With many clients who drive to Lethbridge to access the 5th on 5th Youth Services, it will have a negative affect if the youth building has to stop multiple programs due to a lack of funding. 

One can visit even more of Canada’s national historic sites and national parks from coast to coast on Google Maps or Google Earth.

Foremost students will again have the chance to learn more about Canada, and especially Quebec, with a trip east during the Easter Break in 2015.

More than 50 medical students will descend on Bow Island this weekend (Oct. 25-26) to take part in a Medical Skills Weekend hosted by the Rural Physician Action Plan (RPAP), the Town of Bow Island, Village of Foremost and County of Forty Mile.

Friday, 24 October 2014 08:00

Lethbridge ladies’ hospital auxiliary decides to disband

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They started out gathering informally more than 70 years ago — women from different churches knitting socks for Second World War soldiers and stitching pajamas and bedding for sick children at the city’s historic Galt Hospital.

Thursday, 23 October 2014 08:23

EBHS girls’ volleyball team bonds in Hawaii

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A trip to Hawaii for the senior girls’ Eagle Butte High School volleyball team in August offers a valuable opportunity to bond as a team and become a cohesive unit on the court for the season which starts in September.

Thursday, 23 October 2014 08:21

Fromm returned as Westwind board chair

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He’s been a trustee for more than 20 years, but Ron Fromm doesn’t consider himself part of the ‘old guard’ of the Westwind School Board.

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