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April 18, 2024
Community

Swim shuffle: City prepares for Kinsmen Aquatic Park construction closure at Big Marble Go Centre

As crews prepare to shut down the Kinsmen Aquatic Park at the Big Marble Go Centre on May 15, 2024 for a $2.8 million upgrade, plans are taking shape at other pools and amenities to accommodate swimmers.
Woman Charged with Mail Thefts
April 17, 2024
Community

Woman Charged with Mail Thefts

Following this investigation, Cassandra Chenoweth, 41-years-old, of Medicine Hat, AB has been charged with several mail / theft related offences. Chenoweth was held in custody for a Judicial Interm Release hearing and was released from custody. Chenoweth is scheduled to appear in Provincial Court on May 8, 2024.
It’s construction season! City projects ensure reliable infrastructure around town
April 16, 2024
Community

It’s construction season! City projects ensure reliable infrastructure around town

With spring thaw complete, the City of Medicine Hat is gearing up for another busy construction season to enhance road and utility infrastructure around town. The 2024 budget includes more than $40 million in capital infrastructure upgrades.
Apprehended: Leroy Sadler
April 11, 2024
Community

Apprehended: Leroy Sadler

Leroy SADLER is described as a white male, six foot three inches (6’3”) tall and weighing approximately two-hundred and twenty-one (221) pounds. SADLER and may have visible signs of a facial / jaw injury. There is no information available on what clothing Sadler may be wearing.
City launches community clean-up initiative for Earth Day
April 10, 2024
Community

City launches community clean-up initiative for Earth Day

Residents are encouraged to join a community-wide clean-up to celebrate Earth Day on Monday, April 22, 2024.
Clark and her Supporters Continue to Fan Flames of Discontent and Conspiracy
April 9, 2024
Commentary

Clark and her Supporters Continue to Fan Flames of Discontent and Conspiracy

For a group that wants the role of Mayor respected, Clark and her supporters are not very respectful of council as a whole. Clark could at anytime ask her supporters not to cheer her when she enters, or jeer other councilors, but she chooses not to lead and continues to antagonize council with her requests of information regarding spending and severance issues that she, as Mayor, signed off on. If that is not grandstanding then what is?
2024 Sports Wall of Fame Inductees selected
April 9, 2024
Sports

2024 Sports Wall of Fame Inductees selected

The City of Medicine Hat will welcome Joseph Fisher and Zorislav Krco, to the Sports Wall of Fame during an induction ceremony on Thursday, May 23, 2024, at the Big Marble Go Centre.
Province supports Airport growth and development with $150,000 investment
April 4, 2024
Community

Province supports Airport growth and development with $150,000 investment

The Government of Alberta announced today that the Medicine Hat Regional Airport is one of ten regional airports to be awarded the Regional Airport Development grant.
Clark Drama Only Inflamed Further by Release of One Sided Documents
March 28, 2024
Commentary

Clark Drama Only Inflamed Further by Release of One Sided Documents

Clark’s release of redacted documents questions her integrity as far as the “whole truth”, transparency regarding her behaviours and actions beyond the August 21st council meeting at the centre of the code of conduct breach.
Clark Code of Conduct Report Released
March 26, 2024
Politics

Clark Code of Conduct Report Released

Code of Conduct report released and it’s heavily redacted.
Mayor Clark Sanctions Were the Correct Decision
March 24, 2024
Commentary

Mayor Clark Sanctions Were the Correct Decision

The code of conduct complaint, and outside legal council's determination that Mayor Clark breached the code, was the trigger to try to deal with a number of Mayor Clark's behaviours that had created a working environment in city hall that neither the rest of council or administration were willing to continue to allow.
Mayor Clark Breaches Council Code of Conduct and Severely Sanctioned by Council
March 21, 2024
Politics

Mayor Clark Breaches Council Code of Conduct and Severely Sanctioned by Council

Medicine Hat city council has found Mayor Linnsie Clark in substantial breach of the council code of conduct bylaw and severely sanctioned as a result.
Special meeting of Council: March 21 at Noon
March 20, 2024
Politics

