With credit for time already served, Jyi Trotter has 90 days left behind bars.
Man Charged with Evading Police Sentenced to Five Months in Jail
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Taber Police Arrest One Man; Large Amount of Stolen Property Found
38 year James Brander of Taber is facing numerous charges after a traffic stop in that southern Alberta town this week.
City of Lethbridge Seeking Public Feedback on Future Cycling Routes
The Cycling Corridor Functional Planning Study focuses on creating the next part of on-street, commuter cycling routes in Lethbridge, connecting up key pathways and existing roads.
Federal Conversion Therapy Ban Petition Launched by Two Lethbridge Organizations
The Lethbridge Public Interest Research Group and the YQueerL Society for Change are hoping to get the controversial practice of conversion therapy banned right across the country.
Ambitious $100 Million Fundraising Campaign Launched by University of Lethbridge
SHINE: The Campaign for the University of Lethbridge has already raised almost $67 million through generous gifts from nearly 9000 donors.
Holy Spirit School Division Opens New Early Learning Centre in North Lethbridge
Holy Spirit's Early Learning Coordinator, Lynn Saler, says this facility is all based on bringing kids back out to nature and encouraging families to play differently.
University of Lethbridge Permanently Raises Blackfoot Confederacy Flag
The U of L says the flag raising is symbolic of that desire to reconcile relations between aboriginal and non-aboriginal Canadians.
RCMP Seize Drugs, Gun, Stolen Property Near Taber
Three Lethbridge residents are facing charges after an investigation in a business break-in in the MD of Taber.
Lethbridge Police Get Stun Gun Off The Streets
Raymond resident facing a number of charges following a traffic stop in Lethbridge Tuesday night.
Lethbridge MP Tables Gun Legislation Petition From Coalhurst Teen
Rachael Harder tabled an e-petition in the House of Commons Wednesday from a local teen, which garnered more than 86,000 signatures against Bill C-71.
Low Grade Power Bar Cause of West Lethbridge Garage & House Fire
Investigators have determined a west side fire last weekend was accidental, caused by an electrical failure.
University of Lethbridge Allowing Marijuana on Campus
The University of Lethbridge Board of Governors ratified a policy June 15 designed to manage the use of Cannabis on the University Campus.
Lethbridge's 4th Annual Inclusion Awards Celebrates Diversity
The International Day of Disabilities (IDPD) committee of Lethbridge is looking for nominees for their inclusion awards.
Asbestos Abatement Causes Yates Renewal to Come in $560,000 Over Budget
The removal of hazardous materials increased the project's timeline and unplanned expenditures.
Lethbridge Exhibition Park Conceptual Design of Planned Trade & Convention Centre
Exhibition Park showing off a video of what a complete redevelopment could look like. Plans are in the works over the next few months to get the project to the final design stage.
Lethbridge-Based School Division Receives Top Grade
Holy Spirit Catholic Separate School Division receives an "A" from Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) for their anti-smoking policy.