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City skaters make the cut

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.

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 skaters. Five skaters made the cut at a competition in Calgary in November to make it to the Games in Medicine Hat, Feb. 13-16, where they will be competing a variety of skating categories. “We’re really proud of all of… 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

Bad timing

Talk about bad timing. The same day the mayors of Alberta’s biggest cities spoke in support of the proposed Energy East oil pipeline and Prime… Read More »

A lesson from the children

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Yukon gold

Yukon Blonde have embraced keyboards on their best album to date, “On Blonde.” They bring their new keyboard-based, more pop-infused sound to Average Joe’s, Feb.… Read More »

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