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With more expensive speeding fines, you’re going to want to #SlowDown. There were 4,873 tickets for speeding and aggressive driving issued by police during the April Traffic Safety Spotlight on speeding.

Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in the community in June.

Tuesday, 22 May 2018 05:59

SouthGrow hosts informational meeting May 30

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SouthGrow, Alberta SouthWest, Lethbridge Economic Development, and RINSA are hosting a Netherlands trade officer Maarten den Ouden on May 30 in Lethbridge.

GLOBE NEWSWIRE On Mothers’ Day, Fair Start Alberta launched the third phase of their campaign: Fair Start for Families. Alberta’s current Early Childhood Education and Care model is fragmented, inaccessible, and unaffordable. Alberta currently has some of the highest child care costs in the country.

Margaret Wooding School principal Craig Corsie and four of his students provided Prairie Rose School Division trustees with a presentation on a few of the things happening at the school.

Prairie Rose School Division trustees made some important policy changes and approved some year-end class trips at their May 10 board meeting.

The Royal Canadian Legion General Stewart Branch held its annual awards for the Legion Poster and Literary competition on 9 May in the Memorial Hall. 

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