I started at Global News back in 2003. It was the start of my journalism career. Over the years I have become a master at multi-tasking. I shoot, I edit and I have anchored the 6 o’clock news.
While most people use Lethbridge as a stepping stone to a larger market I have chosen to stay in Southern Alberta. I love the small town mentality and now call Coaldale home. I recently took a year off for maternity leave to dedicate my time to my daughter Luca. I’m now back at Global News and am currently working as a part time videographer.
The mother of two of the three people murdered at a west Lethbridge townhouse complex is speaking out about her loss on the one-year anniversary of their deaths. Continue reading →
The day after a Lethbridge couple was found guilty on charges connected to their young son’s death from meningitis, a local family who runs a health food store – and who are friends with the couple – say their hearts are heavy following the jury’s verdict. Continue reading →
The Lethbridge College Faculty Association released the results of an internal survey which suggests a lack of confidence in the college’s Board of Governors and some senior administration. Continue reading →
Park Place management says there is only a three per cent vacancy rate, and there will be some major announcements in the coming months. Continue reading →
Close to 50 people supporting gender equality held symbols of pride, promoting gay rights outside Lethbridge’s School District 51 Tuesday. Continue reading →
“For me to go through it was hard–harmful and painful. But to watch someone else go through it, it really tears at the heart.” Continue reading →
“We are grateful that Jim was able to serve his country…This was his goal and dream. It’s very sad that he will not be able to continue that service.” Continue reading →
When Karen Hamilton found out Taber councillor Jack Brewin needed a liver transplant she felt compelled to do something. Continue reading →
“Check around your ankles, socks, shoes and pant legs. They can also be found just along peoples hair lines.” Continue reading →
Officials from the Town of Taber say they’re shocked and disappointed after the Municipal District of Taber sent a letter saying it wants to have its own “MD fire department.” Continue reading →
“There was no heart beat, no blood pressure…He was clinically dead.” Two doctors testified Wednesday during the trial of David and Collet Stephan. Continue reading →
Lethbridge College has chosen this year’s recipient of the Troy Reeb Internship for its Digital Communications and Media Program. Continue reading →
Lethbridge police have reviewed a 911 call and will “tighten dispatch protocols” after online critics slammed their response time involving a man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant, police said in a release. Continue reading →
Lethbridge Police have reviewed a 911 call and will tighten dispatch protocols after a concern was raised over the time it took officers to respond to a report of a wanted subject. Continue reading →