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 On October 18, at approximately 2:45 p.m., members of the Claresholm RCMP detachment, with the assistance of Stavely Fire Department and M.D. of Willow Creek Peace Officers responded to a motor vehicle collision at the intersections of Township Road 142 and Range Road 262 near Stavely, AB.

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With the first semester of the Prairie Rose Art Institute well underway, students are taking the chance to hone their skills in sketching, painting and sculpture across the Prairie Rose School Division.

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For a second year in a row, the Foremost Municipal Library’s Annual Pumpkin Festival Auction is fully online due to COVID-19 protocols.

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Foremost School is set to look much greener as they move into their first full year with the Foremost School Agricultural Resource Model, or F.A.R.M. programming.

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After 73 years of operation, Tilley School moves into their new building, which will be opening on September 28th. 

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As a businessman and enthusiastic citizen, Mitchell Iwassa has always marketed and been a major supporter of Brooks; now he does it full time for the City's new Economic Development Officer.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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 …

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“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.