Snowfall amounts in the areas affected by the warning could total between 25 to 40 centimetres by Saturday morning.
Snowfall Warnings Issued West of Lethbridge
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Live Training Taking Place at North Lethbridge Fire Station
Residents may notice smoke coming from the north side fire hall this week as live fire training takes place.
RCMP Investigating Death on Piikani First Nation
A 39 year old man is dead and Piikani RCMP as well as Major Crimes are investigating
National Postal Strike Looming
Job action will begin next week if agreements cannot be reached for the Urban Postal Operations and Rural and Suburban Mail Carriers (RSMC) bargaining units.
Lethbridge's Flu Clinics Now Underway
It's time to roll up your sleeve as the annual influenza clinics began on Tuesday.
Information For Lethbridge Residents On Legal Cannabis
At this point, the City of Lethbridge is not introducing any public consumption regulations.
Claresholm Elects New Town Councillor in By-Election
Claresholm chooses Mike Cutler to sit on Town Council
Development of Municipal Housing Strategy Ongoing in Lethbridge
A task force will lead the development of a Municipal Housing Strategy that will allow the City to understand and address the housing needs in the community until the year 2025.
North Lethbridge Industrial Fire Deemed Accidental
A fire at the Cavendish Farms Potato Processing on 2A Avenue North Friday evening has been listed as accidental.
Blood Tribe Police Arrest Teen After Alleged Threat Against School in Stand-Off
A 17 year old was taken into custody Sunday after police received a potential threat to the Kainai High School.
City Council Adopts Lethbridge Play Charter
Councillors have adopted a document outlining why play is important.
Woman Sentenced to Jail Time For Robbery at London Road Market
In a video posted to social media, Constance Red Crow, 26, is seen breaking a glass pop bottle and threatening a grocery store employee.
Pot Smoking Allowed at Some Campsites in Canada's National Parks
If you smoke marijuana and camp, you'll be allowed to indulge in some National Parks, however only in registered campsites for the most part.
Alberta Ready For Legalized Cannabis This Week
With marijuana to be legalized across the country October 17th, the health and safety of Albertans remains a top priority for the provincial government.
Poll: Six in Ten Albertans Plan to Get a Flu Shot This Year
The survey says a quarter of Albertans (24%) who don’t plan to get the flu shot said they feel it is unnecessary because they are healthy.
Southern Alberta Murder Investigation Still Very Active
Three years after the murder of Victoria Crow Shoe, Pincher Creek RCMP have release more information in the hope someone can help solve the crime.