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Heritage comes to life at Galt

Herald photo by Ian Martens
Nine-year-old Kaden Fyfe speaks with his dad, RCMP Const. Stephen Fyfe, who joined him at his display Saturday at the annual Southern Alberta Regional Heritage Fair at the Galt Museum.

For a day, the student will become the teacher. And when the Southern Alberta Regional Heritage Fair takes place May 7 at Galt Gardens, more than one adult will have walked away having been given a free Canadian history lesson courtesy of a student. Those lessons will come courtesy of young historians from Grades 4-9 across southern Alberta at the one-day event which runs from… Read More »

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Museum celebrates 50 years

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Lethbridge Herald photo by Ian Martens
Rhonda McInnes and Bill Loran face Vern Dundas and Ira Fazio in a game of pickleball Friday morning at the Kinsmen Park tennis courts.

Fans develop zest for pickleball

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Editorial

Bad way to air political views

There’s a time and a place to voice our political views. Conversely, there are situations, and methods, that are not appropriate for making political statements.… Read More »

Will ‘unite the right’ work in Alberta?

A “unite the right” effort proved successful at the national level. Now Conservative MP Jason Kenney is hoping it will work in Alberta politics. Kenney,… Read More »

The Arts

Pop Evil members have reason to feel ‘Up’

Detroit-based rock band Pop Evil have a lot of reasons to feel “Up” in 2016. Their fourth CD, fittingly titled “Up,” has spawned hit singles… Read More »

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