As the cold sets in, one Lethbridge’s Anytime Fitness is taking on the challenge to combat it and make sure people in the community are warm all winter.
For 60 years, Lethbridge College alumni have been making their marks in countless careers and industries, all around the world. The college will once again be recognizing some of the very best of this group, as nominations are now open for the 2018 Honouring Excellence alumni awards.
In this age of hyping and revering anything that is “natural” (and someone please explain to me how powdered food is ever considered natural), somehow sex - one of the most natural things in the world - is still hidden under the covers (literally).
For the eleventh consecutive year, Interfaith Food Bank, Lethbridge Food Bank and Salvation Army will join forces to ensure that the less-fortunate members of our community get everything they need for Christmas.
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When something new is created, in the beginning several different names may be used before one name is chosen and comes to be the preferred name for that item or activity.
Lethbridge Chamber asks the Government of Alberta to support Small-scale Renewable Electricity Projects
The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce is asking the Provincial government to create a program to support small-scale renewable electricity generators.
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is ensuring residents have ample opportunity to get their annual influenza immunization.
What if I told you that driving your car as your means of transportation was not supposed to kill you? And yet, traffic fatalities are still a leading cause of injury death in Alberta.
This is the seventh contribution to the college from The College Home partnership, a unique fundraising initiative between the Canadian Home Builders’ Association Lethbridge Region (CHBA) and the college.
Better Business Bureau report shows half of all small businesses couldn't stay profitable more than a month if they lost critical data.
During the month of October, youth groups throughout Lethbridge and surrounding areas will join forces to help feed those in need in our communities.
In between great food and great company, be sure to check out these highlights to make the most of your long weekend!
When Marissa Stocker started roller derby in 2013, she had no idea it could take her to the national stage. Now, at 17-years-old, she has earned a spot with Team Canada on the junior roller derby team.
This year’s report concludes a national initiative examining belonging in six impact areas: community connections, cultural life, environment, healthy communities, lifelong learning, and living standards.
I spend a lot of my time talking about immunization. I talk about the benefits, I talk about the risks, I talk about the history and I talk about the evidence. I talk and talk and honestly, I am getting sick of the sound of my own voice.
In the wake of the largest mass shooting in U.S. history, BBB Wise Giving Alliance is warning donors about potential red flags in fund raising and charity scams to help the Las Vegas shooting victims and their families.
Help Environment Lethbridge discover Lethbridge's Green Superheroes!
Another school year has started! Kids have new classrooms and classmates or sometimes even new schools. Often this means new rules about what foods are allowed in the classroom for the school to help protect children with food allergies.
Joined by Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, and several other dignitaries, Cavendish Farms President Robert K. Irving acknowledged the next step in the company’s new plant in Lethbridge.