July 22nd, 2017

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J.W. Schnarr Lethbridge Herald jwschnarr@lethbridgeherald.com Galt Gardens was filled with the sights, sounds and smells of Latin America on Saturday for the third annual Festival Latino. Jane Anderson, an event organizer, said the event features a mixture of Latino cultures from a number of different countries, including people from Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador and

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  • Festival Latino heats up Galt Gardens

    J.W. Schnarr Lethbridge Herald jwschnarr@lethbridgeherald.com Galt Gardens was filled with the sights, sounds and smells of Latin America on Saturday for the third annual Festival Latino. Jane Anderson, an event organizer, said the event features a mixture of Latino cultures from a number of different countries, including people from Ecuador, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador and ... Read More »

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  • City’s Italian Canadian Club celebrating 40 years

    LETHBRIDGE HERALD After 40 years, it’s time for a celebration. Members of the city’s Italian community will be marking their club’s 40th anniversary in September. As a warm-up, they’ll enjoy a family picnic on Sunday. The group, formally known as the Romulus and Remus Italian Canadian Club, has a spacious hall near Stafford Drive North. ... Read More »

    18 hours ago
  • System issues throws wrench into U of L parking plan

    J.W. Schnarr Lethbridge Herald jwschnarr@lethbridgeherald.com The University of Lethbridge has abandoned plans to sell parking passes through a new online system following a week of issues. On Friday, the U of L issued a statement regarding the decision: “After a week of extensive work with our vendor and significant testing of the parking permit system, ... Read More »

    18 hours ago

Local Sports

  • Barracudas kick off provincial run

    Lethbridge Herald The Lethbridge Bert & Macs Barracudas Junior B Tier II lacrosse team began their Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League provincial championship run Friday night in Sherwood Park. The Cudas were playing in the late game against the Olds Mavericks, the same team that defeated them in last year’s provincial gold medal game. A final ... Read More »

    18 hours ago
  • Miners off to Districts semifinals

    Miners advance to District semis Lethbridge Herald The Lethbridge Miners are off to the semifinals at the American Legion North A District Baseball Tournament. The Miners defeated the Vauxhall Spurs Friday at Havre and will advance to face the Lewistown Redbirds in one of the semifinals today at 3 p.m. Michael Horon had three hits, ... Read More »

    18 hours ago
  • Bulls edged by Quebec

    Lethbridge Herald The Lethbridge Intermediate Bulls began their Intermediate Canadian Championship run off with a loss. The Bulls were downed 11-9 by Team Quebec as action kicked off Friday in Langley, B.C. Lethbridge held a 3-0 lead after an inning-and-a-half, but Quebec responded with six runs in their half of the second for a 6-3 ... Read More »

    18 hours ago


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  • The issue of Daylight Saving Time

    Albertans have until July 28 to offer their views on the subject Thomas Dang NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY MLA Many Albertans have made it clear that they want to get rid of Daylight Saving Time but now the question is which time zone. One of the things I’ve learned since being elected MLA for Edmonton South-West ... Read More »

    18 hours ago
  • Planning for the city’s future

    Long-term planning is critical to ensuring our municipal services and infrastructure continue to meet the needs of our community over the next 10, 20 or 30 years. A new Cycling Master Plan was adopted by city council earlier this week. The vision for this master plan is to make cycling a safer and more realistic ... Read More »

    2 days ago
  • Moon landing still significant

    Event still a symbol of what mankind can accomplish Forty-eight years ago today, science fiction became reality: Mankind set foot on another world. Almost a half century later, the first moon landing remains one of the most significant achievements in human history. When astronaut Neil Armstrong climbed out of the Apollo 11 Lunar Module and ... Read More »

    3 days ago

Letters to The Editor

  • A lesson on importance of freedom of speech

    Thank you, Mr. Andrew Blair; your column, “Peace, democracy and academic freedom” in the Lethbridge Herald, Saturday, July 15 edition, is a perfect lesson for interested citizens in how to understand the importance of freedom of speech, especially at university and college levels. It is also a fabulous message for ambitious and power-hungry politicians whose ... Read More »

    18 hours ago
  • Khadr was a child soldier, not a terrorist

    In a war situation whereby the two warring combatants are fighting across each other, are the losses of life called murders or terrorist activities? The answer to that question may be the most relevant issue while dealing with the Khadr situation. He was a child soldier, influenced by his father, brothers, uncles, etc. who was ... Read More »

    3 days ago
  • The important role of forgiveness

    A South African journalist, Jonathan Ancer, recently published a book “SPY: Uncovering Craig Williamson.” Ancer interviewed me on Skype for this book because I knew Craig, who I thought was my friend. I had meals with him often to catch up. But his friendship was a deception. He was a spy, a captain in the ... Read More »

    3 days ago


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