Special meeting of Council: March 21 at Noon

A special meeting of Medicine Hat City Council has been scheduled for Thursday, March 21 at 12 p.m. in City Council Chambers.
KPMG will conduct Medicine Hat’s energy business review
March 7, 2024
Politics

KPMG will conduct Medicine Hat’s energy business review

On Sept. 5, 2023, Medicine Hat City Council directed administration to convene an independent third-party review of the City’s energy business to confirm overall strategic approach to ensure best value for the community. Through a request for proposal (CMH23-113), the City of Medicine Hat awarded the contract to KPMG LLP.
City confirms no funding from Housing Accelerator Fund
March 4, 2024
Community

City confirms no funding from Housing Accelerator Fund

The City of Medicine Hat’s application to the Government of Canada’s Housing Accelerator Fund (HAF) has been denied. The HAF is a $4 billion federal funding program administered by Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation for municipalities to incentivize the implementation of local initiatives that remove barriers and accelerate the growth of housing supply.
LaGrange should check her facts before blaming AHS managers
March 4, 2024
Health & Wellness

LaGrange should check her facts before blaming AHS managers

Health Minister Adriana LaGrange has taken off the gloves, suggesting Alberta Health Services managers who aren’t on board with changes to AHS should find “greener pastures.”
2024 Alberta Budget Health Care Summary
February 29, 2024
Health & Wellness

2024 Alberta Budget Health Care Summary

The following is a focus on the health care spending in Budget 2024 which takes a hard look at rural health delivery and increases spending for rural practitioners.
Mayor Clark Tries And Fails At What’s Best For The City
February 7, 2024
Politics

Mayor Clark Tries And Fails At What’s Best For The City

It’s unfortunate that a recall petition and very little confidence from council, in light of stripping away some of her powers, doesn’t make Mayor Clark a little more humble in her role.
Dunmore Equestrian prepares to open new indoor riding arena
February 6, 2024
Business

Dunmore Equestrian prepares to open new indoor riding arena

Dunmore Equestrian prepares to open new indoor riding arena.
Something For Everyone Market
January 31, 2024
Community

Something For Everyone Market

We have up to 60 booths filled with crafters, artists, direct sales, and small businesses. These vendors come from all across Alberta and Saskatchewan to display their products for you, come out and show them support. And as always, there will be FREE ADMISSION to the public.
Southridge Community Park landscape and irrigation upgrades update
January 31, 2024
Community

Southridge Community Park landscape and irrigation upgrades update

Work on the landscape and irrigation project at Southridge Community Park is ongoing throughout the winter, with the current focus on activities inside the pumphouse. While the park’s washrooms remain open to the public, please be aware that there might be some short-term closures in the upcoming months as work continues.
HAT Smart launches 2024 residential incentive program
January 31, 2024
Community

HAT Smart launches 2024 residential incentive program

The City of Medicine Hat announces the 2024 launch of its popular and award-winning HAT Smart Residential Incentive Program with energy conservation and renewable energy savings for local utility customers.
City invites community to public engagement event at the Esplanade
January 24, 2024
Community

City invites community to public engagement event at the Esplanade

The City of Medicine Hat is inviting residents to ‘Municipal Mingle’, a public engagement event, at the Esplanade Studio Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 13, from 4 to 7 p.m. The event is an opportunity for community members to connect, engage, and share their feedback on a range of local initiatives.
Now accepting registrations for the 59th Annual Jam Pail Bonspiel
January 25, 2024
Sports

Now accepting registrations for the 59th Annual Jam Pail Bonspiel

Medicine Hat’s longest running sporting event, the Jam Pail Bonspiel, will take place this year on February 21 and 22 at the Kinplex. Registration is now open.
Kinsmen Aquatic Park, Cenovus Arena at Big Marble Go Centre to receive significant upgrades in 2024
January 25, 2024
Sports

Kinsmen Aquatic Park, Cenovus Arena at Big Marble Go Centre to receive significant upgrades in 2024

The Big Marble Go Centre will see major upgrades in 2024 on both the pool and arena infrastructure to ensure the longevity of the facility. The Cenovus Arena will close from the middle of April 2024 until July, while the Kinsmen Aquatic Centre will be closed from May to September.
Community Vibrancy Grant is accepting applications for 2024
January 9, 2024
Community

