August 27th, 2016

Featured Story

J.W. Schnarr and Ian Martens Lethbridge Herald jwschnarr@lethbridgeherald.com Part of main street in Coaldale was closed for several hours Friday after a woman brought a stick of dynamite to the town’s RCMP detachment. Around 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, a woman attended the Coaldale RCMP Municipal Detachment and told police she had found a single stick

Read More »

Poll

Do you think Stephen Harper was, overall, a good prime minister for Canada?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...


Local News

  • Selling cocaine to cop nets prison sentence

    Delon Shurtz Lethbridge Herald dshurtz@lethbridgeherald.com A 32-year-old father of two young children has been sent to prison for selling drugs to an undercover police officer. Riley Graham Stevens pleaded guilty Friday in Lethbridge provincial court to five counts of drug trafficking. He was sentenced to two years in a federal penitentiary, ordered to provide a ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • Kim Mitchell delivered as promised to Whoop-Up crowd

    Review by Nick Kuhl Lethbridge Herald nkuhl@lethbridgeherald.com Kim Mitchell hit the stage promptly at 9:30 p.m. Thursday at Whoop-Up Days. He opened with “Lager & Ale.” Those in attendance at Pioneer Park’s Gas King Stage beat him to the punch. “Lethbridge, how ya doing?” asked Mitchell, the veteran Canadian rock star and three-time Juno winner. ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • For music lovers, it’s been a Slice

    Dave Mabell Lethbridge Herald dmabell@lethbridgeherald.com It’s showcased thousands of musicians from across Canada. It’s served up countless thin-crust pizzas, and earned a legion of friends. But co-owner Tyler Freed says it’s time to close The Slice and move on. An aging structure, increased business competition and the stresses of finances and long hours are behind ... Read More »

    2 hours ago

Local Sports

  • Rookie is determined

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com Calen Addison is planning on sticking around. As the Lethbridge Hurricanes headed into Day 2 of their Rookie Camp Friday afternoon at the Enmax Centre with the full camp ready to kick off today at 1 p.m., the Canes prospect, selected second overall in last year’s Western Hockey League Bantam ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • Hayworth has a reason to Smile

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com For Kenny Hayworth., the scouting report on this particular horse was a good one right from the get-go. It was the night before Day 2 of the Whoop-Up Days Rodeo and the Bucking & Barrels Can-Am Pro Challenge when the bareback rider from Orofino, Idaho spotted Cajun Smile out in ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • Rookie is ready for Canes camp

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com Whether he was on the ice or off it over the summer months, Dylan Cozens has put in the necessary prep time for his first Western Hockey League camp. Cozens became the first Yukon-born player to be selected first-round in the WHL bantam draft in May when the Lethbridge Hurricanes ... Read More »

    16 hours ago


Latest Tweets

Tweets around the city

Recent Comments


By snoutspot4: Medicine Hat News Comment Indeed he has grinandbearit, along with many other claims. http://www.desmogblog.com/timothy-f-ball-tim-ball... Read More »

By grinandbearit: Medicine Hat News Comment It is a simple matter of record that Tim Ball has been consistently wrong about climate. Facts are stubborn things.... Read More »

Register to comment


Opinions

  • Make mining firms more accountable

    Canada likes to think of itself as a principled middle power, projecting a moral voice in the world. But in the rugged fields of international mining, oil and gas, it is a muscular giant whose power is not always wielded in an ethical way. That’s why Father Melo, a Honduran Jesuit priest who is under ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • Respect for the public purse

    The governments may change, but some of the actions don’t. Two Liberal cabinet ministers have been under fire recently over expenditures which critics viewed as a waste of taxpayers’ money. Last week, after it was revealed that Health Minister Jane Philpott submitted bills of $1,700 and more than $1,900 for high-end car service on separate ... Read More »

    22 hours ago
  • Funding a quality education

    In what felt like the blink of an eye, summer is almost over. I hope you were able to make the most of the season; Lethbridge and area certainly provides plenty of opportunity for summer fun. Whether you swam at the newly reopened Henderson Lake Outdoor Pool, learned about our environment at the Helen Schuler ... Read More »

    22 hours ago

Letters to The Editor

  • Community support made art show a success

    When Deana and I began to plan ArtBeat’s first “Under $100 Art Show and Designer Sale,” we had an idea of what we envisioned for the event. We wanted to develop an artist collective and create a space that contributed to the artistic culture of Lethbridge. Our ultimate goal was to facilitate the connection between ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • Drivers should show respect for pedestrians

    This is to all the drivers out there who rant and rave about pedestrians like myself. First of all, all I really want to do is get to where I’m going safely and in a timely matter. It has become a difficult chore to do this without being screamed and honked at and being made ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • Who’s cherry picking their facts?

    I hate to break into the ongoing debate between Dr. Vipond and Shaun Ward on the subject of coal plant closure. It appears that if anyone is cherry picking facts, it is none other than the good physician himself. Nothing in his letter of Aug. 16, or the report he accuses Mr. Ward of cherry ... Read More »

    3 days ago


Top Videos

View more Videos
Submit Your Media