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Whoop-Up Days ready to rock

Whoop-Up Days takes over Lethbridge, Aug. 22-26 at Exhibition Park. As usual, Exhibition Park will be alive with the sound of music all week long, with an eclectic range of genres from bands who are in all stages of their careers from breakout stars to semi-retired. Country star Jess Moskaluke started out as a Youtube star and has since won a Juno Award. Classic rockers… Read More »

Local News

Mother charged with child abduction

After more than three years of heartache, a Lethbridge father will soon be reunited with his young son. Police have arrested the boy’s mother, who… Read More »

Dog park to open soon

Four-legged furry friends and their owners will soon have access to a new fenced-in, off-leash dog park in west Lethbridge. The RiverStone Dog Park will… Read More »

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Local Sports

Ready to rumble

There will be some scores to settle when Pure Power Wrestling action returns to Lethbridge for the “No Guts, No Glory!” card taking place May… Read More »

Kai Yip was a true champion

Southern Alberta’s sports community lost one of its biggest heroes recently. Kai Yip’s story sounds like something that might have been created by a novelist… Read More »


Plan needed for park crowds

Are we surprised? You start with a get-in-free promotion, celebrating Canada’s 150 years as a nation. You add a long weekend — the busiest one… Read More »

There’s a lesson in Steve Bartman episode

Perhaps now life can get back to normal for Steve Bartman. He’s certainly waited long enough. On July 31, baseball’s reigning champions, the Chicago Cubs,… Read More »

The Arts

FLIPfest offers an alternative voice

The week FLIPfest is offering a voice and venues for female and gender-non-conforming musicians and artists. “It is a music festival geared to performers and… Read More »

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