Angela Stewart

Alberta College Athletic Conference officially kicks off ‘Make Some Noise

The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference’s ‘Make Some Noise for Mental Health’ Campaign has officially kicked off. The annual event runs throughout 17 post secondary institutions across Alberta and Saskatchewan including our very own Lethbridge College promoting mental health awareness among student athletes. ACAC CEO Mark Kosak says this year is a little different. RBC is […]Read More

Lethbridge College hosting virtual reality conference next month

If you are interested in knowing more about the virtual world, Lethbridge College will be hosting NEXT: Beyond the Metaverse virtual conference next month. It will showcase some of the best virtual reality, augmented reality and spatial technology with experts explaining how to grow a business using the metaverse. Spokesperson Mike McCready says the conference […]Read More

80 year old woman dead after single vehicle crash Tuesday

An 80 year old woman from Lethbridge has died following a single vehicle accident early Tuesday morning between Lethbridge and Coaldale. RCMP say the crash occurred  around 6 am on Township Road 92 between Range Road 205 and Range Road 210. The female driver of the vehicle, who was the lone occupant, died at the […]Read More

Reports of deceased mallards ducks around Henderson Lake

Dead ducks have been popping up around Henderson Lake. Many of the deceased waterfowl have been mallards, and city staff say the deaths are more frequent in the winter time. Coreen Putman with the Helen Schuler Nature Centre says the deaths are often caused by a change in the ice and the birds getting trapped […]Read More

University of Calgary study shows Chinook winds are a common

The past week, Lethbridge has been dealing with Chinook winds. These types of winds are said to be triggers for people who deal with migraines. A study out of the University of Calgary shows many patients are sensitive to chinook winds. A retired professor of Clinical Neurosciences and Medicine Werner Becker says most migraines happen […]Read More

Salvation Army Kettle Campaign raises around 200k in donations

The results from the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign are in. The program which has been running for over a hundred years, was a huge success in 2021 receiving thousands of dollars. Community Ministries Officer for the Salvation Army in Lethbridge Donald Bladen explains how much they raised. Bladen says over the course of the next […]Read More

Lethbridge cold snap causes long wait times for a boost

With the cold winter weather comes slick conditions for drivers. City officials are reminding motorists to allow for extra time when travelling because so many of the roads are snow and ice covered. Plugging in your vehicle is a must during these extreme cold temperatures. If you don’t plug in and your vehicle it may […]Read More

Carolers sing for donations around Lethbridge

You may had gotten a knock on your door this week from some Christmas carolers. Members of Pentecostal Church are in Lethbridge this week collecting donations to fund outreach programs through their church. But this year the carolers are collecting donations for a very important cause. Angela Stewart with more.  Read More