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Brooke Cherwenuk plays Monopoly at the Delta Eta Iota games night at Lethbridge College in the Cullen Residence Hall on Sept. 25.

Sorority branch seeks to be ratified

Sorority branch seeks to be ratified

Brooke Cherwenuk plays Monopoly at the Delta Eta Iota games night at Lethbridge College in the Cullen Residence Hall on Sept. 25. Lethbridge College’s own sorority branch is hoping to be ratified by February as an official club. Delta Eta Iota is opening its doors to females across campus and offering shoulders of support for

Christmas came early – How businesses prepare months in advance

Christmas is a busy time of year for everyone and that includes businesses. Some businesses may start in October or November, but many businesses are getting ready for Christmas before the calendar hits April. One of these companies is Global Reach Confections and More. This wholesale company prepares for the holiday season beginning in March. Ed Tams,

A Lethbridge citizen stretches before the Terry Fox Run at Henderson Lake Park on Sunday.

The Marathon of Hope continues

A Lethbridge citizen stretches before the Terry Fox Run at Henderson Lake Park on Sunday. Lethbridge residents ran for hope at the annual Terry Fox Run in Henderson Lake Park on Sunday. Terry Fox was the visionary for the Marathon of Hope when he decided to run across Canada on one leg to raise funding

Jennifer Westwood looks over her notes for her speech at the Honouring Suicide Prevention Event.

Honouring Suicide Prevention

Jennifer Westwood looks over her notes for her speech at the Honouring Suicide Prevention Event.  A Lethbridge citizen shared her fight with depression and addiction at the Honouring Suicide Prevention event last week. Jennifer Westwood is a survivor of attempted suicide. Her depression had affected her since the age of thirteen. Her first attempt at

Main crossing Whoop-Up Drive shortly after 3PM Wednesday afternoon.

Leth-Bridge the gap

A two-year old petition urging city officials to re-examine another bridge crossing is again gaining momentum. Lethbridge entrepreneur Karl Airey has created an online petition urging Mayor Chris Spearman and Alberta Minister of Infrastructure Brian Mason to take action on the long-debated third bridge crossing. Airey believes that the steady growth of our town demands

Zachery Gibb talking with his co-workers Taylor Sheu [right] and Annette Lagemaat [left] at the Real Canadian Super Store about issues they are facing.

New faces for City Council

Four years have passed and it is time for Lethbridge to decide who they want to represent their views and concerns inside the council chambers of City Hall. With only a little over a month until the election, people will have to deliberate between the decisions made by the current council and the new, different

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Different kind of parade

A different kind of parade kicked off this past weekend as the Parade of Homes began around the city. Home builders from all over the city have been busy getting their homes ready for this event. There are nine different builders who have homes in the parade. Some of these builders have multiple homes throughout

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You’re invited to Coulee Fest

[Lethbridge College News Release] In celebration of our 60th anniversary, Lethbridge College invites you, your friends and your family to come back to where it all started. Join us on Saturday, Sept. 23, for a campus celebration. The free event on the Lethbridge College campus will feature entertainment, music, family activities, campus tours and much

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