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Raymond Man Charged by RCMP Relating to Historical Sex Crime Investigation
RCMP in Picture RCMP have charged a 49 year old man from Raymond with sex assaults, alleging the crimes took place 30 years year ago.
Living Space for Foreign Workers Found by AHS in Lethbridge Burger King
Sadiq Holdings Inc. was issued a health order on January 10 by an Executive Officer of Alberta Health Services, which found the Burger King location to be in violation of Alberta's Food Regulation.
Work Continuing on Time, Under Budget for Phase 2 of ATB Centre
The City of Lethbridge says the leisure centre should be complete and handed over to the City by the end of this year.
Two Arrested After Lethbridge Police Seize Knives, Swords, Drugs, & Sawed Off Shotgun
Lethbridge Police have charged two people in connection to an ongoing investigation of drug trafficking activity in the downtown core.
Southern Alberta Conservative MP Heading to Washington to Talk NAFTA
Foothills MP John Barlow is accompanying Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, Deputy Leader Lisa Raitt, Trade Critic Dean Allison and Ontario MP Colin Carrie.
Lethbridge Construction Site Worker Recovering in Hospital After Falling Down Manhole
Three stations responded to the industrial site Monday afternoon before the High Angle Rescue Team was called in to lift the worker out of the man-hole.
Memorial Scholarship to Honour Southern Alberta Woman Killed in Las Vegas Shooting
The Okotoks woman was among 58 people who lost their lives in a mass shooting in Las Vegas last October.
Taber Man Facing Charges, Including Assault with a Weapon, After Weekend Incident
Police were called to a home along the 5000 block of 43rd avenue on Saturday afternoon.
Nobleford Applying to Province for Town Status
After 100 years of being known as a village, Nobleford is applying to the Minister of Municipal Affairs to be referred to as a town.
Still No Trial for Milk River Animal Cruelty Case Three Years Later
The Alberta SPCA tells CJOC there is still a warrant for April Irving's arrest in this province, but the SPCA has no direct involvement in her arrest or prosecution.
Lethbridge Police Charge Two Men with Southern Alberta Property Crime Spree
The Lethbridge Police Priority Crimes Unit says the pair was responsible for break-ins, thefts from vehicles, theft of vehicles, mischief to property, arson, driving offences and more.
Brocket Teacher Charged With Child Porn Offences Suspended by Peigan Board of Education
44 year old Mark Anderson has been suspended from his teaching duties in Brocket after he was charged last week with child exploitation offences.
Parks Canada Selects Town Plaza Design Concept For New Waterton Visitor Centre
The new Waterton Visitor Centre will feature a central plaza aimed at highlighting the beauty Waterton Park has to offer.
Lethbridge's Scheidegger Rink Wins Alberta Scotties; Heading to National Curling Event
A come-from-behind victory Sunday earning Lethbridge's Casey Scheidegger and her rink the right to represent Alberta at the National Women's Curling Championship in Penticton, BC.
Two Injured, One Seriously After Crash South of Lethbridge
Icy conditions are believed to be a factor in a collision between a car and van Saturday morning on Highway 5 near Welling.