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City launches Parks Master Plan community survey

The parks and cemeteries department at the City of Lethbridge is embarking on their Parks Master Plan Project with the kickoff of a community survey. The group is looking for feedback from residents on the parks system. Parks Planning Manager, Chris Witkowski says the master plan is all about what the public wants in terms […]Read More

Lethbridge Police Service Community Survey results are in

The results of the 2022 Community Survey through the Lethbridge Police Service are in, and it shows more than three quarters of respondents are satisfied with the department. Eighty-six per cent said the service is adequate to good, however about 14 per cent rated the LPS as poor. “We can never have 100 per cent […]Read More

The Watch program recognized with provincial justice award

The Lethbridge Police Service’s Watch Program was recognized last week with the Community Justice Award. It is an award acknowledging either individuals or organizations that have contributed to community justice work in the province. The program began in May of 2019 and manager Jeff Cove says to be recognized on the provincial stage feels amazing. […]Read More

Coffee with a Cop initiative underway in Medicine Hat

Residents in Medicine Hat can sit down and enjoy a cup of joe with a member of the police as part of the services Coffee with a Cop initiative. At a variety of different locations, from now until April 9th, you can sit down with a police officer and have a conversation about anything. Medicine […]Read More

Terry Fox Run celebrates 41st anniversary

The 41st annual Terry Fox Run took place over the weekend. The event was originally supposed to be in person, but recent restrictions changed those plans to a virtual format. As Micah Quinn explains, the event is highlighting the legacy of what Terry accomplished four decades ago.Read More

Hollowed out tree brings joy to community

Chances are you may have seen a hollowed out tree in Nicholas Sheran Park. This isn’t any normal tree, inside are rocks and pieces of wood painted with words of kindness. As Micah Quinn explains, the students who started the idea wanted to show the community they are being thought of.Read More