A downturn in the economy the past two years has landed an Alberta not-for-profit in a deficit situation, forcing the closure of three offices including the one in Lethbridge.
Parkinson Association of Alberta Announces Closure of Lethbridge Storefront Office
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Man Takes Responsibility for Assaulting Toddler; Sentenced to Two Years in Jail
The 32-year old pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm, while an additional charge of failing to provide the necessaries of life was withdrawn by the Crown.
Man Arrested Accused of Filming Kids at Lethbridge Pool Change Room
An 18 year old man has been arrested by ALERT, accused of videoing kids & adults in change rooms at the U of L pool.
SADD Winner From Taber
A student from W.R. Myers High School in Taber, is the overall winner of the third annual Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD) Alberta Liquor Bag Design Contest.
Province Approves $14-Million to Construct New Lethbridge Elementary School
School District 51 Associate Superintendent, Christine Lee, says this is the first school to be built in south Lethbridge in more than 55 years.
Chlorine Levels Increased in Lethbridge Water as a Health Precaution
A high level of debris entering Lethbridge's water treatment plant means the City has increased the levels of chlorine in the water to destroy any potentially harmful bacteria or viruses.
Police Investigating Potential Threat to Lethbridge Middle School
The investigation is in the early stages as police work to determine the credibility of the threat.
Road Bans Issued in Lethbridge County During Spring Thaw
Lethbridge County as well as other some other local rural municipalities have issued road bans.
NDP Government Budget Pledges to Balance Provincial Books by 2023-24
Alberta's deficit is expected to grow to $96 billion, but the government says it plans to have a balanced budget within the next five years.
Record Amount of Suspected Cocaine Seized at Carway Border Crossing
Bradley Michael Gaudrault, 26 of Fort McMurray, is facing two counts after CBSA officers discovered 31 kilograms of what they believe is cocaine.
Man Charged in Connection to Stabbing at South Apartment Building
Lukus Stewart, 32, is charged with one count of aggravated assault. The victim remains in hospital in serious but stable condition.
Vulcan RCMP Make Arrest After Snowmobile Chase
A wild day Wednesday involving four RCMP detachments, a snowmobile chase and a 34 year old man being arrested on several outstanding warrants and several new charges.
Police on Blood Reserve Working Hard to Bust Street Level Drug Dealers
Blood Tribe Police A/Inspector Farica Syrette says they have dedicated officers working overtime shifts, focusing strictly on busting street level dealers on the reserve.
Taber Police Concerned About Recent Spike in Crystal Meth Seizures
Police Chief Graham Abela tells CJOC there have been 12 incidents involving crystal meth since the start of the year.
Police Investigating Stabbing at Scenic Drive Apartment Building
Two men were found injured along the 1600 block of Scenic Drive South around 6:30 Wednesday morning (Mar. 21).
Campus Alberta Partners Announce Improved Pathways for Business Students
The agreement allows students who have successfully completed the equivalent of at least one academic term with an Alberta Partner Institution to receive full credit toward any other Ministry-approved business certificate, diploma or degree program within the Campus Alberta Partners.