Following are the lists of the Southern Alberta School Divisions and the various wards and who is in and where there are some races:
October 2nd marks the Dave Rozdeba South Alberta Flight Academy’s Drone Games, in partnership with QinetiQ, Super T Aviation, and the Medicine Hat College.
Incumbent MP John Barlow has reasserted control of the Foothills riding for the Conservative Party of Canada in a landslide showing on Monday night where he took 69 per cent of the vote.
Conservative Party of Canada incumbent Rachael Harder was easily re-elected in Lethbridge despite a spirited challenge on the right from the People’s Party of Canada during the 36-day campaign, and a stronger than anticipated showing for the New Democrats locally on the left.
The City of Brooks will not be implementing the Restrictions Exemption Program (REP) at the Centennial Regional Arena and the JBS Canada Centre as originally planned.
The City of Brooks will be initiating the Restrictions Exemption Program (REP) at the Centennial Regional Arena and the JBS Canada Centre in response to the latest Provincial COVID-19 restrictions. Program/event-based REP will take effect Monday, September 20th with Facility based REP taking…
Following the announcement of new public health measures on Wednesday, Medicine Hat College (MHC) is shifting its timelines for vaccination and rapid testing on campus to meet the government’s Restriction Exemption Program.
While many residents may never see it, let alone appreciate it, thanks to the collaboration of the Alberta Fish and Game Association (AFGA) and the Alberta Conservation Association (ACA), many more kilometres of fencing just became antelope-friendly.
On Aug. 23, members of the Bow Island RCMP entered into an investigation for the possession of property obtained by crime in the Hamlet of Manyberries.
The Town of Milk River, Village of Warner, Village of Coutts, Milk River Cable Company and the Village of Foremost are coming together to improve broadband for their residents.
On Sept. 14 at approximately 11:20 p.m., Raymond/Magrath RCMP responded to a report of a car travelling south in the northbound lane of Highway 5.
As September 30th and the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation approach, the question of what various school divisions will do to get students involved and engaging with the holiday has arisen.
The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel the Broncs & Honky Tonks Rodeo originally scheduled for this weekend, September 17-19, 2021.
In light of rapidly rising COVID-19 cases in Alberta, Lethbridge College has made the decision to cancel this year’s Coulee Fest. Originally scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 18 on the college campus, decision-makers from across the college community agreed that the time wasn’t right to host a l…
Vaccinations are the safest and most effective way to protect communities from COVID-19’s damaging effects. At Alberta’s post-secondary institutions, vaccinations have proven to be a critical part of our fall safety plans. Today, we are building on previously announced measures by strengthen…
Effective Monday, September 13, the Campbell Clinic South and Family Medical Centre locations of Alberta Precision Laboratories (APL) in Lethbridge will be temporarily closed due to short-term staffing shortages. All patients with existing appointments at these locations have been contacted …
“Meet Southeastern Alberta’s Industry Changemakers, Trailblazers, Thinkers, and Inventors” – in collaboration with Verge Economic Development, APEX Alberta, Community Futures Entre-Corp, Medicine Hat College, and Alberta Innovates.
There have been some social media posts suggesting that emergent or urgent cancer surgeries have been delayed as a result of COVID-19 - this is not the case.
An Alberta couple recently pleaded guilty in St. Walburg provincial court to several hunting offences, including misrepresenting their place of residence, lying to a conservation officer and improperly harvesting and tagging game. The pair was fined a total of $14,340, concluding a long and …
After last year’s success at the Dave Rozdeba Flight Academy, teachers and students alike are looking forward to another year in the skies.
The Fort Macleod Health Centre Emergency Department (ED) will be temporarily closed from 8 a.m. Thursday, September 9, 2021 to 8 a.m. Friday, September 10 as it will be without on-site physician coverage.
A free online program to help participants manage their chronic condition is set to begin this month. Adult workshops occur once a week for six weeks and are two and half hours long.
Despite the ongoing drought, some rural water cooperatives haven’t received many extra requests for assistance or concern from members, said Eugene Wehlage, a member of the board of Directors for the Alberta Federation of Rural Water Co-ops.
Superintendent Roger Clarke and Deputy Superintendent Reagan Weeks are pleased to announce that Mark Heinricks has been chosen as the successful candidate for the role of Chief Deputy Superintendent. The transition will also include the move of Reagan Weeks to the Superintendent of Schools p…
Barry Morishita, current mayor of Brooks and former President of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association, will lead the Alberta Party into the 2023 election and the Legislature.
When a six year old girl was missing in Elkwater in mid-August, South Eastern Alberta Search & Rescue Association (SEASAR) volunteers were there as part of the search effort.
On August 26th, Alberta Gaming and Liquor, Wheatland Fire and local Health Inspectors conducted premise checks on the Gleichen Hotel and Liquor Store.
The British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) will be moving some military equipment on the Trans-Canada Highway and nearby railway tracks south of Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Suffield from Aug. 23-25 and Sept. 1-8, 2021.
ALERT has prevented possibly hundred of millions of fentanyl doses from hitting the streets after a superlab has been dismantled. More than 31 kilograms of fentanyl and precursors were seized, along with 7,600 kilograms of chemicals used in fentanyl production.
Cardston and area residents can continue to call 811 or go tp https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/topics/Page17058.aspx to book an appointment for a COVID-19 test. In addition, COVID-19 immunizations will be available at walk-in clinics on specific days, for those requiring a first or secon…
As summer programming winds down, the Brooks Makerspace looks forward to offering new and exciting opportunities for youth to explore new skills and interests.
Nathan Neudorf had five key objectives for Lethbridge when he was elected and the MLA for Lethbridge East has accomplished the last on the list with announced funding for a broadband project here.
On August 18, the Town of Coaldale broke ground on the $12.8 million wastewater lagoon facility upgrades project. MP Rachael Harder, MLA Grant Hunter, and Deputy Mayor Bill Chapman were in attendance at the groundbreaking ceremony, as well as a number of representatives from Chandos Construc…
Alberta’s government is investing over $1.1 million to support rural roads by upgrading bridges and culverts in the Brooks-Medicine Hat region.
A blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) bloom has been identified in areas of Milk River Ridge Reservoir, Ridge Park Beach, in the County of Warner. Residents living near the shores of this reservoir, as well as visitors to this reservoir, are advised to take the following precautions:
The British Army Training Unit Suffield (BATUS) will be moving some military equipment on the Trans-Canada Highway and nearby railway tracks south of Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Suffield from Aug. 23-25 and Sept. 1-8.
On July 28, 2021 at approximately 11:15 a.m., Gleichen RCMP responded to a complaint of child luring on Gleichen’s Main Street.
Mike Hertz, publisher of the Medicine Hat News and newspapers in the Alberta Newspaper chain including Prairie Post for 22 years, died Aug. 19 after battling through recurring bouts of cancer over the past 10 years.