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Simpson and A. Bennett, introduced the Lethbridge Weekly Herald, which published its first issue Nov.

He returned to Lethbridge, which had not provided Buchanan with a favourable first impression, with Drummondville adults shows for couples 2012 chinook kicking up dust and debris.

Nevertheless, Buchanan decided to buy a half interest in the newly launched Lethbridge Weekly Herald.

Buchanan launched the Daily Herald on Dec. The Herald weathered the Great Depression in the s with the staff, from Buchanan on down, agreeing to take a pay cut of equal percentage until conditions improved.

The war presented another challenge because Cambridge female dating materials such as newsprint and type metal were in short supply. A malignant growth was discovered in August and on July 12,just nine days after celebrating his 78th birthday, W.

Buchanan died. There, he also St kilda street hookers in Canada with a former Spectator staffer to write a series of 16 youth-oriented adventure books, the Brad Forrest series, under the pen-name Hugh Maitland.

Buchanan before him, Mowers used The Herald to speak out on issues of importance to the community.

Mowers left Teen sex Trois-Rivières The Herald was sold to the huge Thomson Newspapers chain in The s also took The Herald further into the computer age, with the paper becoming the first Alberta newspaper to introduce an Internet edition in