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Coaldale Copperheads hockey

The Coaldale Copperheads are once again in a battle for first in the South Division of the Heritage Junior B Hockey League. Cole Parkinson has more.  

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Hitting the slopes

Marianne Leeson displays a snowboard in centre core Friday afternoon to attract new members. It is that time of year when many people organize a trip to hit the slopes and get in the cool mountain air. A few students at Lethbridge College are building the excitement and hoping to find new people to share

Life

Anthony Many Fingers has operated Lastar Radio from the Blood Reserve for the past 20 years.

Lastar FM celebrates 20 years on the air

Anthony Many Fingers has operated Lastar Radio from the Blood Reserve for the past 20 years. A local radio station on the Blood Reserve just celebrated over 20 years of transmission. Lastar Radio 89.9 FM is a radio station run by Anthony Many Fingers, known by his Blackfoot name “Saahkoikakatosi” meaning Last Star. Lastar Radio’s

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Shoes for thought

Kodiak players show a diverse range of footwear options worn at practice on Wednesday Nov. 23.   Athletes can be very particular with everything they wear, especially on their feet. Most players can be seen wearing some recognizable brands on the basketball court. Nike, Under Armour and Adidas are all popular shoes, but most players

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Opinion

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Trudeau mourns Castro, Canada mourns Trudeau

Fidel Castro is dead and there’s been a myriad of reactions across the world. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has extended remarks about feeling “sorrow” over Castro’s death and how his father Pierre Trudeau was “proud to call him a friend” in his first appearance since his death. These comments have sent people into frenzies over

Columns

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Sport bars vs nerd culture

Sports are something that is a part of everyday society. But why? Do sports actually add to society? I mean, it is a chance for people who enjoy watching their favourite team to talk with each other and bond. But what about those of us who don’t like athletics? We can’t use the line, “did you see that game last

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Anna Garleff and Shannon Frank of the Oldman Watershed Council doing a public Q&A at the Lethbridge Public Library on Nov. 23.

All downstream from this point onwards

Anna Garleff and Shannon Frank of the Oldman Watershed Council doing a public Q and A at the Lethbridge Public Library on Nov. 23. As the topic of clean sustainable water becomes a world-wide issue, a local organization is bringing awareness to the Lethbridge public. On Nov. 23 at the Public Library’s main branch, the

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Ellis assigned new role

Faron Ellis goes through research for the CSRL in his office. The Citizen Research Society Lab (CSRL) has found its new Research Chair. Lethbridge College announced last week that instructor Faron Ellis will now take on the new responsibilities. The new position will allow Ellis to focus more on applied research experiences for students at

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Rachael Harder, better, faster, stronger

Rachael Harder addresses the crowd in Coaldale on Nov. 25 right after the unveiling of the Canada 150 maple leaf for next year’s celebrations. It has been just over one year since the youngest Member of Parliament (MP) from the Lethbridge riding was elected. Rachael Harder, the 29-year-old of the Conservative Party won her first

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