will be open weekdays from 5-10 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The non-urgent walk-in clinic offers care to...

Taber’s St. Mary’s School announces new principal

Taber’s St. Mary’s School has announced Michelle Nevil as its new principal starting in the 2024/2025 school year.  According to the Holy Spirit School Division, Nevil was previously a teacher and associate principal at St. Patrick School in Taber.  With 20 years of educational experience, she taught grades Kindergarten to Grade...
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