Community Vibrancy Grant is accepting applications for 2024

The City will begin accepting applications for its Community Vibrancy – Community Projects and Activities grant on Jan. 8 through to Feb. 7, 2024, at 3 p.m.
Operation Cold Start Underway
January 9, 2024
Community

Operation Cold Start Underway

With the arrival of cold weather across the province, the Medicine Hat Police Service (MHPS) is partnering with law enforcement agencies across Alberta to launch Operation Cold Start, a crime prevention initiative aimed at addressing the high number of warm-up auto thefts that occur during the winter months.
Story of the Year 2023: POWER!
December 30, 2023
Commentary

Story of the Year 2023: POWER!

The Sentinel has chosen local power prices and the political posturing on behalf of city council and the broader community is it's top story for 2023. Read more to find out why.
$100 million in Stabilization Funding for Family and Rural Generalist Care
December 21, 2023
Health & Wellness

$100 million in Stabilization Funding for Family and Rural Generalist Care

This afternoon Minister of Health Adriana LaGrange and Premier Danielle Smith announced that government will apply $100 million to immediate stabilization of family and rural generalist physician practices.
Lethbridge City Council responds to request from Lethbridge & District Exhibition
December 18, 2023
Community

Lethbridge City Council responds to request from Lethbridge & District Exhibition

An Interim governance body was implemented, excluding any previous board members, to ensure a clean slate. The new governance body will be comprised of Administrative staff from the City of Lethbridge and Administrative staff from Lethbridge County (pending acceptance from Lethbridge County Council)
City of Medicine Hat - Neat To Know
December 12, 2023
Community

City of Medicine Hat - Neat To Know

Thanks for reading Neat to Know - a feature from the City of Medicine Hat to ensure you don't miss important info and some that is really, well...neat to know!
City Transit recent updates: Route 21 and 56
December 12, 2023
Community

City Transit recent updates: Route 21 and 56

City Transit regularly monitors and evaluates its systems, routes, and customer feedback to uphold high service standards. With that, recent updates have been made to Routes 21 and 56
MHPS 125th Anniversary Parade
December 12, 2023
Community

MHPS 125th Anniversary Parade

On January 13, 2024, the Medicine Hat Police Service will be celebrating 125 years of service to the community.
Southern Alberta Patients Benefit From State-of-the-Art Simulation Lab
December 12, 2023
Health & Wellness

Southern Alberta Patients Benefit From State-of-the-Art Simulation Lab

Southern Alberta patients benefit from the state-of-the-art simulation lab at Medicine Hat Regional Hospital (MHRH) - Source AHS with story & photos by Jennifer Vanderlaan
Possess Dangerous Weapon
December 9, 2023
Community

Possess Dangerous Weapon

On December 7 at approximately 7:00 PM members of the Medicine Hat Police Service responded to a report of a suspicious person possibly armed with a pistol in the 100 block of South Railway Street.
Will The MHES Grandstand Project Be A Money Pit?
December 3, 2023
Commentary

Will The MHES Grandstand Project Be A Money Pit?

This week the Lethbridge Exhibition came hat in hand to Lethbridge city council to ask for more money for budgetary shortfalls of the new multi-million dollar Agri-Food Hub facilities.. How will the taxpayers of Medicine Hat be protected from the same continuing funding asks if the city does fund the MHES to build its new grandstand facility?
CMHA-ASER Statement on Ceasing Operations
November 30, 2023
Health & Wellness

CMHA-ASER Statement on Ceasing Operations

CMHA-Alberta Division has been informed by the CMHA-Alberta Southeast Region (CMHA-ASER) Board that they have made the difficult decision to cease operations effective immediately due to financial pressures.
Letter to AMA Members from Dr. Paul Parks
November 24, 2023
Health & Wellness

Letter to AMA Members from Dr. Paul Parks

Our colleagues across the health care spectrum deserve respect and support. So do family physicians, who cannot be replaced by nurse practitioners. Integrated teams have been demonstrated to be the best model for primary care — evidence supports the model. It is misleading to suggest otherwise.
The Great Disconnect Documentary
November 24, 2023
Community

