Lethbridge News from Tuesday, December 4th, 2018
Lethbridge County Residents Inducted into 4-H Hall of Fame
Mark and Pat Sayers, from Lethbridge County, received the honour Tuesday, December 4th.
Dry9 Movement Celebrates One Year of Supporting Alcohol-Free Pregnancies
The inaugural year saw over 1,150 women commit to not consuming alcohol during pregnancy.
Federal Government Getting Tough on Canadian Drivers
On December 18, mandatory alcohol screening will authorize law enforcement to demand a breath sample at the roadside from any driver that has been lawfully stopped.
Lethbridge Herald to Stop Printing Sunday Newspaper
Starting in the New Year, the Lethbridge Herald will no longer be a daily paper, deciding to no longer print a Sunday edition.
Lethbridge Man Arrested For Multiple Offences, Accused of Assaulting Police Officer
31 year old Michael Hahn is facing several charges including assaulting an officer, evading police, dangerous driving, disqualified driving and possession of stolen property just to name a few.
Lethbridge MP Blasts PM For Comments at G-20 Summit
Conservative Rachael Harder says if Justin Trudeau wants to talk about male construction workers having a negative impact on rural communities, he should look no further than the person in the mirror.
NHL Officially Approves Expansion to Seattle
The National Hockey League will has a 32nd team starting in the 2021-22 season.
Lethbridge Pays High Gas Prices As Do Retailers
Retailers in Lethbridge are paying 97 cents a litre for product, add in overhead costs and customers are paying roughly 12 cents more at the pump.
1.82% Tax Increase For Lethbridge Residents in New Four Year Operating Budget
City Council's Finance Committee got one last look at the proposed new four year operating budget Monday.