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Building community through basketball

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From left, Rafee Maiquilla, Noel Ayson, John Ray Rodillado, Matt Travis Butt and Franz Chavez participate in the final of the Canadian Filipino Basketball League.

It’s as much a celebration of culture as it is a basketball league. And since forming a little over two years ago, the Filipino Canadian Basketball League has been a slam-dunk in basketball-crazy southern Alberta. Last month, the Filipino Canadian Basketball League wrapped up another successful season as Amigos clinched the latest league title with a 91-60 win over Edo Japan at the Fritz Sick… Read More »

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Health workshops scheduled

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Good crowds for Whoop-Up Days

Sunshine, strong rodeo contestants, and a stellar entertainment lineup drew larger crowds for this year’s Whoop-Up Days at Exhibition Park. Doug Kryzanowski, Exhibition Park’s marketing… Read More »

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From left, Rafee Maiquilla, Noel Ayson, John Ray Rodillado, Matt Travis Butt and Franz Chavez participate in the final of the Canadian Filipino Basketball League.

Building community through basketball

It’s as much a celebration of culture as it is a basketball league. And since forming a little over two years ago, the Filipino Canadian… Read More »

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Lethbridge Steel’s Sarah Tivadar tackles an Edmonton Storm player. The league’s first female coach is ready to lead the Steel into battle.

Rookie coach Steels for season

Kessie Stefanyk is the new head coach of the Lethbridge Steel women’s football team. As the rookie skipper guides the Steel into their 2015 Western… Read More »

Editorial

Parents to blame for kids’ obesity?

There has been no shortage of news in recent years about the childhood obesity epidemic in North America and beyond. Now we know who’s to… Read More »

A role for public sector in refining?

One hundred-plus years ago, Lethbridge was created for one reason: Coal mining. Coal was the lifeblood of a new and developing nation, just as important for… Read More »

The Arts

Lethbridge set to launch Fringe Festival

The first Lethbridge Fringe Festival will focus on local talent, Sept. 10-13. The event features seven shows taking place at the Gate, Casa and Club… Read More »

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