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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Lethbridge, Alberta Lucky tickets extra 3772216 pick 3 726 unlucky tickets photo radar can be found at the following locations today Taber 13th Street North issued by the Lethbridge regional police service see news happening Call our news hotline 403-328-4418 or email Lethbridge Herald monday May 25,2015 Page a2jailed teen needed extra medical care the associated press Chicago a talented teenage basketball player unable to Post Bond on a Low level burglary charge ended up ingesting screws Needles a 10-centimetre piece of Metal and other objects while behind bars leading the jail to spend More than is million in medical care on him. Authorities at Cook county jail told the Chicago Tribune that the Case of 17-year-old Lamont Cathey highlights the hazards of institutionalizing impressionable youths some of whom have mental health issues. A this Case to me is a perfect example of the failure of the criminal Justice system Quot the jail s executive director Cara Smith told the newspaper. A a it a been a crushingly sad and very frustrating the newspaper says the sheriffs office moved the Chicago teen into a newer Section of the jail last week and that his condition appears to have improved. Cathey has been in the jail for 16 months following his arrest for allegedly stealing Money from a pizzeria Safe after he could t Post a $5,000 Cash Bond. It s Only when a plea Deal that was supposed to let him attend a Boot Camp fell through last year that he began swallowing objects. They included a thumbtack strips of leather and even parts of a medical device he had dismantled. Information features a news from across Southern Alberta Odds amp ends note All lottery numbers Are unofficial until verified no. To vat u or some Lur puff your loin us for this free f ways to save for your future gics rasps rests budgets amp More. 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F pair regular $1399.98 of East a Chi Jem or it i a a a Arri a i Taj inf Trifu t a Wint Viii in can ology Herald photo by Tijana Martin pro Choice supporters gather outside a pro life demonstration at Galt gardens on Friday afternoon turning Point stories continued from ooh front Facie Notley a it really is about opening up this legislature and. Making the government of Alberta meaningful to albertan again a Notley told reporters. Former Calgary Alderman Joe Ceci was named the new finance minister at the ceremony. Former teacher and school administrator Marg Mccuaig bold was posted to Energy former nip Leader Brian Mason is the new minister of infrastructure and transportation. The ceremony brought to a close 43 years eight months and 15 Days of progressive conservative Rule. It is the longest stretch of Power by one party in Canadian history. Notley steam made its own history on May 5, capturing 54 of 87 Phillips a it was a Beautiful Way to introduce the executive Council members of our government to the people of Alberta a said Phillips. Quot it was a very open Way to Mark this occasion in a change of government and it s pretty Clear with the thousands of people who attended people Are looking for that kind of openness and change in our Phillips is the new minister of environment and sustainable resource development and the minister of Parks and recreation. A that is a big Job and i pm very much looking Forward to it. We have a number of priorities we be identified in the platform. And Iti be meeting with my officials tomorrow morning to get started on that a she said sunday. Quot the other assignment of course is the minister responsible for the status of women which is a rather historic thing. We be never had such a ministry in Alberta before. Many other jurisdictions have one and emergency Bania said he was in his car when the storm began shortly alter 4 . On saturday and that by 6 30 . The Village was devastated. Quot it started off As a trickle that was going Down the storm sewers to a River that was running Down the Road with debris floating along Quot he said describing the intensity of the rainfall As a it was raining just like you can to describe a rain combined with Hail coming Down like the sky was declaring a state of emergency could mean More financial support from the province for rebuilding on the heels of the disaster a especially important Given that Bania believes few homeowners have flood insurance. Charlene Milwarde a 2,000-Square-foot Home is one such residence where insurance May not cover the damage after her Home was shoved off its foundation and her basement was completely filled with mud. Legislature seats to dethrone the tories. Its the first nip government in Alberta. It is also a passing of the Torch. Notley a father Grant Notley was the Leader of albertan snap during lean years for the party in the 1970s and Early 80s. He died in a plane crash in 1984, just two years before the nip made an historic breakthrough winning 16 seats and forming official opposition in 1986. Notley ran on a plan that includes higher income taxes for the wealthy and rolling Back Many of Prentice a proposed tax and fee hikes. She has promised a review of Oil royalties to hike the minimum wage to $15 by 2018, to fund thousands of new Grade school students arriving this fall and to balance the budget by 2018-19. Alberta has always fallen behind on that front. Bus 2015, better late than Over the next couple months she said they will figure out exactly what the role will entail. She was also appointed As a Deputy government House Leader. Brian Mason was designated i Louse Leader responsible for ensuring the business of the House runs in orderly fashion. Phillips along with Heron Bijoux la for the North East Edmonton Riding of Beverly Clareview will he helping him. Quot we have a fairly Large majority caucus and Brian is going to need that kind of support so that s what we re Maria Fitzpatrick is looking Forward to representing Lethbridge last Phillips shared. A for me beyond my family the number one responsibility in my world is making sure my constituents have a voice in government Quot said Phillips. Quot at any particular time there May be Many Many assignments from the Premier but the people who come first Are always the people of a ashes pretty numb right now a said her Kotlier Cheryl. A a she a in Bauta called on the province and emergency response agencies to step in to help in situations such As this. Quot imagine How devastating it would be to lose your Home to a rainfall event and not have insurance coverage a he said. On sunday . Premier Christy Clark Tweeter her support for residents affected by the flooding. Local member of the legislative Assembly Jackie Tegart said the situation is especially devastating for a Semi desert settlement like Cache Creek which is unaccustomed to High Levels of rainfall. But she noted that the Community was banding together to recover. Quot Small communities help each other a said Tegart. Quot and certainly from what in be seen and heard from people on the ground that a exactly what a environment Canada said a severe thunderstorm watch remained in effect for Kamloops the Okanagan and the Shu Swap sunday evening. A thousand words morning news forecast a preview of today s major events Likely to make headlines Atlantic Halifax the . Government holds a memorial service to remember nearly 200 american prisoners of the War of 1812 who died while confined on Melville Island and were buried on headman a Island. Quebec Montreal the Charbonneau commission which looked into corruption in Quebec a construction Industry holds hearings. Journalists will be Able to report on the testimony from the first 15 minutes but the rest will be subject to a publication ban. Ottawa Ottawa a Public safety minister Steven Blaney and police authorities across the country announce a new Facebook feature to coincide with International missing children a Day. Ottawa 3 15p.m., Public safety minister Steven Blaney appears at Senate National Security committee hearing witnesses on Bill c-51, anti terrorism act 2015. Ottawa . Christine Whitecross Cal strategic espouse t Eam on sexual misconduct gives a briefing on the external review into sexual misconduct and sexual harassment in the Canadian armed forces. Ottawa a or. Sylvia Earle oceanographer discusses the state of the worlds oceans and the need for Canada to step up to protect Marine life. Prairies Calgary a preliminary hearing for Douglas Garland charged in the disappearance and killing of a five year old boy and his grandparents. Through May 29. Edmonton Edmonton fire chief Ken Block provides an update on a condominium fire on May 22 that caused an estimated $16 million damage. Edmonton a fatality inquiry into the death of Barry Stewart an inmate at the Edmonton remand Centre. He was arrested for an unpaid jaywalking ticket and placed in a cell with a mentally ill Man who stomped him to death. Through May 29. Fairfield mimes 1244-3 Avenue South Lethbridge go m 403 327-6070 to Truc aft to Xiii Cujic Ortua a a

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