Micah Quinn

Micah Quinn

After graduating from Mount Royal University in Calgary with a Broadcasting Diploma, Micah made the trek down to Lethbridge to work for Bridge City News. He has previously worked at City TV Calgary on the Breakfast Television morning show. He looks forward to connecting with this community, and reaching a new audience. Micah has a passion for interviewing and finding out why people think the way they do. You’ll often find him pursuing local feature stories and hard news.

New booklets to help with older adults and kids staying

Lethbridge College’s Be Fit For Life Centre has partnered with the Chinook Arch Regional Library System to distribute booklets to teach older adults and young children the importance of getting outside and staying active. As Micah Quinn explains, the booklets promote physical literacy at a time when many of us are isolated and stuck at […]Read More

Victims of impaired driving to be immortalized on monument

Families of victims of impaired driving now have the chance to have their family members’ names immortalized in a monument. Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada is erecting a monument to remember the victims. The Victim Services Manager for the Western Region, Gillian Phillips, says that the reaction from families of the victims shows that this […]Read More

New solar facility near Burdett up and running

The city of Medicine Hat pulled the plug on a $12-million concentrated solar power facility in 2019 after operating it for around five years. Officials said the small and unreliable contribution to the community’s power needs did not justify the cost of the project. Well, fast forward a couple of years. The Enbridge Alberta Solar […]Read More

Lethbridge society to perform Shakespeare play

A Shakespearean classic will be offered to residents of our city by the Lethbridge Shakespeare Performance Society. The group of actors will be performing a Midsummer Night’s Dream in a socially distanced performance outside. The Society’s President, Kate Connolly, says that the group is excited to be able to offer entertainment once again in a […]Read More

Lethbridge Public Library celebrates Library Giving Day

Alberta officials announced yesterday that our province will head back to Step 1 of the COVID-19 economic relaunch. The Lethbridge Public Library will be returning to their Curbside Pick Up model for now. The library is also celebrating a special day with Library Giving Day, which is a national fundraising event started in Seattle in […]Read More

Lethbridge celebrates National Tartan Day

Lethbridge residents of Scottish descent are celebrating National Tartan Day today and donning their kilts. Tartan Day in Canada started to become celebrated in the 1980s, and it was the year 1320 that the Declaration of Arbroath was signed. The Bridge City Highlanders formed in 2019, and the group welcomes all ages for those who […]Read More

Elm pruning ban put in place to fight dutch elm

Lethbridge is the only confirmed city in Alberta to have Dutch Elm Disease. DED is a fungus that poses a big threat to the over 12,000 elm trees in our city. As Micah Quinn explains, officials are reminding residents to watch their trees, as they can die within a few seasons if left infected with […]Read More

Maxime Bernier discusses PPC gun policies at SACPA

In 2018, Maxime Bernier created the People’s Party of Canada after losing to Andrew Scheer in the leadership race for the Conservative Party of Canada. Bernier spoke today at SACPA, saying that he knows the PPC doesn’t have much of a chance in the next federal election, but raising their voter percentage is top of […]Read More

Refundable Bottle Program nets big money for Lethbridge food banks

The Interfaith Food Bank and Lethbridge Food Bank have received a generous amount of cash thanks to the Refundable Bottle Program from Greens Pop Shop and GPS Container Depot. The $32,380.12 will be split in half for the two food banks. The Executive Director for the Interfaith Food Bank, Danielle McIntyre, says that this money […]Read More

Nord-Bridge Easter Drive-by

Easter is arriving next weekend. The Nord-Bridge Seniors Centre held a drive-by lunch with an Easter theme today to brighten the days of seniors in our city. As Micah Quinn reports, the centre is looking forward to a time when they can have members back in the building, but for now they are thankful they […]Read More

LPS Police Chief discusses action plan to address issues

Here is a followup to a story we brought you yesterday. Alberta Justice Minister and Solicitor General, Kaycee Madu, says he would potentially dissolve the Lethbridge Police Service if they did not come up with a comprehensive action plan by April 16th to address certain issues at the LPS. The Lethbridge Police Service has been […]Read More

Club offers pony walks for seniors

A group of volunteers for a local pony club has made it their mission to bring joy to the lives of seniors who are feeling isolated and alone during the pandemic. As Micah Quinn explains, the group met today in Raymond to offer pony therapy to seniors in need.Read More

Free legal advice event to be held by Lethbridge Legal

Lethbridge Legal Guidance Society is offering a free 30 minute phone consultation this weekend for anyone who is in need of legal advice. Spots have filled up for March 27, but there are still appointments available for March 28. The company says that the final spots are filling up fast. The Community Programs Manager, Kathryn […]Read More

Step 3 of economic relaunch gets delay from Alberta officials

Reaction is pouring in regarding the Alberta government’s decision to delay Step 3 of its economic relaunch. This includes movie theatres in our province. The owner of the Movie Mill in Lethbridge, Leonard Binning, says that he’s disappointed, and devastated by the decision. Lethbridge currently has 524 active cases of COVID-19. Fortunately 2,296 people have […]Read More

Better Business Bureau highlights puppy scams

Today is National Puppy Day. It’s a day to celebrate our four-legged friends, and show them how much they mean to us. As Micah Quinn explains, sadly, during the pandemic, many people have fallen victim to puppy scams when they are looking to give these animals a fur-ever home.Read More

Lethbridge Food Bank to benefit from Loblaw Spring Food Drive

Food banks across the country are receiving donations from the Loblaw Spring Food Drive. The company is asking grocery shoppers to donate at the register or through a food donation bin. The Lethbridge Food Bank Interim Executive Director says our food bank is in dire need for non-perishable food items. The drive runs from March […]Read More

Flight simulator session to take place this weekend

The CFI Flight Academy in Claresholm is taking flight this weekend. The academy is inviting locals to check out a free flight simulator training session. The owner of the academy says that it was a long process to test out and build the simulator. The event will take place at the Airport Terminal Building in […]Read More

GoFundMe started for Lethbridge Boxing Club

The Lethbridge Boxing Club says with the COVID-19 lockdowns they have struggled. The club has missed payments on rent and utilities for the past few months. A GoFundMe was started to try to help them out. As Micah Quinn explains, any of the extra funds will be reinvested back into the gym.Read More

Local youth petitioning UCP government to open up sports

High school sports and games are still not allowed as part of the Alberta government’s COVID-19 restrictions. A petition called Let Us Play Alberta was launched by a local young man. Timothy Holthe is calling on the UCP government to fully open all high school sports and allow for students to play once again. Lethbridge-East […]Read More

Federal government funding received by Lethbridge Legion

The Royal Canadian General Stewart Branch in Lethbridge received $10,849 of emergency funding from the federal government. Lethbridge MP Rachael Harder was at the legion earlier on Thursday to make the announcement. This money comes from the Veterans Organization Emergency Support Funding supplied by the federal government. This was $14-million that was designed to be […]Read More

Music brightens the day of seniors in care homes

Seniors in our community were able to sit down and enjoy a recorded concert recently. The Sakamoto Agency started an initiative where they book artists to play prerecorded concerts to 100 care homes across the country. The idea was to inspire seniors who have felt isolated during the pandemic. In Lethbridge, the Edith Cavell Care […]Read More