February 25th, 2018

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The Brandon Wheat Kings made the most of their limited opportunities on Saturday at the Canalta Centre. While the Medicine Hat Tigers tilted the ice in their favour by controlling the majority of the action and outshooting Brandon by a staggering 34-14 margin, a few timely tallies were all the Wheat Kings needed to escape

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Local News

  • Seniors sought in small-town crime spree

    cgallant@medicinehatnews.com @CollinGallant RCMP in Redcliff as well as other provinces are on the lookout for two elderly bandits that might be best dubbed as ‘Barney and Clyde.’ The Medicine Hat News has learned that authorities believe the two older men seek out small-town grocery outlets or shops, then pilfer back offices of cash while the ... Read More »

    24 hours ago
  • Four Albertans dead in plane crash

    Lethbridge Herald A missing plane with four men from southern Alberta on board has been found in the southern United States with no survivors. The U.S. Air Force began a search for the plane that was overdue for its destination of Albuquerque, N.M. According to Jon Kaupp, the four missing men included his father, Bill ... Read More »

    24 hours ago
  • Medicine Hat native and Nobel prize winner Richard Taylor dies

    Medicine Hat News Medicine Hat native and Nobel Laureate Richard Edward Taylor died Thursday at his home on the Stanford University campus. He was 88. A physics professor at Stanford and SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Taylor had conducted experiments that revealed quark particles for the first time, which earned him the Nobel prize in physics ... Read More »

    24 hours ago

Local Sports

  • Opportunistic Wheat Kings squeak past Tigers

    The Brandon Wheat Kings made the most of their limited opportunities on Saturday at the Canalta Centre. While the Medicine Hat Tigers tilted the ice in their favour by controlling the majority of the action and outshooting Brandon by a staggering 34-14 margin, a few timely tallies were all the Wheat Kings needed to escape ... Read More »

    7 hours ago
  • Rattlers extend season with consolation win over Eagles, will play for fifth Saturday

    rmccracken@medicinehatnews.com  @MHNMcCracken The Medicine Hat Rattlers may not be bound for the national championship, but they managed Friday at the Snake Pit to extend their season for one more day. After falling in five sets to the Keyano Huskies in the Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference men’s volleyball championship quarter-finals, the Rattlers rebounded with a ... Read More »

    1 day ago
  • Mohawks fall to Rams

    Medicine Hat News The Mohawks had their hands full on Friday night at Hat High. While four players registered at least 10 points, Hat High’s varsity basketball team was unable to contain John Evans and Jack-Henry Fox-Grey of the LCI Rams, who combined for 45 points in an eventual 81-64 victory over the Mohawks. Reece ... Read More »

    1 day ago


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  • National Affairs: Patrick Brown lone Red Tory in PC leadership melodrama

    Ontario’s bizarre Progressive Conservative melodrama has entered a new phase of absurdity. Former leader Patrick Brown is considered too disreputable to sit in the Legislature as a Conservative. But he is apparently reputable enough to be the party’s leader again. He’s also the only candidate vying for the leadership who is running as a Red ... Read More »

    24 hours ago
  • Billy Graham will loom large for years to come

    The death of Billy Graham closes a significant chapter in world history. Hundreds of thousands of people made their way to gigantic stadiums around the world, not to watch a game or hear a rock star perform, but to hear Graham preach the gospel of Jesus Christ. There have been people who have tried to ... Read More »

    2 days ago
  • MLA Report: B.C.’s actions over pipeline shake the very foundation of confederation in Canada

    The need for Alberta to get its oil to tidewater so it can market our commodity internationally is absolutely essential to the province and the rest of our nation. Albertans need to be united in the demands of the federal and B.C. governments to allow a pipeline that has met the regulatory requirements to be ... Read More »

    2 days ago

Letters to The Editor

  • Why push for crude to be exported?

    I sympathize with those in British Columbia who are opposed to an additional oil pipeline without sufficient environmental guarantees. The people who have the power to force the pipeline to be built are not the ones who will suffer the consequences of the inevitable oil spills. The bullying to which the latter are being subjected ... Read More »

    24 hours ago
  • A global call for Canada’s financial assistance

    In our increasingly interconnected world, we must acknowledge the millions of people living in a poverty we will never fully comprehend. Yes, there is poverty in Canada but there’s no good reason we can’t address both the poverty here and the poverty abroad. We are one of the richest countries on the planet, making it ... Read More »

    2 days ago
  • Biblical prophecies have been fulfilled

    In reply to Dale Kosie’s “Prophecies ambiguous to the point of absurdity” I give him three crystal clear prophecies with their fulfillment: 1) Micah ch.5v2. “But you Bethlehem Ephratah, though you are little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of you shall come forth to Me the One to be the Ruler in Israel, ... Read More »

    2 days ago


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