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It’s good to be green

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Metro News Service Earth Day has been around for more than 40 years, and during that time, it has inspired millions of people to increase their awareness of, and their appreciation for, the environment. Since the dawn of the 21st century, people increasingly have adopted eco-friendly lifestyles and attitudes, and the continued embrace of environmentally friendly practices and principles has made the struggles of Earth… Read More »

Local News

U of L lands big bucks in budget

Major projects will be proceeding in Lethbridge this year, backed by capital grants announced in Thursday’s provincial budget. Mike Mahon, president of the University of… Read More »

cleanup

It’s good to be green

Metro News Service Earth Day has been around for more than 40 years, and during that time, it has inspired millions of people to increase… Read More »

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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 »

Photo by Anne Sulz
From left, Kelsey Whipple, Alexis DeMaere, Kaelyn Hancock and Chloe Wagenaar, members of the Lethbridge Skating Club, are excited about getting a chance to assist on-ice at Skate Canada 2015 when it comes to Lethbridge Oct. 30-Nov. 1.

Ice extravaganza

It’s a rare opportunity to see world-calibre skaters compete right here in Lethbridge. In fact, it’s only the second time it’s happened in 25 years.… Read More »

Editorial

Volunteers deserve thanks

“Volunteers are the roots of strong communities.” That is the theme of National Volunteer Week 2016, which was celebrated last week. The week is held… Read More »

Ripples from the Panama Papers

The “Panama Papers” are continuing to cause ripples around the world. Last Wednesday, Iceland prime minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson resigned, becoming the first global politician… Read More »

The Arts

LMT having some ‘Nunsense’

Lethbridge Musical Theatre is having some fun with nuns May 5-7 and May 12-14 in the Sterndale Bennett Theatre and, in the process, is hoping… Read More »

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