Articles by Terry Vogt
- Lethbridge residents now travelling to find family doctors as physician shortage worsens
- Albertans concerned about coal mining in Eastern Slopes: Leger Poll
- Linking landscapes — remote cameras used to monitor wildlife movement in the Crowsnest Pass
- 'A shame that a lot of it is gone': 100 year old Lethbridge garage destroyed by fire
- Countdown is on to Whoop Up Days as Lethbridge and District Exhibition announce protocols
- On-campus learning returns but Lethbridge post-secondary schools prepared to pivot
- Cast your ballot — Early voting option available at Elections Canada office in Lethbridge
- Lethbridge officials confident elections can take place safely during pandemic
- Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce to survey businesses on COVID-19 vaccine passports
- Lethbridge Olympic bobsleigh coach gears up for final push to Beijing 2022 Winter Games
- Former police chief enters Lethbridge city council race
- Castle Mountain Resort improvements underway, more than $1.5M invested to enhance ski experience
- Local candidates expecting federal election call - race underway in Lethbridge riding
- Calls for 24-7 mental health crisis line for agriculture sector as stress levels soar with drought
- Lethbridge drug overdose deaths up 67 per cent over last year
- Cat-astrophe: Stray and abandoned cats on the loose after fence cut at Lethbridge rescue
- Bigger and more interesting: Former councillor in the running for Lethbridge's mayor
- Vulcan gets into Olympic spirit, supporting local rubgy star Keyara Wardley
- Air quality concerns in southwestern Alberta from wildfires
- Whoop-Up Days plans announced: No parade, fair moved to September
**Terry Vogt is no longer with CTV News as of the fall of 2021. He is enjoying retirement**
Terry Vogt has been on the air since 1972, telling your stories in Lethbridge, Southern Alberta and Southeastern B.C.
Terry was born and raised in Picture Butte, Alberta, and in 2013 was inducted to the Palliser School District Wall of Fame, for Outstanding Achievement in Broadcast Journalism.
He has also been named a Distinguished Alumni of Lethbridge College in recognition of his decades of service through his work in radio and television.
Lethbridge-based Terry continues to serve as a member of Lethbridge College’s Digital Communications and Media Advisory Committee, and has also shared his expertise with the Broadcasting Advisory Committee at SAIT.
He was Promotions Director for the 2012 Alberta Summer Games in Lethbridge.
Terry’s coverage on local issues has helped CTV Lethbridge earn national recognition, including a 1989 RTDNA Ron Laidlaw Award for continuing coverage of cults and teen suicides in Lethbridge. He was also winner of an Iris Award in 1992, for coverage of a bird rescue story, and under his guidance, CTV Lethbridge was honoured in 2012 with a Bert Cannings Award, for the Best Newscast Small Market in both the Prairies and National categories.
In 2015, Terry was presented with an Outstanding in Media award, by Southwest Service and Tourism.
From covering floods and forest fires, to crime, agricultural issues, government and human interest stories, Terry has been intimately involved in the Southern Alberta community for more than 45 years.
Terry speaks English.