April 23rd, 2014

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Garrett Simmonslethbridge heraldgsimmons@lethbridgeherald.comA sinkhole has put a squeeze on traffic in the city Wednesday afternoon.Westbound lanes on 6 Avenue South, west of 5 Street, which are the feeder lanes to Whoop-Up Drive are closed to traffic due to a sinkhole which has developed.“It’s two metres

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  • Hole diverts Whoop-Up traffic

    Garrett Simmonslethbridge heraldgsimmons@lethbridgeherald.comA sinkhole has put a squeeze on traffic in the city Wednesday afternoon.Westbound lanes on 6 Avenue South, west of 5 Street, which are the feeder lanes to Whoop-Up Drive are closed to traffic due to a sinkhole which has developed.“It’s two metres... Read More »

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  • Sinkhole shuts down westbound traffic on 6th Avenue South

    Garrett Simmonslethbridge heraldgsimmons@lethbridgeherald.comA sinkhole has put a squeeze of traffic in the city this afternoon.Westbound 6th Avenue South, west of 5th Street South, is closed at traffic do to sinkhole which has developed.“It’s two metres in diametre and a metre deep,” said Don Bulpitt, the city’s water and wastewater operations manager.Re-opening will be determined upon ... Read More »

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  • Creativity a key to future success

    “We are in a conceptual age where artists, inventors and story tellers will share in the greatest joys of society, and be rewarded as great thinkers” (Daniel Pink). There has been a lot of attention recently on what competencies will prepare students for the future. The provincial plan... Read More »

    19 hours ago

Local Sports

  • New track will help horseracing industry

    Dylan PurcellLETHBRIDGE HERALDsports@lethbridgeherald.comThere’s a new horse track coming to Alberta, and it’s got the fingerprints of Rocky Mountain Turf Club CEO Max Gibb all over it. Gibb runs the local track at Whoop-Up Downs, which starts its Spring Meet on May 10 and has been trying to build... Read More »

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  • Rugby mauls its way onto the local scene

    If you’re looking for information on the Southern Alberta High School Rugby League, co-ordinator John Seaman is a fountain of data. As I found out after hearing from the long-time Vulcan County Central teacher/coach there is already a plethora of notes to be disseminated. I’ll endeavour to make... Read More »

    19 hours ago
  • Human nature

    Dylan PurcellLethbridge Heraldsports@lethbridgeherald.comWatch the television. Read the story on Page B1 of today’s Lethbridge Herald. Listen to the testimonials from the Boston Marathon and be lifted up. Let the spirit that permeates these events seep in a bit. Steep in it, it’s OK.The resilience of the... Read More »

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    In response to the letter by Frank J. Toth on LSCO meeting procedures, I must give you the highest applause for exercising your opinion and questioning the action of the board and executive at the recent annual general meeting. I would state there is no bylaw nor can the board set election policy. The acting ... Read More »

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