August 14th, 2020

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Tim Kalinowski Lethbridge Herald tkalinowski@lethbridgeherald.com Lethbridge School Division is preparing to offer a hybrid at-home and in-classroom learning system for the coming school year. According to Superintendent Cheryl Gilmore, about 17 per cent of families, due to ongoing COVID fears, have opted to begin the school year at home rather than have their children attend

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  • 17 per cent of public school families opt for at-home learning

    Tim Kalinowski Lethbridge Herald tkalinowski@lethbridgeherald.com Lethbridge School Division is preparing to offer a hybrid at-home and in-classroom learning system for the coming school year. According to Superintendent Cheryl Gilmore, about 17 per cent of families, due to ongoing COVID fears, have opted to begin the school year at home rather than have their children attend ... Read More »

    50 mins ago
  • Agencies team up to provide activity bags for local families

    LETHBRIDGE HERALD In an effort to support families this summer, the Helen Schuler Nature Centre has partnered with a number of community agencies to create an August Activity Bag for local families. There are 500 activity bags available, while supplies last, that include resources, activities, and inspiration for spending more time outside. Families are encouraged ... Read More »

    16 hours ago
  • Raymond to turn up volume for Metallica drive-in concert

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald -RAYMOND sports@lethbridgeherald.com The Masters Of Puppets are going to grace the big screen in southern Alberta. In the only showing in Alberta, the Town of Raymond will host a drive-in style performance from metal legends Metallica Aug. 29 as the Encore Drive-In Nights concert feature rocks the four-storey screen at the ... Read More »

    16 hours ago

Local Sports

  • Former CCH coach passes away

    Dave Sulz lethbridge herald dsulz@lethbridgeherald.com Rick Credico, who helped produce football champions at Catholic Central High School as a player and a coach, has passed away at age 68 after a lengthy battle with ALS. Credico attended CCH in the late 1960s, starring as an offensive tackle and defensive lineman with the Cougars. He wound ... Read More »

    16 hours ago
  • Pronghorn connections help Stingers win CEBL title

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com Jermaine Small and Zac Overwater’s Canadian Elite Basketball League title with the Edmonton Stingers came with minimal fanfare. At least judging by the empty seats they played in front of. But when Small – the new head coach of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s basketball team – and Horns ... Read More »

    3 days ago
  • Canada’s top judokas in city practising with an eye on Olympics

    Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com It wasn’t quite the 30th birthday present Antoine Valois-Fortier had hoped for. Still, the 30-year-old member of Judo Canada’s goal for a third Olympic berth remains the focus, albeit a slightly delayed one. Valois-Fortier, who hails from Quebec City, and the rest of the Judo Canada team have called Lethbridge ... Read More »

    6 days ago


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  • The game no one wants to play

    Data has forced the conclusion about climate change Marc R. Roussel UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE Imagine a game in which two players take turns, player one adding a cup of water to a bucket, and player two removing a cup. Averaged over time, the amount of water in the bucket stays the same. At some point, ... Read More »

    16 hours ago
  • The price of progress

    Monica Field In the words of John Prine, describing Paradise, Kentucky: Then the coal company came with the world’s largest shovel And they tortured the timber and stripped all the land Well, they dug for their coal till the land was forsaken Then they wrote it all down as the progress of man. I have ... Read More »

    2 days ago
  • An October Surprise in the U.S.?

    Trump’s rush to open economy also revived pandemic An “October Surprise” in the United States is now almost inevitable, because that will be Donald Trump’s last chance to get re-elected legitimately. He might try to cling to office even if he loses the vote, but it would be a lot easier and neater if he ... Read More »

    6 days ago

Letters to The Editor

  • Fixing problem of bullying

    Pink shirt day and little girls writing story books about overcoming bullying. The constant pressure and stress on young people, dealing with intimidation and plain meanness on social media that ultimately leads to lives destroyed. Will it ever change? My guess is no. The reason bullying happens is as varied as the people being bullied ... Read More »

    16 hours ago
  • Recycling charges inequitable

    Grandview Village is a condo for 55+ adults. We have 108 suites, 58 of which are occupied by one person; the other 50 have two people – the maximum occupancy of a suite is two. The City of Lethbridge has informed us that a universal recycling fee of $7 per month per suite will be ... Read More »

    16 hours ago
  • Still assisting seniors during the pandemic

    In response to the snide and uninformed Roast from July 27 re: LSCO and Nord-Bridge (correct spelling), I offer the following: Although LSCO closed its doors to the public on March 13, in order to help stop person-to-person spread of COVID-19, we continued to provide necessary services to our members and the community. Our almost ... Read More »

    2 days ago



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