September 30th, 2020

Southern Alberta News

Relationships and resilience

By Submitted Article on September 30th, 2020

Resilience is not something we are born with; rather, it is generated and developed as a result of the experiences we face as we live our daily lives. The first step in the process of cultivating and building resilience comes from primary relationships we have with our parents and, later, extended family members. It stands ... Read More »

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College to host Orange Shirt, Sisters in Spirit online events

By Jensen, Randy on September 30th, 2020

LETHBRIDGE HERALD Lethbridge College’s Indigenous Services team is hosting two important online events this week. Today, the college will host its annual Orange Shirt Day ceremony, while on Friday, it will recognize the Sisters in Spirit event. Both events will begin at 10 a.m. Orange Shirt Day honours the resilience and culture of Indigenous peoples ... Read More »

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St. Mary water could return to Milk River by mid-October

By Jensen, Randy on September 30th, 2020

Tim Kalinowski Lethbridge Herald tkalinowski@lethbridgeherald.com With the race to complete work before winter, U.S. authorities are aiming to have water running through the St. Mary River Diversion project back into the Milk River by mid-October. “Construction work continues on Drops 2 and 5,” confirmed Montana Area Manager Steve Davies of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation ... Read More »

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Man ordered to attend court or face arrest

By Shurtz, Delon on September 30th, 2020

Delon Shurtz lethbridge herald dshurtz@lethbridgeherald.com A Lethbridge man has been ordered to attend court next month or risk being arrested and placed in custody. That’s the message Lethbridge lawyer Wade Hlady must deliver to his client, Travis Roy Priest, who, a judge was told Monday, has not been responding to advice that he contact Legal ... Read More »

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FCSS event celebrating seniors

By Submitted Article on September 30th, 2020

Online workshop taking place Thursday Garrett Simmons FCSS COMMUNICATIONS “If you don’t know where you’ve come from, you don’t know where you’re going.” That famous quote is just as relevant today as it was when it was first stated. Certainly, there are not many better ways to learn where you’ve come from than speaking with ... Read More »

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UBC grad wins first U of L Bridge Prize

By Jensen, Randy on September 30th, 2020

LETHBRIDGE HERALD University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate student Sara de Waal has won the first University of Lethbridge Bridge Prize national short story writing competition, earning a $7,500 first-place award from a pool of 340 submissions. Her touching and poignant tale “Cecilia and Richard” won the favour of the jury panel and elicited praise ... Read More »

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Lethbridge-East MLA confirms supportfor local EMS dispatch

By Jensen, Randy on September 30th, 2020

Lethbridge Herald Lethbridge-East MLA Nathan Neudorf is confirming his unwavering support for local EMS Dispatch in light of recent plans by Alberta Health Services to end its contract with local emergency service operators in Lethbridge, the RM of Wood Buffalo, Calgary and Red Deer. “Since being elected, I have consistently worked towards one goal: the ... Read More »

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Dickens classic comes to Rosebud Theatre

By Sulz, Dave on September 30th, 2020

LETHBRIDGE HERALD Rosebud Theatre will be bringing live theatre back to Alberta, reopening on Nov. 6 with a safely distanced Charles Dickens’ classic, “A Christmas Carol.” “It’s Christmas Eve in Victorian England. A street-wise storyteller lights a candle and, with a twinkle in his eye, invites us into the story of a miser who was ... Read More »

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Bowlers back on the lanes with COVID-19 restrictions in place

By Woodard, Dale on September 30th, 2020

Dale Woodard Lethbridge Herald sports@lethbridgeherald.com Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, things are rolling at Holiday Bowl. Restrictions are in place, but the bowling alley’s leagues hit the lanes in the last week of August. “With our restrictions we’re only allowed to have 50 people in the bowlers area, which is half our capacity,” said Jason ... Read More »

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#YQL Expressions of Reconciliation Art & Media Contest opens

By Jensen, Randy on September 30th, 2020

LETHBRIDGE HERALD For the third year, local artists of all ages and abilities are invited to get creative for a chance to win a cash prize in the #YQL Expressions of Reconciliation Art & Media Contest. The contest, a collaboration between United Way, the Reconciliation Lethbridge Advisory Committee, Lethbridge Indigenous Sharing Network and The Gallery ... Read More »

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