The Great Disconnect Documentary

In partnership with Family and Community Support Services, the Digital Wellness Coalition, Students Association of Medicine Hat College, and What Matters to Hatters, the City is hosting a series of film screenings and interactive discussions centered around the documentary, The Great Disconnect.
City launches weekly Neat to Know feature to support public communications
November 24, 2023
Community

City launches weekly Neat to Know feature to support public communications

Recognizing the challenges residents face in finding reliable and timely information amidst an abundance of internet content, the City of Medicine Hat has launched a weekly digital feature, Neat to Know, a communication initiative that will compile significant City-related news into a single, easily accessible link.
Kipling Community Garden relocating to Crescent Heights
November 24, 2023
Community

Kipling Community Garden relocating to Crescent Heights

The City of Medicine Hat, in partnership with the Community Food Connections Association, is relocating the Kipling Community Garden to Osborne Park in Crescent Heights. Starting Spring of 2024, the tennis courts in Osborne Parks will close, paving the way for the community garden.
Drug Traffickers Arrested in Medicine Hat
November 21, 2023
Community

Drug Traffickers Arrested in Medicine Hat

A joint investigation between ALERT and the Medicine Hat Police Service has led to charges against three suspected drug dealers.
Get Downtown for Midnight Madness!
November 17, 2023
Community

Get Downtown for Midnight Madness!

Get ready for a night of holiday magic! Medicine Hat's Midnight Madness is in full swing, with live music, exclusive deals, and festive cheer lighting up downtown tonight until midnight. Join us for an unforgettable celebration and kickstart your holiday season with local flair!
New Public Electric Vehicle Chargers Available in Medicine Hat’s Downtown
November 14, 2023
Community

New Public Electric Vehicle Chargers Available in Medicine Hat’s Downtown

The City of Medicine Hat has recently installed two new Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations at Towne Square in the city’s downtown.
Three Medicine Hat Men Charged With Assault
November 11, 2023
Community

Three Medicine Hat Men Charged With Assault

Three Medicine Hat men have been charged with assault following a disturbance that occurred during the afternoon of November 8, 2023, in the 200 block of 2nd Street NE.
AMA President Addresses UCP Changes To AHS In Letter To Members
November 8, 2023
Health & Wellness

AMA President Addresses UCP Changes To AHS In Letter To Members

Today, in a letter to AMA members, President Dr. Paul Parks stated the following regarding concerns about potential changes to AHS structure and delivery of medical services by the UCP government.
Medicine Hat City Council Highlights November 6 2023
November 7, 2023
Politics

Medicine Hat City Council Highlights November 6 2023

This summary provides a brief overview of City Council meetings and does not reflect all discussion and debate. For full details, download the  agenda package  or watch the full meeting on the  City of Medicine Hat’s YouTube channel. 
Tigers Down Silvertips 4-1 in Convincing Fashion
November 5, 2023
Sports

Tigers Down Silvertips 4-1 in Convincing Fashion

Ethan McCallum (Brandon, MB) and the timely saves that followed him in his second career start proved to be the difference needed, while Hayden Harsanyi (Calgary, AB) would score his first goal in the Western Hockey League. As part of the Medicine Hat Tigers 4-1 victory over the Everett Silvertips Saturday night at Co-op Place.
TIGERS DROP 6-3 DECISION TO WINTERHAWKS
November 2, 2023
Sports

TIGERS DROP 6-3 DECISION TO WINTERHAWKS

Despite a one goal lead heading to the third period. The Medicine Hat Tigers dropped a 6-3 decision to the Portland Winterhawks Wednesday night.
Nickel Group Developers Left Owing Contractors
November 2, 2023
Business

Nickel Group Developers Left Owing Contractors

Sources who wish to remain anonymous have told the Sentinel that they are owed thousands of dollars by the Nickel Group Developments.
Canadian Western Bank Closing Medicine Hat Branch
October 29, 2023
Business

