On Sept. 22, the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) was directed to investigate the circumstances surrounding a serious injury sustained by a 35-year-old Lethbridge police officer following the discharge of a firearm at the Lethbridge Police Service (LPS) firing range.
- Swift Current Municipal Detachment busy Sept. 18
- Rosebud Theatre presents A Christmas Carol
- Investigation into firearm discharge resulting in injury at Lethbridge police range
- Invest Alberta Corporation appoints Chief Executive Officer who has Lethbridge ties
- International Day of the Older Person celebrated in Taber Oct. 1
After a competitive recruitment process, the Invest Alberta Corporation’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce Dr. David Knight Legg as the Corporation’s first Chief Executive Officer (CEO). As CEO, David will lead an aggressive global campaign to attract high-value and high-impact inve…
In support of Rail Safety Week, the RCMP reminds Albertans to exercise caution near rail crossings and dissuades individuals from trespassing onto tracks. In 2019, Alberta had the second highest number of total railway crossing incidents, accounting for 20% of all incidents across the country.
The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the dates indicated:
The finalists for the 22nd annual Swift Current Business Excellence (SCBEX) Spirit of Swift Current awards were revealed during a livestreamed video announcement on Facebook and YouTube, Sept. 17.
Swift Current's downtown Market Square continued a popular annual tradition with the hosting of the Cruising' the Market Show and Shine, Sept. 12. There was a good turnout of around 80 vehicles for the event. The category winners were:
Please find attached this week’s Cattle Market Update. Highlights include:
The Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede Beef Pen Show and Cowboy Christmas Tradeshow will not take place.
A dedicated group of volunteer humanitarians help contribute in feeding those malnourished across the world.
Rosebud Theatre is thrilled to announce that we will be bringing live theatre back to Alberta, re-opening on November 6 with a safely distanced Charles Dickens’ classic, ‘A Christmas Carol.’
At the end of March Friesen Press and Jump into the Story Media jointly released local author, Ray Friesen’s, second book, Wandering the Wilderness: A Guide for Weary Wanderers and Searching Skeptics.
The 2020-21 Write Out Loud season launches digitally at 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 16, featuring acclaimed author, Joan Thomas.