17
Nov
2020
Posted by: In: Child sexual assault, Crime, Doctor Ramneek Kumar, Kuma charged with sex assault, Lethbridge, Lethbridge Court, Sexual assault case

Alberta pediatrician found not guilty of sexual assault

Pediatrician Ramneek Kumar has been found not guilty of sexual assault and sexual interference. The young girl who made the allegations is now 14-years-old and said the alleged assault happened when she was nine-years-old. Read more: Trial for pediatrician charged with sex assault begins in Lethbridge The young girl…
28
Oct
2020
Posted by: In: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Cyndi Vos, Economy, Lethbridge, lethbridge businesses, Lethbridge Chamber Of Commerce, more than half of Lethbridge businesses feel optimistic about the next six months, Pandemic, YQL

Many Lethbridge businesses feel optimistic about future: Chamber of Commerce – Lethbridge

Many Lethbridge businesses are feeling optimistic about the future, according to a new survey conducted by the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce. The survey aimed to grasp an understanding of the financial health and satisfaction of local businesses. Highlights from the survey indicate 52 per cent of respondents are expecting…
26
Oct
2020
Posted by: In: City of Lethbridge, Lethbridge, Lethbridge bylaws, lethbridge city council, lethbridge parking bylaw, lethbridge parking rules, Minimum parking requirements, Parking, Politics, Theoretically Brewing

City of Lethbridge looks to update minimum parking bylaws for businesses – Lethbridge

Kelti Baird is part owner of Theoretically Brewing Company in Lethbridge. She and her business partner would like to use their underutilized parking lot to expand the business, but red tape from the city is stopping them. Baird went in front of the Community Issues Committee meeting on Monday…
13
Aug
2020
Posted by: In: allied arts council, Art, Artists, Canada, Lethbridge, Lethbridge Art, lethbridge city council, Murals, pilot mural project in Lethbridge, Public Art, Wall Art, YQL

Participants sought for Lethbridge pilot project aimed at making city more vibrant – Lethbridge

The City of Lethbridge is looking to get more colourful and vibrant with a mural pilot project. The public art committee, along with the heart of our city committee and the Allied Arts Council in Lethbridge, are looking for artists and building owners interested in participating in this new art…
02
Aug
2020
Posted by: In: Churros, Churros Anyone?, COVID-19, COVID-19 Lethbridge, Features, Food Truck, Food Trucks, Ice Cream, Lethbridge, lethbridge food trucks, Swirls, swirls ice cream

Lethbridge food trucks adapting after COVID-19 put the brakes on summer event season – Lethbridge

A meal, snack, or drink on wheels — whatever you may be craving, there’s probably a food truck that has it. “Since opening our food truck we’ve seen a lot of growth in the food truck industry,” co-owner of Swirls Ice Cream Steve Hirlehey said. “A lot of new trucks…