Stacey Carlson, 28, and Heinrich Froese, 22, were charged in July.
Two Charged with Beating, Robbing Taber Man Expected to Schedule Trial Next Month
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Woman Gets Jail Time For Assaulting Senior; Threatening Bank Employees
38 year old Stacy White Man has pleaded guilty to several charges including assault with a weapon and assault causing bodily harm after an incident two weeks ago.
UPDATE: Lethbridge Police Investigating Death After Apartment Fire
One person has been found dead following an apartment fire Saturday morning on 6 Street South.
Crash South of Coaldale Sends Several to Hospital
Mounties are investigating a serious crash Monday south of Coaldale involving a stolen truck.
Police Make Arrest After Stabbing on Blood Reserve
29 year old Dexter Scout is facing several charges after being arrested by Blood Tribe Police.
Paving Taking Place in Lethbridge's the Canyons Tuesday
A section of Canyon Boulevard West, near the entrance to the Paradise Canyon Golf Resort will be down to one lane Tuesday (Nov 13) for paving
Lethbridge's Galt Museum Receives Donation of WW1 Medals
Only 222 Japanese Canadians fought in the Great War (1914-1918) however, now Lethbridge has a greater connection to one who served.
Globemaster Cancelled for Lethbridge Remembrance Day Ceremony
The November 11th flyover by the Royal Canadian Air Force CC-177 Globemaster III cancelled due to a change in the availability of the aircraft.
Lethbridge Police Arrest City Man on Outstanding Warrants and Add New Drug Charges
Lethbridge Police recovered quantities of methamphetamine, heroin, cash and drug trafficking paraphernalia and cell phones.
Alberta's Government to Ensure People With Disabilities or Low Incomes have Stable, Predictable Supports.
The legislation would mark the first increase to AISH benefits since 2012.
Alberta RCMP Focus on Seatbelt Safety in November
As Albertans welcome winter once again, Alberta RCMP is reminding all drivers and passengers that traffic safety starts with buckling up.
Pioneer Hi-Bred Named Title Sponsor For 2019 World Men's Curling in Lethbridge
Al Cameron with Curling Canada says tickets sales for the event have been strong, however local organizers are still in need of more volunteers.
New Home Construction in Lethbridge Area Sees Significant Drop in October
Canada Mortgage and Housing says in October, ground broke on just 37 homes in the Lethbridge Census Metropolitan Area. That's a 70% drop from the same month last year.
Lethbridge County Completes Calcium Base Stabilization Project at 138 Miles
“The completion of this project is a significant accomplishment for the County,” says Chief Administrative Officer Ann Mitchell.
AUPE Members at University of Lethbridge Rally For Collective Agreement
AUPE Vice-President, Susan Slade says the 500 members at the U of L have been fighting hard for a collective agreement, but have recently reached an impasse.
Lethbridge City Council Salaries Being Reviewed in New Four Year Operating Budget
As of January 1st, 2019 there will be no more legislation allowing municipally-elected officals' salaries and allowances to be one-third tax free. Some Alberta municipalities are looking at ways for Council members to make up the salary shortfall.