Improving perception and dispelling myths about the food we eat are at the very core of the LCSA Aggies and they’re taking their message into the community.
The Buchanan Library at Lethbridge College is accepting non-perishable food donations in exchange for overdue fines. Listen to find out more.
Ag More Than Ever is an industry driven cause and is speaking positively about Canadian agriculture. Listen to find out more.
Soar Symposium will take place June 1-5 and is aimed at supporting emerging artists in the community.
The 41- year-old facility will undergo a $2.9 million renovation that’s set to begin this fall. The stadium, originally built in 1975, has been the home of many minor pro and amateur teams over the years. Today it’s the home of the Lethbridge Bulls.
Bridging Cultures brought together musicians, dancers, artisans and community organizations to share their rich history and traditions with students and staff at the college.
*Scenarios depicted in the following video were part of a student training exercise at Lethbridge College. No one was actually injured or involved in the described accident Saturday morning* One person died and several others were injured in a collision that took place in Lethbridge this morning. The accused fled the scene but was located shortly…
Churches were full Easter Sunday as many Christians around the city gathered for a day of worship. The sounds of hymns echoed through church walls as families took their seats to celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. But some say the biblical imagery associated with the Easter holiday has been largely replaced by…
Baseball, it’s a sport that’s been played right here in our city for over 100 years and one of the city’s historic facilities that hosts the great sport is receiving a facelift. According to local historian Belinda Crowson, legend has it that the first baseball game in Lethbridge was played on Christmas day in 1885.…
A new company, EFutures, is combining electronic waste pick up with household recyclables. Owner Tyler Beaulieu says our current landfills are starting to become environmental hazards.