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Brooks RCMP Officer Injured in Rollover Crash
A Mountie was airlifted to hospital after their police vehicle rolled over while responding to a call near Brooks.
Attempted Murder Trial Continues in Lethbridge Court
A trial started this week for 33 year old Robert John Sheppard. It's been adjourned now for two weeks until June 10.
Lethbridge Spray Parks Open for the Summer
The taps at Lethbridge's two spray parks have been turned on for the summer.
Taber Drug Bust, Police Chase Results in Arrest of Calgary Man
Taber Police seized carfentanil, cocaine, and a loaded handgun after a drug bust this week.
Woman Charged With Milk River Animal Cruelty Has Bail Conditions Corrected
April Irving was supposed to be released from a Lethbridge jail two weeks ago, however a mistake regarding an address kept her behind bars for a while longer.
Metis Nation of Alberta Hosts Grand Opening of Metis Trail in West Lethbridge
The major north-south arterial roadway runs all the way from Temple Boulevard to Walsh Drive with room to widen the roadway in the future.
Lethbridge Blue Cart Recycling a "Success" After First Round of Pick-Ups Complete
To date, 196 tonnes of recyclables have been collected from the curbside program and 171 tonnes of that has already been processed at the City’s Material Recovery Facility (MRF).
Lethbridge Senior Badly Hurt After Vicious Random Attack
A bizarre series of events resulting in an elderly Lethbridge woman badly beaten in her own home and a man from Ottawa behind bars.
City of Lethbridge Making Changes to West Side Road Construction
Changes are being made to help reduce traffic pressures from two major road construction projects in west Lethbridge.
Traditional Blackfoot Blessing Marks Construction of New Waterton Visitor Centre
Waterton Lakes National Park is part of the traditional territory of the Blackfoot people.
Trio of Coaldale Residents Facing Drug Trafficking Charges
A Taber Police officer was investigating a suspicious person and vehicle last week when the drugs were uncovered.
City of Lethbridge Mailing 2019 Property Tax Notices on Friday
Residents should have their property tax notices by the end of May.
Lethbridge Man Accused in Fatal Highway 3 Crash Back in Court
The case against Douglas Bagnall was adjourned Wednesday to June 19th.
Throne Speech Includes Many UCP Campaign Promises of Getting Alberta Back to Work
There weren't many surprises in the Throne Speech with Alberta's new UCP government planning to balance finances and kick-start job creation.
High Level Mayor: Evacuation Order Will Remain in Place for Near Future
Mayor Crystal McAteer says she knows it's not the news residents were hoping to hear but "the danger has not passed nor has it diminished."