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Heritage comes to life at Galt

Herald photo by Ian Martens
Nine-year-old Kaden Fyfe speaks with his dad, RCMP Const. Stephen Fyfe, who joined him at his display Saturday at the annual Southern Alberta Regional Heritage Fair at the Galt Museum.

For a day, the student will become the teacher. And when the Southern Alberta Regional Heritage Fair takes place May 7 at Galt Gardens, more than one adult will have walked away having been given a free Canadian history lesson courtesy of a student. Those lessons will come courtesy of young historians from Grades 4-9 across southern Alberta at the one-day event which runs from… Read More »

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Leisure centre phase 2 begins

Shovels officially hit the ground Friday on the second phase of the westside Crossings Leisure Centre Complex. “It’s a really exciting and large project for… Read More »

camping safety

It’s camping season

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Meeting boyhood heroes still a treat

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Photo by Richard Amery
Darcie Rae Harper, Emma Gross, Brooklyn Watmough, Kelsey Flint and Alexis DeMaere have qualified to represent the Lethbridge Skating Club at the Alberta Winter Games Feb. 13-16 in Medicine Hat.

City skaters make the cut

Two years of hard work has culminated in a berth at the Alberta Winter Games in Medicine Hat for a team of young Lethbridge figure… Read More »


Troubles cloud Brazil Olympics

Less than 100 days before the scheduled opening ceremony for the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, concerns and questions about the event… Read More »

Let citizens vote on council hours

Do Lethbridge city councillors deserve a pay raise? That’s one of the questions to be examined by a Citizen Assembly, the formation of which was… Read More »

The Arts

Nishikaze bigger than ever

It is Nishikaze time again in Lethbridge as the fifth annual Nishikaze Anime Festival takes over the University of Lethbridge over the May long weekend,… Read More »

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