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Library celebrates 100 years

It took nine years of work building community support to bring the Lethbridge Public Library into existence a century ago. When the library opened its doors to residents on Aug. 14, 1919, it was housed in two rooms at the YMCA on the northeast corner of 10 Street and 4 Avenue South. The library’s early advocates could not have imagined how much the local book… Read More »

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LPS seeking enhanced authority

The Lethbridge Police Service is working with the Alberta Solicitor General’s office to ensure its new community peace officers have several enhanced authorities granted to… Read More »

Library celebrates 100 years

It took nine years of work building community support to bring the Lethbridge Public Library into existence a century ago. When the library opened its… Read More »

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Editorial

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