Canadian Western Bank Closing Medicine Hat Branch

CWB has decide to close the Medicine Hat branch by March of 2024 in a move to downsize operations.
City of Medicine Hat News - Statement: Correcting information about Medicine Hat’s electricity generation volumes
October 24, 2023
Community

City of Medicine Hat News - Statement: Correcting information about Medicine Hat’s electricity generation volumes

Managing Director of Energy, Land and Environment Rochelle Pancoast issued the following statement to correct inaccurate information that was shared at the October 16th public hearing to amend the Electric Utility Bylaw and establish an interim electricity rate.
Crime map shows visual, location-based crime data in Medicine Hat
October 24, 2023
Community

Crime map shows visual, location-based crime data in Medicine Hat

The Medicine Hat Police Service (MHPS) and City of Medicine Hat (CMH) announce the return of the crime map, an interactive community safety tool that displays calls for service throughout the community. “Keeping the community informed about police activities and matters concerning community safety is a top priority for the MHPS,” says Chief Alan Murphy.
Business Growth Trade Show in Southeast Alberta on October 25th
October 23, 2023
Business

Business Growth Trade Show in Southeast Alberta on October 25th

The APEX Alberta partnership is organizing the first Business Growth Trade Show in Southeast Alberta on October 25, 2023, from 6 to 8p.m. This event offers entrepreneurs and municipal leaders the chance to learn about government programs by connecting face-to-face with the organizations that provide these services.
City Responds To Observed Power Quality Concerns
October 19, 2023
Community

City Responds To Observed Power Quality Concerns

he City of Medicine Hat is aware of power quality fluctuations typically observed as “flickering lights” within our franchise area (City of Medicine Hat, Redcliff, Dunmore, and parts of Cypress County).
What Is Your Sawdust
October 19, 2023
Religion & Spirituality

What Is Your Sawdust

The people of most societies are made up of the wealthy, the middle class and the poor. How each of these groups are defined tends to be determined by country or region being assessed. The wealthy and middle class are frequently depended on to care for the poor, doing their best to provide the necessities of life. Often this is done by donating money, food, clothing etc to the poor and homeless asking nothing in return.
October 16, 2023
Community

Bill C-18: Navigating the Roadblocks for Small Local News

Bill C-18: Challenges and Opportunities for Small Local News" Discover how new legislation and tech giant responses are affecting small local news outlets, and explore the impact on community-driven content, voice silencing, and information access. Join Sun City Team in their resilience and commitment to celebrating freedom of self-expression and community-driven content despite the roadblocks.
Medicine Hat Born Elic Ayomanor Sets Stanford College Football Record in Win Over Dion Sanders Colorado Buffalos
October 15, 2023
Sports

Medicine Hat Born Elic Ayomanor Sets Stanford College Football Record in Win Over Dion Sanders Colorado Buffalos

Medicine Hat born Elic Ayomanor lead a massive comeback win again coach “Prime Time” Dion Sanders’ Colorado Buffalos Saturday evening to beat the Buffs 46-43 in double overtime.
October 11, 2023
Politics

Petition to Recall Mayor Submitted to City

The City of Medicine Hat has received official notice of a mayoral recall petition from Nicole Frey of Medicine Hat, in accordance with the Municipal Government Act
Missing Person Located
October 9, 2023
Community

Missing Person Located

Sienna Elliot, who was previously reported as a missing person has been safely located. The Medicine Hat Police Service is appreciative the the support provided by the community locating Sienna.
October 6, 2023
Community

Seasonal Closures of Park Washrooms and Kitchens

As summer draws to a close, washrooms and facilities will be winterized and closed as of Oct. 10, 2023
September 19, 2023
Community

City staff and MHPS to Host Neighborhood Emergency Training

This event is an opportunity for community members to engage directly with first responders and emergency management experts, gaining crucial knowledge to safeguard themselves and their loved ones during emergencies.
September 17, 2023
Arts & Culture

Monarch Theatre to Re-open Under New Non-Profit Ownership

The Monarch Theatre will once again open its doors, looking to the future while honouring the past.
September 14, 2023
Arts & Culture

Sale of the Monarch Theatre to be Announced.

