June 12th, 2021

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Dale Woodard – Lethbridge Herald Invasive weeds got your goat? No problem, the City of Lethbridge, in partnership with Magrath-based Creekside Goat Company have the goats that can go get them. And they’re not kidding. After successfully grazing invasive weeds for the past three summers, the City is bringing in another herd of experienced, weed

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Local News

  • Local gallery manager running for Lethbridge city council

    LETHBRIDGE HERALDabeeber@lethbridgeherald.com He came to attend university but has made Lethbridge his home and now Darcy Logan is running for city council. Logan, curator and gallery services manager at CASA, will be focusing on four key issues during his campaign. Being an individual who both works and lives downtown and one who has served in ... Read More »

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  • Woman pleads guilty for rendezvous robbery

    LETHBRIDGE HERALDdshurtz@lethbridgeherald.com Chelsey Marie Beringer had her victim all picked out. It was a man she met when she previously worked at a Coaldale liquor store, and with whom she became friends on Facebook. On the morning of May 7, 2020, the 23-year-old woman called the man and asked him to come to Coaldale, but ... Read More »

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  • Blood Tribe Department of Health responds to allegations

    LETHBRIDGE HERALDtkalinowski@lethbridgeherald.com The Blood Tribe Department of Health is addressing criticisms made by community members at a rally in Standoff held earlier this week over its handling of the opioid crisis, and is denying specific allegations of drug dealing going on at Bringing the Spirit Home Detox Centre. “The Blood Tribe Department of Health has ... Read More »

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Local Sports

  • The Bulls are back

    A funny thing happened Friday morning at Spitz Stadium. Some baseball. In any other year, that wouldn’t be too far-fetched in mid-June, but after a COVID-ravaged past year that ejected the entire 2020 Western Canadian Baseball League season, the Lethbridge Bulls were back at the plate and on the base paths for the opening day ... Read More »

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  • Hometown boy Tetachuk headed to Moose Jaw

    A local goaltender is on the move. On Thursday, the Lethbridge Hurricanes announced they had traded Lethbridge’s Carl Tetachuk to the Moose Jaw Warriors in exchange for a conditional seventh round draft pick in the 2024 WHL Prospects Draft. The 2001-born puck stopper who turned 21 this year was originally undrafted in the Western Hockey ... Read More »

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  • Pronghorns hire new women’s rugby coach

    University of Lethbridge Pronghorn Athletics have hired the fourth coach in the history of its women’s rugby program. Graeme Moffat, a native of Edinburgh, Scotland, will also take the helm of a new initiative designing and implementing a coaching development program for all Pronghorn coaches. Moffat was introduced to media Wednesday at the university. His ... Read More »

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  • Context vital in reinterpreting historical events

    All generations, to one extent or another, choose to rewrite history through the lens of their own high-powered introspection, reassessing the tainted decisions of generations governed by a leadership steeped in their own time, not the mandate for unquestioned truth and right that is often perceived to reside solely in the present. Recently, we saw ... Read More »

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  • COVID has made us value the little things in life

    Summer is finally rolling in and with it – a welcome change in both weather and health restrictions. There’s nothing like 20+ temperatures, birds singing and vibrantly green prairies to lift the spirits and encourage weary residents of Lethbridge and beyond. Pair that up with the prospect of sharing a special occasion with extended family, ... Read More »

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  • A meddling government always causes more harm than good

    When the government gets involved in areas where it has no business meddling, calamity ensues. Bill C-10 is a classic example of nonsensical government over-reach. If this bill passes, Canada will become the very first democratic country to apply its broadcasting act to the Internet and regulate the content posted online by those residing in ... Read More »

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Letters to The Editor

  • A thank you would be nice for customers

    Editor: This is an open letter to all of the owners, managers, and supervisors, of 99 per cent of the businesses in this city. Why is it, that when I come into your business, and spend my hard-earned money, that I don’t get a thank you from, you, the owner, or your employee?? Instead, I ... Read More »

    7 hours ago
  • Light nuisance bylaw would be a win for all

    Editor: Spring and summer are seasons we most associate with birds, bees and the beauty of nature. The problem is we’re seeing far fewer of these and other creatures with each passing year. Driving species to decline or extinction is alarming not only because the beauty of nature is vanishing before our eyes but our ... Read More »

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  • Failure not an option in climate battle

    Editor: Still reeling from the ravages of the First World War, the 1929 financial crash, and the Great Depression, the Canadian economy of 1939 was in the ditch: industry on life support, agriculture impoverished, shipbuilding comatose, unemployment at a runaway 17 per cent, national treasury empty, military feeble, political system futile. Yet by the Second ... Read More »

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