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Needle Found in North Lethbridge Swimming Pool
Staff cleared Stan Siwik Pool for a period of time last Saturday after a syringe was found in the tot pool.
Lethbridge County Administration Building Going Solar
SolarWind Renewable Energy is installing 220 solar panels over the next few weeks on the roof of the County's Admin Building in downtown Lethbridge.
Lethbridge Mayor Addresses Business Concerns Surrounding Supervised Drug Site
"There is no easy solution." That from Mayor Chris Spearman after complaints have been fired his way from some Lethbridge businesses near the supervised drug consumption site.
Lethbridge Police Charge Pair After Incident Outside London Road Market
A 26 year old woman and 25 year old man from Lethbridge are facing charges after a broken bottle was used as a weapon during an altercation this week.
City of Lethbridge Issues River Valley Fire Ban
The recent warm conditions, coupled with a lack of rainfall and more hot and breezy weather in the forecast, has increased the local risk of wildfires.
Boil Water Order For Portion of Lethbridge County Now Ended
A boil water order since July 5th for Lethbridge North County Potable Water Coop customers is now over.
Businesses Near Lethbridge Safe Drug Consumption Site Concerned About Negative Impacts
Lethbridge businesses near the SCS say they've lost big revenue and are fed up with the daily activity of overdoes, injections, drug dealings, vehicle break-ins and harassment of customers.
City of Lethbridge Wraps Up 2018 Street Sweeping Program
The City of Lethbridge gave out 1359 tickets for unmoved vehicles this year during annual street sweeping. That's down from just under 1700 last year.
Lethbridge College Holding Popular Coulee Fest Again
The first event was held as part of the College's 60th anniversary last year, however the free family festival is set to go again on Saturday, September 15th.
Alberta Government Expands Inclusive Education Programming to University of Lethbridge
The U of L will share $575,000 as Inclusion Alberta helps support post-secondary students with disabilities.
Hot Summer Weather Prompts More Fire Advisories For Southern Alberta
The Crowsnest Pass and Calgary Forest Area are the latest to issue fire advisories thanks to the hot, dry summer weather.
Brocket Elementary School Teacher Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Charges
Mark Anderson, 44, noted that he doesn't remember a time in his life when he was not attracted to children.
Stirling Man Gets Jail Time For Defrauding Lethbridge Insurance Company
37 year old Stephan Evanson will spend the next 14 months behind bars for defrauding Schwartz Reliance Insurance out $540,000.
Alberta Government Improving Access to AISH Supports
Alberta's Minister of Community and Social Services was in Lethbridge Monday to announce a streamlined process for those applying for the Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) program.
Lethbridge City Council Appoints New City Manager
Bramwell Strain, a deputy provincial minister in Manitoba, with previous ties to Lethbridge, is the new City Manager, replacing Garth Sherwin who retired late last year.