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Lethbridge College inviting prospective students to open house

Potential students will have a chance to see what Lethbridge College has to offer at an open house this weekend. The event will include half-hour...

Violent online groups targeting local youth: LPS

Lethbridge Police are warning the public about violent online groups targeting youth across widely accessible messaging platforms and urging parents to be aware of...

Parking concerns moving to 3-1-1 starting March 1st

The City of Lethbridge says to create efficiency and streamline processes, all calls for parking-related concerns will now be moving to 3-1-1, effective Mar....
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Police investigate fatal Highway 23 collision

A 53-year-old Lethbridge man was pronounced deceased after a collision involving a semi-truck on Tuesday afternoon. According to Claresholm RCMP officers responded to the fatal...

Lethbridge County loses $30k to fraud

Lethbridge County officials say a sophisticated effort has resulted in the loss of $30,000 to fraud. The county says the money was lost when...

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...
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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 about censorship and access to books and magazines across Canada.  In recognition of "Freedom to Read Week," the Lethbridge Public Library has two displays with challenged...

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 Centre.  “It’s one of the bigger pow-wows in the region,” says this year’s Master of Ceremonies Travis Plaited Hair. “You never know what you get every...

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 will take on the role of "Guardians of the Flame" and help carry the Flame of Hope to the opening ceremonies of the 2024 Special...

March is Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month

March is Multiple Myeloma Awareness Month. Every day, 11 Canadians are diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a little-known and as-of-yet incurable blood cancer, and this number is rising. Myeloma is the second most common form of blood cancer in the world.  Brian Treadwell, a Lethbridge Myeloma Canada support group leader, says...

SAAG art auction builds community through the arts

Though the Southern Alberta Art Gallery’s annual Art Auction isn’t until May, tickets will be released for current members Feb. 26. There are a limited number of tickets available for this event, with tickets on sale to the public Mar. 1, which is also the gallery’s Free First Friday.  SAAG...

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 Shirt Day was created to honour and recognize the victims and families of the fatal 2018 Humbolt Broncos bus crash. Among the victims was Logan...
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