Construction work in front of the Civic Ice Centre downtown is expected to wrap up by the middle of the week.
Road Work in Front of Lethbridge's Civic Ice Centre Aims to Improve Pedestrian Safety
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Donna Courage suffered minor injuries Saturday night when an unknown assailant burst through her door.
CFIB Report Card Shows Alberta Lagging Behind in Cutting Red Tape for Small Businesses
Alberta came in at the bottom of the 2018 ratings, receiving an "F" for the second year in a row.
Benchmark Report: Lethbridge With Some of the Best Roadways in Alberta
The report indicates Lethbridge has the second-best roadway conditions among participating communities, with only 6% of local roads deemed in poor condition.
Gas Prices Expected to Rise in Lethbridge
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Dr. Robert Ballard & Catriona Le May Doan Lead Speakers at Lethbridge Leadership Event
The man who discovered the wreckage of the RMS Titanic will be a keynote speaker at this year's Lethbridge Greatness in Leadership event.
Major Earthquake Strikes Off Alaska; Tsunami Warnings Cancelled
Tsunami Warnings have been cancelled along the B.C. coast after a strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 8.2 struck off of Alaska early Tuesday morning.
Curbside Recycling Pilot Program for Select Lethbridge Homes to get Underway Soon
An update on the initiative was provided to Lethbridge City Council at its regular meeting Monday.
Site Inspection by Alberta Labour Reveals No Infractions at Lethbridge Burger King Location
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Small Dog Attacked and Killed by Off-Leash Dog in South Lethbridge Park
The accused dog and its owner left the area of Gyro Park after the attack and haven't been located.
Trial Set for Raymond Teacher Charged with Child Luring, Sexual Exploitation
Jentry Jack Salmon, 33, is expected to go to trial in Lethbridge from March 18 to April 5, 2019.
Police Investigating Sudden Death at High Level Bridge
The public is asked to stay away from the area until the investigation is completed.
Lethbridge Exhibition Park gets $1.1 Million from Province for Trade and Convention Centre Project
Lethbridge & District Exhibition was awarded $1.1 million for the “shovel ready” document for Phase One of the Trade and Convention Centre.
Case of Lethbridge Man, Charged with Physically Assaulting a Toddler, Could Soon be Resolved
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Pfizer Warning of EpiPen Shortage in Canada
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ALERT Bust: Police Seize Semi-Automatic Rifle From Suspected Lethbridge Drug Dealer
A 26 year old man has been arrested following a drug bust at a north Lethbridge home.