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With both the twinning of Highway 3 between Taber and Burdett beginning in the spring, and the increase demand for resources Alberta can provide due to the COVID-19 pandemic, support for the Highway 3 Twinning Development Association has continued to grow within southern Alberta. The associa…

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The Lethbridge and District Exhibition Park will soon undergo a major expansion of its facilities, which includes building a new trade and convention centre. The Exhibition board is looking for feedback to help plan its facilities and events to best serve the community's needs.

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The 2020-21 Heritage Junior Hockey League season is no more.

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Glen Motz, Member of Parliament for Medicine Hat-Cardston-Warner launched his third annual Budget surveys in an effort to bring constituents’ views to Ottawa. There are three survey streams designed to gather specific information. One for municipal leaders to better understand what communiti…

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The Town of Coaldale announced Phase 1 of the Wayfinding Pilot Program has been completed and is now entering the public engagement phase. The Wayfinding Program was introduced alongside the Phase 1 of the pathways network expansion project which was completed in late 2020. The business dire…

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Lethbridge & District Exhibition has elected Bev Lanz as their 55th President of the Board of Directors, following their annual meeting at the end of January.

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The Coaldale/Picture Butte RCMP received numerous reports of break and enters over the span of a few weeks. Two suspects were located and arrested on February 5, 2021 in Coaldale, AB. putting to end a property crime spree that extended across southern Alberta.

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Every 64 seconds, AMA rescues a stranded driver. But when temperatures drop to extremes—as they’re expected to this weekend—that frequency increases to every 40 seconds! In fact, calls about dead batteries sometimes balloon by as much as six times during long cold snaps.

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The talk of separating from Canada by the western provinces, including loud cries from some Albertans, have increased over the pas number of months as topics such as equalization payments, energy policy decisions and even something like favouritism for economic bailouts for eastern companies…

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Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in the community later this month. 

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Ten firearms and nearly a quarter million dollars’ worth of drugs, cash, and vehicles were seized following a series of search warrants in Lethbridge. ALERT raided five homes and arrested five suspected drug dealers.

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On January 12, at approximately 9 a.m., High River RCMP received a complaint of a male threatened with a knife at the intersection of 12th Avenue and 16th Street.  

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At 1:34 p.m. Jan. 20, Brooks members responded to a complaint of fire at a grain elevator in a rural area west of Brooks near the JBS meat plant at Range Road 150 and Highway 1.