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Coaldale Town Office relocating

The Coaldale Town Office will soon be in a new location. The office will be relocated to the second floor of the new Civic Square Building. Officials with the town say the facility is part of a 3-phase economic development project with construction beginning back in July of 2021.   “The opening of this building just […]Read More

Changeover for Lethbridge County fire zones

Staff from Lethbridge County say the City of Lethbridge will no longer be the primary responder for emergencies in the county. Coaldale and Coalhurst will take up the mantle of bringing these zones into their areas with support from regional departments. Lethbridge County Reeve, Tory Campbell, says there will be a seamless transition from all […]Read More

Toy Toss set to benefit kids

Toys are set to be tossed here in southern Alberta on Friday evening for a good cause. Prior to the Coaldale Night of Lights Parade, the first ever Coaldale Emergency Services Toy Toss will be put on by emergency services personnel. Officials are encouraging parade watchers to toss a toy at volunteers which will then […]Read More

Give what you can, take what you need

Give what you can and take what you need. That’s the motto for the new Little Free Pantry that has been set up in Coaldale. The idea was started by volunteers in the community called the Youth DO Crew. The pantry is full of food and supplies for those who have need in the town. […]Read More

Ambulatory clinic reopens in Coaldale

An ambulatory clinic in Coaldale has reopened to the public. The clinic at the Coaldale Health Centre treats minor cuts and burns along with sprains, simple fractures and infections. Coaldale Mayor Jack Van Rijn, says the facility will help residents of the town who are in need of quick treatment. “Ambulatory care in Coaldale is […]Read More

Coaldale Ride and Rods event to take place

One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and about 12 men die from it daily. That is why Coaldale’s Ride for Dad charity fundraiser group will be hosting the first annual Ride and Rods event this Saturday which will feature classic cars for the first time. All the funds from the weekend […]Read More

No from over 70 municipalities on provincial police force

A new letter bound for the legislature has been signed by over 70 Alberta municipalities which disagree with the province’s plan to implement a provincial police force. There are mayors and politicians who have differing opinions on the matter however. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, the potential decision to phase out the RCMP in Alberta […]Read More

Coaldale Family Fun Run raises $28,000

A total of 400 runners made their way to Coaldale Christian School on April 9 for the 5K Coaldale Family Fun Run. The event combined an in-person run at the school along with a virtual run with 100 participants. Around $28,000 was raised from the event. The events organizer for the run, Melanie Harthoorn, says, […]Read More

Annual Coaldale Family Fun Run gets underway next month

The 11th annual Coaldale Family Fun Run gets underway next month. This year’s event will be held both in person and virtually. An official with the event says two dollars from each entry will be going to Rehobath Christian Ministries that supports people with disabilities. “We thought that was a worthy cause. They are also […]Read More

Remembrance Day ceremonies coming up

Remembrance Day is quickly approaching and ceremonies will take place tomorrow as a time for us to reflect on the sacrifices veterans made to secure our freedoms. There is one event right here in Lethbridge and the other two in Coaldale and Stirling. The poppy campaign is also in full swing, and the legion is […]Read More

Jack Van Rijn looking for Coaldale mayoral seat

Jack Van Rijn has declared his intentions to run for mayor in the Town of Coaldale. He was a councillor for the town for four years, and he says transparency and public input are essential to town decision making. “I’m really going to work towards bringing more communication, transparency, and accountability between residents and the […]Read More

Chalk art event highlighted by volunteer group

A community group has teamed up to bring smiles to the faces of seniors and community members in Coaldale. The Chalk and Walk event provides chalk to anyone who wants to make art on the sidewalk to brighten up someone’s day. As Micah Quinn explains, there are big prizes for those who participate.Read More

Show and Shine event to highlight classic cars

Car lovers are set to showcase their beloved classic cars on June 27th in Coaldale. The Coaldale Custom Cruisers Show and Shine is entering its 20th year. The group’s president, Gary Klassen, says due to the pandemic it’s been challenging to find a time to run the event. But now they’ve been approved by Alberta […]Read More

Two bodies found after RCMP investigate Coaldale home

The bodies of a Coaldale man and woman were found in a state of decomposition after authorities entered a residence for a wellness check. Police say neighbours reported not hearing from the residents in quite some time. What authorities found inside were their bodies. The manner of the deaths are deemed to be suspicious. The […]Read More