The long awaited and much speculated sale of the Monarch Theatre will be announced at Monday's council meeting.
October 4, 2023
Commentary

MH Stampede Not Living In Reality

The Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede made a presentation to council this week and you could say it was poor at best and insulting to Medicine Hat council and taxpayers at the least.
September 10, 2023
Food & Beverage

These Cookies are Worth the CRUMBL

The cookies are going to CRUMBL on Friday September 15th and Medicine Hat's newest food franchise is opening it's doors.
September 10, 2023
Community

Male Arrested for Weapons Offenses

MHPS is reporting a male is in custody facing weapons related offences following a report of a disturbance at a multi suite residence this morning.
September 5, 2023
Politics

Council Highlights of September 5 2023

Under new business, City Council approved a Cost Pressure Relief Program as amended. $200 per month for the months of August, September, October and November be applied to each Residential Utility Account holder, including residential units represented by condo associations and other housing-based associations as a community cost pressure relief program, commencing with a double initial payment on the billing cycle of September 18, 2023.
September 4, 2023
Politics

Sparks Fly At Council Meeting Over Power Generation Strategic Review

Sparks were flying - all pun intended - between councilors regarding the motion and debate around a strategic review of the power utility. It was clear that two camps emerged on the issue of a strategic review when the ownership structure of the utility was included in the motion. Councilor Van Dyke, Chair of the Energy committee, was adamant that no ownership review be in the motion and made an amendment to remove it. Councilor Robbins, Dumanowksi and Mayor Clark all supported the amendment but were voted down by council 5-4.
September 3, 2023
Sports

Local Football Standout Records First US College Stats

Medicine Hat native Elic Ayomanor, who plays for the Stanford Cardinals, recorded his first receptions as a Sophomore player on Saturday.
September 1, 2023
Politics

Power Rebates Recommended

The City of Medicine Hat administration is recommending power rebates for September, October and November to homeowners and small and medium size businesses that are on city utilities in the franchise area. The proposal is for homeowners to receive $200/month and small and medium size business to receive $500/month for the next 3 months. The proposal is for a total of $25 million to be rebated to ratepayers. The power utility is forecasted to earn more than $60 million more than originally budgeted.
August 31, 2023
Community

Energy Rates Set for September

The September electricity default regulated rate (RRO) for Residential, Farm, Small and Medium Commercial, Unmetered Services and Rental Lighting customers is $0.25068 per kilowatt hour (kWh), down from the previous month of $0.29673 per kWh. The rate is based on the average of the rates for owners whose regulated rate tariffs are approved by the Alberta Utilities Commission under section 103(2) of the Electric Utilities Act for that calendar month as posted by the Alberta Utilities Commission on its internet page under Regulated Rate Option Regulation.
August 31, 2023
Community

Gates On Downtown Pedestrian Underpass Installed - Nightly Closures Begin Monday

The underpass that connects South Railway Street SE and North Railway Street SE under the railyard will be closed nightly from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. to prevent unintended consequences from misuse of the infrastructure.
August 31, 2023
Arts & Culture

The Band of the Household Cavalry Coming to the Esplanade

Unveil the grandeur of The Band of the Household Cavalry for 2 shows: one the Esplanade Terrace at 2 PM (weather permitting) featuring their modern function band, followed by a full concert in the theatre at 7 PM, performed by the band in its entirety!
August 29, 2023
Education & Learning

School Resource Officers

It’s time to head back to school and our Medicine Hat Police Service School Resource Officers (SRO) are excited for the start of a new school year!
August 28, 2023
Money & Wealth

Calling All Financial Advisors

Calling all financial advisors. We are looking for you to contribute to the Sun City Sentinel.
August 28, 2023
Community

City Transit Introduces New Route 56 in the South

Beginning August 31, 2023, Transit Services is piloting the implementation of Route 56 in the South aimed at improving service reliability, particularly during peak traffic periods. The new route will also offer direct access from Southlands Boulevard and Masterpiece Lodge areas to prime shopping locations including the Medicine Hat Mall and the Walmart area.
August 27, 2023
Religion & Spirituality

