Last week we hosted an open house to showcase the renovations and expansion to police headquarters. It was a unique opportunity for the public to see behind the scenes and one that isn’t likely to happen again anytime soon – unless of course we’re bringing you in in handcuffs!
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Lethbridge County has received a prestigious award for this year’s budget presentation for the seventh year in a row.
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With less than a month to go, local home builders are well ahead of last year’s production.
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Three vastly different business are operating under the same roof as they strive to bring life to north Lethbridge.
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The Taber area could see relief for some of the pressure put on ambulances in the area with the addition of a new non-ambulance transfer van.
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There’s more than meets the eye at Lethbridge Police Service headquarters.
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With the general municipal elections in October, many areas in Alberta saw changes in their local governments – one being the community of Milk River.
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Expecting their first year of growing hops to be met with limited success, Vauxhall-area business partners Spencer Peterson and Ryan Adams have quickly learned of the high demand for their product.
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Since the October municipal elections, towns and cities across Alberta have seen changes within the council. However, the Town of Taber is staying strong with their elected mayor Andrew Prokop.
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An annual report on crime severity published by Maclean’s magazine has Lethbridge bucking national trends and dropping 15 spots over last year.
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