Lethbridge News from Thursday, December 6th, 2018
United Conservatives Calling For Alberta Election as Soon as Possible
UCP Leader Jason Kenney says he's requesting the Premier ask the Lieutenant Governor to sign the writ starting a general election in early February for a vote in early March.
Drug Treatment Options Opening Soon on Blood Reserve
The Alberta government made the announcement Thursday. Renovations are underway with plans to open the new facility in early 2019.
Lethbridge Man Charged With Dangerous Driving, Evading Police
41 year old Kyle Koch is facing a long list of charges after an incident Wednesday night in north Lethbridge.
Blood Tribe Land Claim Case Wrapping Up in Calgary Court
The Blood Tribe claims its traditional land encompasses far more territory than what it currently has.
Lethbridge Residents Can Save by Prepaying 2019 Property Taxes
Property Tax Manager, Kerry Boogaart says property owners who are not already enrolled in the monthly TIPP tax payment plan, can still get a discount on their total 2019 tax bill by paying some or all of their taxes early.
UPDATE:Fort Macleod Missing Teen Located
17 year old Emma May Hart has been located and RCMP want to thank the public's help
Lethbridge Police Getting Ready For Stricter Drunk Driving Rules in Canada
Starting December 18th, if a police officer pulls you over for any reason, he or she can ask you to blow into a breathalyzer to test for alcohol consumption, regardless of whether the officer suspects drunk driving.
Taber Police Arrest Pair Concerning Stolen Licence Plate & Drugs
38 year old Daniel Chrysler and 40 year old Lori Malinky have been arrested by Taber Police.