October 8th, 2015

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J.W. SchnarrLethbridge Heraldjwschnarr@lethbridgeherald.comSome local children with unique learning challenges will be able to enjoy a brand new learning environment at Nicholas Sheran Community School, with help from the business community.A classroom and a sensory room were enhanced and given a new makeover thanks to Vivint Gives

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Local News

  • Latest emergency room facelift completed at Chinook Regional

    Dave MabellLethbridge Heralddmabell@lethbridgeherald.comOpening today, there’s a new entranceway and waiting area for emergency room patients at Chinook Regional Hospital.While ambulances will continue to use a ramp off 19 Street S., driveup patients will be directed to a new drop-off zone and roadway from... Read More »

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  • SACPA to discuss Syrian refugee crisis

    Lethbridge HeraldLast month, the Syrian refugee crisis came home to the world.Several months earlier, however, an ad hoc coalition of Mennonite and United Church congregations had begun to plan and fundraise for the adoption of a Syrian refugee family. That family of nine is now... Read More »

    7 hours ago
  • Guilty plea filed in case of parking meter thefts

    Lethbridge HeraldTime has run out for a man charged last year with stealing money from university parking meters.After numerous adjournments, Richard Douglas Lutwick, 59, finally pleaded guilty Wednesday in Lethbridge provincial court to one count of theft over $5,000.But the former parking manager at... Read More »

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Local Sports

  • Dog days are here

    Dylan PurcellLethbridge Heraldsports@lethbridgeherald.comIt hasn’t been an easy high school football season for the Winston Churchill Bulldogs — and it won’t get any easier tonight as they travel to Cardston for a 7 p.m. game against the Cougars. The Bulldogs’ Southern Alberta High School... Read More »

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  • Plenty of Southern Alta. on CIS rosters

    High School Notebook column by Dave Wells Traditionally, there are very few local high school sporting showdowns on the Thanksgiving weekend. However, there is a bounty leading up to the weekend, with one major crowd draw set for Friday evening.•••The South Zone High... Read More »

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  • Canes hand Rebels first loss

    Dale WoodardLethbridge Heraldsports@lethbridgeherald.comThe Lethbridge Hurricanes power play continues to find the back of the net. The Hurricanes downed the Red Deer Rebels 5-2 during Western Hockey League action Tuesday night at the Enmax Centre.Lethbridge’s power play went three-for-six, led by a pair of... Read More »

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  • The benefits of inquiring minds

    With this week’s announcement that Arthur McDonald has shared the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics, the Canadian scientist has joined an elite club. It’s elite not only in the fact that he becomes part of a select group of Nobel Prize winners around the world, but he’s also one of just 14 Canadian scientists who ... Read More »

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  • Parents-kids talk can help well-being

    Parents may talk about a variety of things with their children, but discussing how their kids are handling stress apparently isn’t high on the list. According to a study called “Taking the Pulse of Canada’s Kids: A Landmark Study on Physical, Social, Emotional and Mental Well-being,” parents are more likely to talk to their kids ... Read More »

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  • Canada should do more to aid refugees

    Mansoor Ladha The migrant crisis currently facing Europe and the tragic death of three-year-old Alan Kurdi, whose body was washed away on the shores of Turkey, brings back memories of the Asian exodus from Uganda in 1972. Ugandan dictator Idi Amin embarked upon a campaign of racial cleansing, expelling people of Asian descent, including third-generation ... Read More »

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Letters to The Editor

  • Niqab a tradition that deserves respect

    I’m not a Muslim – in fact, I’m not a religious man at all. And I’m certainly not a fan of religious traditions like the niqab, which I see as a relic of a time when women were, at best, second-class human beings. But the courts are right: Stephen Harper’s ban on wearing the niqab ... Read More »

    13 hours ago
  • Harper’s plan produces no action

    Harper is trying to perfect rhetoric as a substitute for action. He repeats that he has a plan for creating jobs. He says he has set aside a billion dollars. Then nothing happens. The program is always pending. We wait, and nothing happens, except millions are spent on advertising the invisible plan. Focus is always ... Read More »

    13 hours ago
  • More deficits or higher taxes?

    What could you do with $26 billion? What could our national government do if it had $26 billion to spare? In 2014, that is what it cost our federal government to service the national debt. That is 10 cents out of every tax dollar the feds took in. And that is in a time of ... Read More »

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