The organization subsidizes hundreds of kids’ sports fees each year, but the group has seen a startling increase in applicants in the last two years because of the economic downturn.
Kurtis Hawkins says he felt compelled to help a young woman who was attacked while walking to work last month. The 25-year-old woman is still fighting for her life in a Calgary hospital.
Blood Tribe Council, Lethbridge police and the mayor held an urgent meeting at city hall Tuesday after what appears to backlash from sectors of the Lethbridge community to last week’s assault.
Just five days after a southern Alberta woman was left in critical condition following after being viciously attacked on her way to work, the man who found her near-lifeless body after is speaking out about what he saw.
A former Lethbridge police officer, who now runs his own self-defence business, says he’s seen a spike in his services ever since a Lethbridge woman was savagely attacked and left for dead while walking to work on Friday.
Paul Pisko is a double amputee. He has been in and out of rehabilitation programs for years after he said he was hit by a drunk driver several years ago.
A new campaign aims to address racism and stereotyping of First Nations people in Lethbridge through photography.
Microblading is a manual method of implanting pigment in hair-like strokes to create the look of fuller brows.
A return to the playoffs has boosted the bottom line as the team saw a $197,000 profit for the 2015/2016 season.
A volunteer accreditation and awards program aimed at improving public safety at bars has come to Lethbridge.
Volunteer Lethbridge and the University of Lethbridge combined forces for the second annual U-Volunteer Fair Wednesday. The event was held in the First Choice Savings Centre.
Amanda Bauer has experienced first hand what it’s like to choose rent over food. She wanted to do something to help the less fortunate in Lethbridge, so she built a food box in front of her home on 13th Street S. and called it Feed the Need.
Gerard Thom is focusing his energy on his family and trying to educate others about the disease. He is now the ambassador for this year’s ALS walk in Lethbridge.
Elvira Dueck was one of the very first volunteers when the Lethbridge MCC Thrift Store opened its doors in the 1970s.
A spokesperson for the family of a six-year-old Alberta boy killed while riding his bike over the weekend, says the family has met with the driver who hit their son and that they are on the road to forgiveness.