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Volunteer tax help for eligible rural southern Albertans

Like it or not, the Canadian tax season has returned.   Family and Community Support Services is partnering with the Canada Revenue Agency for the...

Green Shirt Day campaign kicks off with goal to inspire 100K Canadians to become organ donors

This year’s annual campaign known as Green Shirt Day is kicking off with a goal to inspire 100,000 people to register to become organ donors.  Green...

Lethbridge Emergency Social Services hoping to turn compassion into action

Simple gestures of kindness can make a world of difference to those impacted by an emergency. To best support the community, the City of...
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Raymond/Magrath RCMP lay robbery charges

On Feb. 9, Raymond/Magrath RCMP responded to a report of a robbery at the Southern Community Food Security and Thrift in Raymond. A suspect demanded...

Lethbridge area competitors head to Grande Prairie for 2024 Alberta Winter Games

Over 130 athletes, coaches and managers from the Lethbridge area will be in Grande Prairie over the weekend for the 2024 Alberta Winter Games. Those...

Fire crews respond to early morning fire Wednesday

Working smoke detectors are credited for getting two people and their pet safely out of a northside home during a fire Wednesday morning. According to...
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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...

UPDATE: Missing 24-year-old woman found

UPDATE: According to police Mya Eagle Child has been located. Police are thanking the public for help. The public is being asked for their help locating a missing 24-year-old Standoff resident. According to the Lethbridge Police Service and Blood Tribe Police Service Mya Eagle Child's family last heard from her on...

Raymond/Magrath RCMP lay robbery charges

On Feb. 9, Raymond/Magrath RCMP responded to a report of a robbery at the Southern Community Food Security and Thrift in Raymond. A suspect demanded money from the employee and fled to an awaiting vehicle. Officers from Cardston and Milk River, as well as Coaldale Police Dog Services, assisted with...

Furthering reconciliation through emergency shelter 

In January 2023, the Blood Tribe Department of Health began operating the Lethbridge emergency shelter. This partnership has put a greater focus on culturally appropriate supports for those who are Indigenous and experiencing homelessness in southern Alberta. Through a new Memorandum of Understanding, the Government of Alberta and the Blood...

A Cautionary Tale: Baby’s breath doesn’t belong in city green carts

Common baby’s breath (Gypsophila paniculate), also known as maiden’s breath, is a plant frequently used as a filler flower in floral arrangements. According to the City of Lethbridge, the small, delicate white flowers are commonly found along roses in Valentine’s bouquets. "Although this plant looks harmless, it is an invasive...
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