Even Good People Need Encouragement

We are to honour those among us who have served well but now need healing and restoration. If “we come away to a place of restoration, rest, and encouragement” then our wounds can be healed, and we can once again be a useful and often even stronger part of the Kingdom of God.
August 27, 2023
Community

2023 Spray Parks and Outdoor Pool Closures

As the summer season comes to an end, the Parks and Recreation department will prepare to close its outdoor pools and spray parks.
August 29, 2023
Commentary

Mayor Burning Bridges With Council

With last week's friction at city council, there has been much talk in the community about council effectiveness and cohesion. The blatant personal attack by the Mayor on the CAO, regarding corporate staff restructuring, showed that things are fraying between the Mayor, administration and the rest of council.
August 25, 2023
Sports

Lee Commits to University of Calgary

The Medicine Hat Tigers are proud to announce the commitment of 2022-23 leading goal scorer Brenden Lee (Seattle, WA) has committed to the University of Calgary Dinos for the upcoming USports season.
August 23, 2023
Community

Two People Arrested In Vehicle Thefts

ALERT’s Medicine Hat-based Regional Property Crimes unit has recovered a stolen motorhome, two trucks, and a cargo trailer, with a total estimated value of $140,000. The seizures took place on August 18, 2023, at Kin Coulee Park in Medicine Hat and a rural property.
August 24, 2023
Arts & Culture

Time to Rock the Porches Again!

Porch Fest is set to light up the South East Hill once again!
August 23, 2023
Community

Bylaw To Focus On Responsible Animal Ownership

Over the next couple of weeks Hatters can expect to see an increased presence of Bylaw officers in city parks and on the trail system.
August 22, 2023
Community

Low River Levels Require Increased Water Conservation

In response to observed low river levels and water shortage advisories for river basins upstream of Medicine Hat from Alberta Environment and Protected Areas (EPA), the City of Medicine Hat will enact Phase 1 of the Water Shortage Management Plan effective Monday, Aug. 28, 2023.
August 20, 2023
Politics

Trap Neuter Return Bylaw Finally Passes Council

After many months, pros and cons and much input from the community, the Trap Neuter Return (TNR) bylaw passes council unanimously…with an amendment.
August 20, 2023
Sports

Rattlers Open Tryouts

If you are a current or incoming student at Medicine Hat College, open tryouts for Rattlers teams start next week.
August 19, 2023
Commentary

The Power Profits Problem

Our city owns its own power generation. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? Does council have the knowledge and ability to steward our power production into the future without making major financial and/or political mistakes?
August 19, 2023
Food & Beverage

Are You a Foodie?

Would you like to have a meal on us? We are looking for a restaurant reviewer/critic to sign up and visit local establishments and submit a write up. We'll cover the cost of a meal for one to do so.
August 17, 2023
Sports

Dawgs Win WCBL Championship

In a valiant effort, the Mavs fought an uphill battle Thursday night but unfortunately were unable to overcome the Dawgs batsmen.
August 16, 2023
Arts & Culture

Medicine Hat Vintage Trailer Rally This Weekend

On Saturday, August 19 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m., a collective group of Vintage Trailer’s will gather at Gas City Campground (402 11 Avenue SW, Medicine Hat).
August 15, 2023
Sports

Mavs Pound Dawgs - Take Game 2

Medicine Hat Mavericks take the lumber to the Okotoks Dawgs to take game 2 in convincing fashion to force a winner take all game three for the WCBL Championship.
August 16, 2023
Sports

Van Mulligen Invited To Oilers Rookie Camp

Tigers defenceman & Medicine Hat product Josh Van Mulligen, 18, has been invited to Edmonton Oilers rookie camp in Penticton, BC. next month.
August 14, 2023
Community

Big Marble Go Centre Pool Will Close For Annual Maintenance

Big Marble Go Centre pool closed August 17 until September 4.
August 14, 2023
Sports

Mavs Drop Game 1 of WCBL Championship

The Dawgs shutout the Mavs Tuesday night.
August 10, 2023
Sports

Mavs Derail Miller Express

Mavericks rally late to take game one against Moose Jaw