Top 6 Articles October 21 – 27


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    This week’s Top 6 include a look at one of Lethbridge’s sporting associations and celebrate the U of L’s Alumnus of the Year. Check out these hot articles and see what our readers were most interested in this week! 

    1) Fall Flavours

    It always seems like as the weather cools down the need for hot comfort food rises. This top article features a recipe from Moxie’s. Explore fall flavours and enjoy the comforts of home with Executive Chef Brandon.

    Get Baking

    2) High Speeds

    The Lethbridge Speed Skating Association (LSSA) was established over 40 years ago. They offer skating options for participants at all levels, and it is a great way to get in shape and meet new people. Check out this popular article and learn about one of Lethbridge’s sporting clubs.

    Hit the Ice

    3) High Elevation

    Trevor Stuart’s background enabled him to grow up and help members of the Southern Alberta community. In conquering Mt. Everest, he has inspired others to look at their lives and find their own mountains to climb. This top article looks at Trevor’s journey and his partnership with YWCA Lethbridge and District to help women and children in our area.

    What is Your Mountain?

    4) Alumnus of the Year

    Supreme Court of British Columbia Justice, Ronald Skolrood, was named the 2016 University of Lethbridge alumnus of the year. With an extensive career in law, and countless hours devoted to volunteerism with various organizations, this Lethbridge man has made many contributions to our community and others over the years. Read this popular article to learn more about the man behind the award.

    Ronald’s Life & Career

    5) New to Lethbridge

    Even though it has been a little over two years since he landed in Lethbridge with his family, 98.1 The Bridge’s Jay Herrington is still getting used to Southern Alberta life. Check out this top article ‘And Another Thing…’ a new column in Lethbridge living and read Jay’s comedic commentary on the life and times of someone new in our community.


    6) Youth Action

    The youth voice is important. Especially in matters of municipal affairs when some voices might not be heard because they can’t vote yet. The City of Lethbridge values the opinions and thoughts of the voices on the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) and depends on them to offer advice on the impacts and effects of certain decisions on Lethbridge youth. Read this top article to learn more about the YAC, what it is, and what it does to engage the younger members of our community.

    The Missing Voice


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