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Wide-open music

Mike Spencer is excited to welcome back a lot of old friends to Lethbridge to play the Wide Skies Music Festival, outside the Southminster United Church, July 26 and July 27. “Everyone except for Mariel (Buckley) has played the Geomatic Attic before,” observed Spencer, who has brought in most of the artists performing the two shows, to the Geomatic Attic, to play his popular concert… Read More »

Local News

Show shuts down for safety

The 25th Lethbridge International Air Show felt turbulence of its own after the show was cancelled early Saturday afternoon. Marc Ouellette, the air show vice… Read More »

Seeking Japanese-Canadians’ stories

Accounts of the injustices meted out to Japanese Canadians are no longer news to most Canadians. Southern Albertans are well aware of how West Coast… 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 »


Emergency prep makes sense

Last summer, the Fort McMurray wildfire was in the news. The fire which burned for two months forced the evacuation of about 88,000 people from… Read More »

TPP might not be dead just yet

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is hoping to drum up support for the Canada-Europe Trade Agreement during the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany this week. But… Read More »

The Arts

CD has southern Alberta flavour

Local musician Ryan (Skinny) Dyck a.k.a. Danny Dyck is excited to present his new compilation of 20 mostly southern Alberta musicians called Twenty-One Nighters. “There… Read More »

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