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3 women charged after 18-year-old kidnapped, assaulted near Lethbridge
Officers say the victim went for a drive with a female acquaintance on August 20th, and was taken to a farm outside of Lethbridge.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
B.C. home invasion suspect could be in Lethbridge, police say
Lethbridge police say a man charged in connection with a B.C. home invasion could be residing in the southern Alberta city.
The Western Producer
Bugs don't get recognition they deserve
Hector Carcamo, Agriculture Canada insect pest management researcher, explores a canola research plot in search of insects, beneficial and otherwise, during a crop walk event held in Lethbridge Aug. 7. Ground beetles and spiders are among the Agriculture Canada entomologist's favourite insects as many of them do battle against pests that damage ... (more)
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Four Lethbridge residents face 33 charges after rowdy weekend
Four young Lethbridge adults are facing a combined 33 charges after a rowdy weekend that saw weapons brandished outside a house party, a liquor store grab-and-run and a car taken from its owner without their consent.
Parade kicks off Whoop-Up Days 2014
Floats filled with colourful characters wound their way through downtown Lethbridge on Tuesday, starting at Park Place Mall and ending on 9th Avenue North.
Sunny side up: Paleontologists looking for another dino egg nest in Alberta
A deep ravine in southern Alberta known as Devil's Coulee may be about to yield more of its secrets to paleontologists from the Royal Tyrrell Museum.
Live in a Glass House? Don't Tweet
Social media has created a new approach for businesses and organizations to deal with problems, such as regulations or other red tape: complain loudly and hope public shaming forces those in your way to move.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Airdrie man named Canada's top cadet
Teegan Martin will join Prime Minister Stephen Harper for Remembrance Day ceremonies in Ottawa after being named this country's top army cadet.
'The Great One' coming to Lethbridge
Gretzky will speak about his experience as the captain of the Oilers for their four Stanley Cup Championships and his many hockey and business experiences since then.
4 people taken into custody after Lethbridge standoff
Lethbridge officers blocked off the 2500 block of 13 Street North at around 8 p.m. MT because of public safety concerns, police said in a press release.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Feds worried about shale-gas protest fallout
A burned police vehicle is seen in Rexton, N.B., as police began enforcing an injunction to end an ongoing demonstration against shale gas exploration in eastern New Brunswick on Thursday, Oct.17, 2013.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Alberta Tory leadership candidates willing to debate live on TV
Two of three Alberta Tory leadership hopefuls expressed a wish Monday to appear in a televised debate and their fellow candidate said he'd be open to taking part.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Local electronic music festival is a family friendly event
People go for the lights, electronic beats and dancing. On Saturday hundreds of southern Albertan's will attend the third annual Lethbridge Electronic Music Festival.
Man arrested in Lethbridge cocaine bust
Police have arrested one man in Lethbridge after they seized almost $60,000 worth of cash and cocaine from an apartment in the city.
Truro Daily News
A soldier's words
The words from the gospel, "Be not afraid, only believe" stood out on a yellowed, tattered page, underscored by a thick, black line.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
The Western Producer
Add pink to improve purple
The pink flowered sainfoin is a good addition to a forage stand because it prevents bloat in cattle that have indulged in too much alfalfa.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The Daily Townsman
'I just wanted to go fast'
After more than a decade on the slopes, Cranbrook's Rebecca Bermel is retiring from ski racing to pursue a degree in kinesiology.
Condo controversy in south Lethbridge
The property is located in the middle of a community that has continued to grow over the last ten years.
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Tobler, Dawna Anne
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Dawna Anne Tobler on Monday, Aug. 4, 2014 at the age of 55. Dawna will be forever remembered and missed by her two children, Mandy Tobler Fort Macleod and Chad Lucas Pard of Lethbridge; her loving cherished grandchildren Stephanie, Izabella, Haley-Ann, Shay and Paisley; her siblings Linda ... (more)