University of Lethbridge students could be paying about $200 more in non-instructional fees next year as the university deals with a 7.3 per cent cut to its funding.
City council is facing a list of upgrades and new facility proposals worth nearly $450 million. But it has rather less than that to spend on its new, four-year Capital Improvement Program.
Amid the recent larger discussion concerning the long-term future of the Lethbridge Fish and Game Association's (LFGA) shooting range, its members were able to take a moment and focus on something else Sunday.
Six months after the Lethbridge Police Association - a union group representing about 168 police officers - agreed to poll its members on the subject, the association's president says the group is trying to work through issues privately.
A Lethbridge man who spent nearly two years in a federal prison on child porn charges is back in the city - and police say he could be dangerous to children. Lethbridge police are warning the public about Benjamin Ross Burrows, 28, calling him a high-risk offender.
The Taber Police Service has charged a Burdett man with one count of voyeurism, contrary to Section 162 (1)(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada.
Police arrested 55 year old Frederik Dekker of Burdett and executed a search warrant on his residence on Wednesday. A judicial interim release was conducted and Dekker was released on a $5,000 no-cash recognizance, with conditions, to appear in Taber Provincial Court May 14. The investigation continues and more charges are pending.
In the interest of public safety, the Lethbridge Regional Police Service has issued a warning in regard to the release of a sex offender who is residing in The City of Lethbridge.
The Lethbridge regional police service floated the idea during a public meeting Tuesday night, following in the footsteps of other Alberta police forces who look to Holland College's Atlantic Police Academy in Prince Edward Island to help fill their ranks.
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