The City of Lethbridge says all three locations will be closing down next Friday (Nov. 30).
Yard Waste Sites Set to Close for the Season
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Opioid Deaths May Be Peaking, Lethbridge SCS Still Most Used In Alberta
158 people died from apparent fentanyl-related overdoses, down from 167 in the previous three months.
Provincial Government Expanding Scope of Practice For Alberta Midwives
More parents and their newborns will have access to maternal and reproductive health services in their communities thanks to an expansion of midwifery services in Alberta.
Five Names in Hat Vying For UCP Nomination in Lethbridge East
When the United Conservative Party eventually holds its candidate vote in Lethbridge-East, there will be a few people looking to lock down the nomination.
Matteotti Family Gifts $100,000 to Lethbridge College Kodiak Athletics
The money coming from long-time donors Flora and Val Matteotti this week will go toward the Kodiaks recruitment fund, the team of the year award and athletic scholarships.
Alberta Premier Seeking Industry Interest in Oil Refining
The Provincial government talking the talk and walking the walk as Premier Rachel Notley announced Tuesday the NDP is accepting proposals for a new oil refinery.
Lethbridge Police Charge Man With Stabbing; Victim in Serious Condition in Hospital
30 year old William Fick is charged with aggravated assault after a fight escalated into a road rage incident and a stabbing Monday afternoon.
Alberta RCMP Plan to Check Every Driver They Lawfully Stop For Impaired Driving
Life is going to change for many Canadian drivers in this country December 18th, when new federal drunk driving laws come into play.
Home Building in Lethbridge Region Down 27% So Far in 2018
Unsold inventory for local builders is the main reason for the new home construction slow down this year across the Lethbridge region.
Coaldale Considering Options to Incorporate Public Rec Centre with New School
The Town of Coaldale and Palliser Regional Schools continue to explore ways to work together.
Lethbridge Man Charged Following Weekend Street Robbery
23 year old Nicholas Heavy Runner is facing charges of robbery, possession of a dangerous weapon, and obstructing police.
Lethbridge Public Library to Offer FREE Memberships
Thanks to Lethbridge City Council, city residents will be able to enjoy a complementary membership to the Lethbridge Public Library's facilities during their centennial year.
Lethbridge City Council Approves 2019-2022 Operating Budget
The approved budget carries a 1.82% tax increase for Lethbridge residents over the next four years.
Work Getting Underway Soon on Major Renovation Project in Coaldale
As recently outlined in the 2019-2021 Operating and Capital Budget, Coaldale will see a major renovation, expansion and modernization to its existing fire hall in the new year.
Lab-Confirmed Influenza Cases in Province Still Lowest in Southern Alberta
This region continues to have the least amount of confirmed flu cases so far this season.
Court: Lethbridge Man Pleads Guilty in Connection to Death of Baby Boy
A two week trial for Tyler Hogan was supposed to start Monday (Dec. 10) in Lethbridge, however he pleaded guilty at the start in connection to the death of nine month old Austin Wright in 2016.