June 7th, 2023

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Justin Sibbet – LETHBRIDGE HERALD – Local Journalism Initiative Reporter There may only be 52 weeks in a year, but reserving one for seniors following their lifetime of hard work is an easy decision.  From June 5-11, seniors are being celebrated across the province in a wide range of ways from activities and events to a simple

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  • Women motorcyclists rally for charity

    Women in the Wind WindSun Riders Chapter Lethbridge held its inaugural Motorcycle Poker Rally on Saturday. The rally stretched 245 kilometres and riders revved up at Honkers Bar and Grill and rode to Cattlemen’s Chophouse in Picture Butte, down to Simply Irresistible in Welling, up to Fort MacLeod’s Stronghold Brewing and back to Honkers. Riders ... Read More »

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  • Digital media company drawing attention to the Lethbridge

    LETHBRIDGE HERALDapulido@lethbridgeherald.com Lethbridge has been gaining national and international attention thanks to a local digital media production company that has partners up with a few local organizations. Winged Whale Media CEO, Ed Limon said they recently partnered up with the Tourism Lethbridge to create a 360° video and won an international award. “We won gold ... Read More »

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  • Vulcan celebrating Spock Days on weekend

    LETHBRIDGE HERALDapulido@lethbridgeherald.com The Town of Vulcan is getting ready to welcome visitors beaming in from all parts of the province and beyond to take part in their annual Spock Days this weekend. Vulcan tourism adviser Olivia McLean said Spock Days brings the community together and gives everyone an opportunity to enjoy all things Star Trek. ... Read More »

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Local Sports

  • Comets look to repeat as provincial champs

    By Justin Seward Lethbridge Herald The Raymond Comets senior high school girls rugby team are vying for their 12th  Tier 1 provincial banner in 13 seasons this weekend in Calgary. The Comets are going into the year-end finale undefeated and have a more balanced roster this year compared to the 2022 championship run. “They’re a ... Read More »

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  • Lethbridge Orcas ride waves into new season

    By Justin Seward Lethbridge Herald The Lethbridge Orcas Summer Swim Club splashed  into a new season with the focus of having fun and make personal improvements with each meet. “I mean they’re racing against other swimmers in the region, but it all comes down to their time and improving on their time,” said Orcas head ... Read More »

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  • SportFest to provide interactive experience today

    By Justin Seward Lethbridge Herald The annual  Lethbridge Sport Council’s  SportFest is providing attendees with a one-stop shop interactive experience for anything sport to physical literacy today. Featured at SportFest are 40 exhibitors from local sporting organization that are showcasing  programs and services in the community. “Both fields are going to be full of sport ... Read More »

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  • Community Builder Awards celebrate everyday heroes

    FROM THE HILL Rachael Thomas – Conservative Member of Parliament for Lethbridge “Genuine celebrations are the punctuation marks that make sense of the passage of time; without them, there are no beginning and endings. Life becomes an endless series of Wednesdays.” – David Campbell  It is time to celebrate our amazing community! Lethbridge is not ... Read More »

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  • UCP not the only party that needs to be accountable

    OUR OPINION It’s over! Albertans have made their choice at the polling booths and for better, or worse, we have pretty much the status quo. The UCP is still in charge but their majority has been reduced substantially.Will this be a lesson learned for Danielle Smith or are we facing four years of turmoil under ... Read More »

    7 days ago
  • Albertans should ‘think Alberta, vote local’ this election

    GUEST OPINION ALBERTA MUNICIPALITIES BOARD OF DIRECTORS If you’ve been following Alberta’s election, then you know that municipal infrastructure, public safety and healthcare are among the issues that are on many Albertans’ minds as they consider how to vote this time around.  Alberta Municipalities (ABmunis), an association that represents 275 communities across Alberta, wants political ... Read More »

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Letters to The Editor

  • Take Back Alberta is really in charge of running the province now

    Editor: So the people have spoken! The UCP has been re-elected, and we have a Premier; but just who is it? We may believe it is someone called Danielle; but I beg to differ!   Let me explain. First off, the new UCP has a new name! Radical, you say? Well just who is it that ... Read More »

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  • Misinformation and fear run rampant in 2023

    Editor:  It is of critical importance that the record be set straight regarding many statements made by the NDP, especially where Lethbridge and area is concerned, since February of this year.  The first is the doctor shortage in Lethbridge; the doctor shortage in Lethbridge has existed continually since 1994 when I was a member of ... Read More »

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  • Lethbridge’s recycling system shows democracy in action

    Editor: Our country had a problem – too much garbage being generated and too many uncontrolled landfills.  Eighty percent of the waste material going into the landfills was Industrial, commercial and Institutional (ICI) – 20 per cent was post consumer household waste.  Our city of Lethbridge saw the figures and a plan was developed. The ... Read More »

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