The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce is looking to fill its newly created Executive Director role.
A University of Lethbridge Sociology Professor has uncovered some worrisome signs when it comes to the integration of Muslims in Canada.
5th on 5th Youth Services remains in a financial bind after the organization was unsuccessful Monday in securing emergency funding from the City
Lethbridge Transit should be adding a number of new vehicles to its fleet over the next 10 years through the Province's Green Trip Program.
Veteran Alberta Liberal MLA Laurie Blakeman says a provincial urban drilling policy must have clear boundaries on where drilling can and can't take place.
Organizers continue to build support in their bid to bring the 2019 Canada Winter Games to Lethbridge.
Two American men are facing numerous charges in connection with undeclared guns at the Coutts border.
Organizers are still in need of more than 300 volunteers to help with the Lethbridge leg of the Tour of Alberta this September.
Southern Alberta fields have taken on their signature yellow look in recent weeks as canola crops hit their flowering stage.
Lethbridge County will mark its 50th Anniversary with a celebration in Picture Butte on Saturday.
A smokey haze stemming from forest fires in BC continued to hang over southern Alberta on Thursday.
The Civic Ice Centre will be closed until mid-September due to mechanical issues with its ice plant.
A new web page will help you compare your water bill to the rest of your neighborhood.
On Monday July 21st 5th on 5th Youth Services will be asking Lethbridge City Council for $49,966 to help stabilize their operations.
A Kentucky man is facing charges after Canada Border Services seized a loaded .38 calibre semi-automatic pistol and magazine from a vehicle at the Chief Mountain Border Crossing on July 3rd.
Local organizers are getting set to showcase Lethbridge in the first phase of the Tour of Alberta on September 3rd
The Lethbridge-Medicine Hat jobless rate fell to 4.7% in June, down slightly from 4.9% in May.
Police say it appears a pick-up was southbound when it entered the northbound lane right in front of the semi.
A vet had to remove a cat's eye after the animal was shot in the eye with a pellet gun recently on the north side.
Members of the public are asked to help give feedback to Lethbridge Exhibition Park as it works its way through a re-branding process.