A Pincher Creek teen is taking his gold medal winning meals to the national stage. 16 year-old Caelan Taylor will represent team Alberta at the Skills Canada Competition in Toronto on June 3-7.
It’s the kind of plan nobody ever wants to put to use, but it seems over the past few years our region has seen more than its fair share of emergencies. These situations continue to force officials to prepare for the unknown. “It’s just an ongoing lesson and learning,” said Lethbridge County Reeve Lorne Hickey….
A debate has been sparked among Moon River residents over a proposal put forward by the MD of Willow Creek-that may see the community losing its fire department.
Alberta Fish and Wildlife is appealing to the public for help solving two grizzly bear poaching cases from 2013.
Trades are in constant demand in southern Alberta and Lethbridge College is rising to the occasion with the groundbreaking of its new trades facility.
Magrath residents are shaken after a local discovered a dead animal carcass taped, and posed, along the town’s main street.
LETHBRIDGE- If you can dream it, you can achieve it. Something two University of Lethbridge students are demonstrating with the creation of their world changing software. Mohammad Akbari and Hossein Naseri are one step closer to meeting Microsoft pioneer Bill Gates after winning the innovation category at Microsoft’s Imagine Cup Canada. The pair says it…
LETHBRIDGE- The race for an open seat on council has officially begun. Monday, 10 candidates gathered at City Hall to file nomination papers for the May12th by-election, eight of which previously ran in the 2013 municipal election. City officials have released the unofficial list, which includes: Marco Bergeron Pat Berthelot Peter Deys Yves Gauthier Martin…
A treasured piece of Lethbridge hsitory has finally found its home, two years after being discovered in an antique store in Penticton, BC.
Some stomach turning accusations are being leveled against Lethbridge fast food restaurant, after a man claims he found a foreign object in his meal.
A southern Alberta couple is enjoying their new baby girl after a surprise at home delivery.
With a fresh blast of winter just in time for Spring, many are sick of this year;s long winter-especially businesses relying on sunshine for payday.
Lethbridge residents will soon be heading to the polls with an upcoming by-election scheduled in May.
A water boil order is causing waves around Lethbridge, from food establishments to health care facilities.
A Piikani musician is hoping to inspire others through song, by releasing a CD during Native Awareness Week at the University of Lethbridge.