November 22nd, 2014

Featured Story @MHNMcCuaig Medicine Hat’s police chief said MHPS and city officials are looking to finalize the purchase of a $200,000 armoured car — $78,000 less than budgeted. “This (armoured rescue vehicle) has more options than what we could have afforded on the $278,000 budget,” said MHPS Chief Andy ... Read More »

Local News

  • Growing up too fast: Living with diabetes in elementary school @MHNGillianSlade Sydney Steier was only three when the symptoms of diabetes began. There was bed wetting, not an issue before, and an insatiable thirst. The day after going for a blood test Sydney was admitted to hospital with Type 1 diabetes. “I cried,” said Sydney of all ... Read More »

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  • Armoured vehicle just about bought @MHNMcCuaig Medicine Hat’s police chief said MHPS and city officials are looking to finalize the purchase of a $200,000 armoured car — $78,000 less than budgeted. “This (armoured rescue vehicle) has more options than what we could have afforded on the $278,000 budget,” said MHPS Chief Andy ... Read More »

    13 hours ago
  • Utility admin charges heading up @CollinGallant Homeowners in Medicine Hat could pay about $2 more per month in utility administration charges during 2015 but the total cost on bills will be about $50 a month less than other Albertans pay. That is according to the City of Medicine Hat’s Energy Division, which ... Read More »

    13 hours ago

Local Sports

  • Battling adversity @MHNRooney “I think adversity’s the greatest teacher you can have, especially in sports.” If what he says is true, Anthony Ast has learned a lot in his hockey career. The 19-year-old centre will return to the Medicine Hat Tigers lineup as soon as tonight following wrist surgery ... Read More »

    13 hours ago
  • Rattlers building up their team confidence

    Medicine Hat News Winning teams find a way in close games, and that’s exactly what the Medicine Hat College women’s volleyball team did Friday night. The Rattlers edged the Kodiaks at Lethbridge College 3-1 (27-25, 18-25, 25-23, 25-15), needing some big plays late in each of the first ... Read More »

    13 hours ago
  • The long road to college @MHNRooney Already down 30 points to the third-ranked team in the country, the Rattlers women’s basketball team looked a bit stunned. Turnover after turnover, fast breaks the other way, and now, the Lethbridge College Kodiaks were about to in-bounds the basketball under Medicine Hat’s hoop. And that’s ... Read More »

    13 hours ago

Local Entertainment

  • Absofunkinlutely returns tonight

    Medicine Hat News A funkin’ good time is to be had tonight. Absofunkinlutely, a Saskatoon sextet, brings their funk-disco-soul fusion back to Medicine Hat for a show at Schooner’s Pub. Non-stop groovin’ tunes are sure to have your feet sore the next morning, say organizers. With three original ... Read More »

    13 hours ago
  • Give us music for the Hat Sports Podcast

    People already love listening to sports editor Sean Rooney and sports reporter Ryan McCracken each week on the Hat Sports Podcast, but it’s been missing something. Music.We want some intro music and know someone in Medicine Hat has just what we’re looking for. Send an original composition for ... Read More »

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Letters to The Editor

  • Clarifying YMCA’s funding model

    Re: “Seniors’ society an idea worth pursuing” Nov. 18 Thank you for your interest in the YMCA funding model. I would like to clarify a few points. The YMCA is a charitable community organization that is largely member-funded. Quality programs and services are made available to the community. ... Read More »

    13 hours ago
  • Fallacy to suggest closure of lab will save Alberta $5 million over five years

    Several weeks ago, the Alberta Health System (AHS) announcedthat the current privately-owned Medicine Hat Diagnostic Laboratory (MHDL) would be closing.This would result in the termination of 70 employees.The plan is to have all diagnostic tests presently performed at MHDL done at the hospital.The intention is to hire some ... Read More »

    2 days ago
  • Doubtful that Wildrose is ready to govern

    Danielle Smith continues to announce that she and the Wildrose Party are ready to govern Alberta.But are they? Recent events raise several major doubts about the party’s readiness, and especially about her level of organizational, managerial and leadership skills. She commented that Joe Anglin was suspected of taping ... Read More »

    4 days ago

Ticked & Tickled

  • Ticked Off and Tickled Pink Nov. 20

    Tickled Pink I am impressed with the construction crew that worked on the Maple Avenue Bridge for having completed the work in record time. Ticked Off Beautiful Remembrance Day message on the back of the real estate guide, but can’t someone proofread such a small number of words? ... Read More »

    3 days ago
  • Ticked Off and Tickled Pink Nov. 18

    Ticked Off Council should take a look at Red Deer, Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, or Sherwood Park as to the fact that RCMP patrol the streets there. I guess huge costs overruns are not an issue there. Ticked Off Random Act of Kindness shouldn’t be a national day ... Read More »

    5 days ago
  • Ticked Off and Tickled Pink Nov. 13

    Tickled Pink That the guy from a political party set the record straight about the moving of testing services to the hospital. Ticked Off That people in this city are becoming so intolerant. Lots of road rage, more rude people in the streets and business. Nothing seems to ... Read More »

    1 week ago

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In this Nov. 17, 2014 photo, Congui, a domesticated hutia, rides on the front door of an American classic car driven by its owner Rafael Lopez, in Bainoa, Cuba. Five years ago Lopez and his wife Ana Pedraza adopted Congui, their first pet hutia, a large rodent that lives in Cuba, Jamaica, Bahamas and some of the smaller Caribbean islands. More than a half-dozen more of the furry animals have been born at their home after occasionally bringing in a male hutia in to mate with Congui. (AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)
A partially collapsed scaffolding hangs from the One World Trade Center in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2014. New York City firefighters have been called to the nation's tallest skyscraper, where two workers are stuck on scaffolding 69 stories above street level. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
NEWS PHOTO PEGGY REVELL Seamus McConnery lays a simple white cross at the base of the Cenotaph, to sit amongst the wreathes, during Tuesday's Remembrance Day ceremony.
Miranda Lambert, left, and Meghan Trainor perform onstage at the 48th annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014, in Nashville, Tenn. (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP)
Cpl. Alex Amirault embraces his two-year-old daughter Cheyenne as HMCS Athabaskan returns to Halifax, Canada  on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. The warship was on a seven-week deployment in the Caribbean basin and the eastern Pacific Ocean.  (AP Photo/The Canadian Press,Andrew Vaughan)
This photo shows a bride at the altar inside San Biagio, a church outside Montepulciano, in Tuscany, Italy. The domed Renaissance church is one of a number of beautiful buildings that can be seen on a visit to Tuscany. (AP Photo/Karen Schwartz)
Marcus Cirillo, the son of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, wears a Highlander cap during the funeral procession for his father in Hamilton, Ont. on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. Cirillo was standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa last Wednesday when he was killed by a gunman who went on to open fire on Parliament Hill. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Frank Gunn
The cover of the Canadian Geographic book "Biggest and Best of Canada" is shown. In a country the size of Canada, there is no shortage of places to visit, ranging from don't bother to don't miss. But which ones are the best? THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO
Police secure an area around Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday Oct.22, 2014. A gunman opened fire at the National War Memorial, wounding a soldier, then moved to nearby Parliament Hill and wounded a security guard before he was shot, reportedly by Parliament's sergeant-at-arms. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

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