July 23rd, 2014

Featured Story

Garrett Simmonslethbridge heraldgsimmons@lethbridgeherald.com“I travel around and eat.”That sounds like a dream job for anyone, and if you’re John Catucci, it’s his reality.The host of The Food Network show, You Gotta Eat Here!, makes his living visiting restaurants, chatting with the owners and interviewing customers. Monday

Read More »

Poll

Do you think the city should support the proposal to offer free Wi-Fi at various locations throughout the city?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...


Local News

  • Man charged in connection with theft of Ford F350 trucks in June and July

    Lethbridge Regional Police Service has charged a 48-year-old man with multiple counts of possession of stolen property in connection with the theft of Ford trucks in June and July.In late June and July, police responded to a number of thefts involving Ford F350 trucks. Following an investigation by members of the Priority Crimes Unit, a ... Read More »

    2 hours ago
  • More guns seized at southern Alberta border crossings

    It has a been a busy summer thus far for gun seizures at southern Alberta border crossings.Yesterday, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Criminal Investigations Unit announced it had laid a total of eight charges against three individuals in three separate seizures at the ports of Coutts, Carway and Chief Mountain.On July 18, Michael James ... Read More »

    3 hours ago
  • Project completed to meet growing power demands

    Garrett Simmons lethbridge herald gsimmons@lethbridgeherald.com Southern Alberta is growing – that’s not much of a surprise. To meet the influx of people coming to the area, however, means work on key pieces of infrastructure. Earlier this week, AltaLink completed work on the Enchant substation upgrade project north of... Read More »

    11 hours ago

Local Sports

  • Lethbridge Giants suffer first loss at Canadians

    Dale WoodardLethbridge Heraldsports@lethbridgeherald.comThe Lethbridge Giants have been handed their first loss at the Junior Little League Canadian Championship. The Giants were defeated 9-2 by the Saskatchewan-representative Regina All-Stars during action Tuesday night at Spitz Stadium.The loss puts the Giants at 3-1 with B.C.’s Whalley All-Stars as... Read More »

    6 hours ago
  • Big bats power Bulls to win

    Medicine HatTwo big innings at the plate have powered the Lethbridge Bulls to their third straight win.The Bulls scored five runs in the second inning and added another six in the sixth as they downed the Medicine Hat Mavericks 15-8 during Western Major Baseball League action Tuesday night... Read More »

    7 hours ago
  • Bulls hold on to first place

    LETHBRIDGE HERALDThe Lethbridge Bulls are sitting pretty in the Western Major Baseball League. With seven games remaining, they are in first place in the league, and are four games up on the Medicine Hat Mavericks in the West Division. Four of their remaining games are against the Mavs, but the... Read More »

    1 day ago

Latest Tweets

Upcoming Events


Recent Comments

By dabpenstdor: Medicine Hat News Comment to boot, this creates the lines to a lesser extent hazardous, quicker, and simpler. Rainbows are beautiful rude wonderme... Read More »

By dabpenstdor: Medicine Hat News Comment A compact rope with miles in the center is fun good. at that place is no complaint to get in, so stop by for some gratui... Read More »

Register to comment

Opinions

  • Paying too high a price for green lawns?

    Everyone loves a nice, green, lush lawn. There are some who go to great lengths to make this happen. Fertilizers, aeration and of course, liberal amounts of water are often just a few techniques those with a green thumb use to have the best-looking lawn in the neighbourhood. Make no mistake – taking pride in ... Read More »

    11 hours ago
  • ‘Cruel and unusual punishment’

    By Ryan Meili The Federal Court of Canada recently ruled that the Conservative government’s 2012 cuts to healthcare for refugees were unconstitutional, going against Section 12 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms which forbids “cruel and unusual punishment.” The court ruling is a victory for refugees, for those who work with them, and more ... Read More »

    11 hours ago
  • Been there, done that with AHS

    That we might return to having an Alberta Health Services (AHS) “superboard” has been a big surprise. That this is considered necessary because of the size of the provincial budget gobbled up through AHS, even more so. Every government ministry has a budget and there is a directorate made up of a deputy minister, an ... Read More »

    1 day ago

Letters to The Editor

  • Guaranteed income idea has some merit

    Re: “$20,000 per person: Activists push for guaranteed minimum income for Canadians,” Benjamin Shingler, Canadian Press, June 30. (https://ca.news.yahoo.com/20-000-per-person-activists-push-guaranteed-minimum-173717556.html) A guaranteed income would give people funds for additional consumption without increasing the economy’s productive capacity which in the long run could be inflationary. It might also result in the divisive perception of two classes of ... Read More »

    1 day ago
  • On this, sir, we disagree

    The July 13th. Herald edition, carried a letter with a lot of rancor, from a regular Herald scribe, who has seriously insulted a very astute professor and an acknowledged leader in public policy and indepth economic and political awareness. I am certain of the line up of offended readers, in the ready, to refute your ... Read More »

    1 day ago
  • Cuts to refugee health care morally wrong

    Canada has long been a safe haven for those seeking protection from violence and persecution in troubled parts of the world, but our reputation for compassion has been called into question by the Conservative government’s decision to deny refugee claimants health care. Since 1957, the federal government has provided health coverage to refugees arriving in ... Read More »

    3 days ago