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Mosque prays for Humboldt souls

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in Lloydminster held a special prayer boosted by hockey stick power for all those affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy. more »

City bluegrass band roams county

Toes are tapping already over news the Slocan Ramblers will be headed our way for an encore performance of their unique bluegrass and roots stylings. more »

Bobcats introduce the future

The Lloydminster Bobcats want to build an AJHL champion by recruiting the best junior A prospects out there. more »

My Broncos recollections

Besides both of us living or having lived in Humboldt, we are both educators as Garinger also currently serves as the director of education at the Humboldt Public School Division, while I taught and was… more »

Genbukai athletes hit Border City

For a little over seven hours on Saturday, these 220 athletes entered the ring during the 31st annual Lloydminster Karate Club/Japan Karate Centre tournament at Holy Rosary High School. more »

National fiddler shares his knowledge

École St. Thomas was able to have a special guest come by and teach them about music last week. more »

Stressed mom empowers family supports

Midwest Family Connections is hoping to expand the community scope of its Maternal Mental Health Initiative (MMHI) with year-round corporate support. more »

Broncos carry flag for organ week

The impact of the Humboldt Broncos tragedy is helping to fill a local publicity gap about National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week. more »

City takes first step towards cannabis prep

City Council has granted first reading to Bylaw 12-2018, which is the amendment of the Land Use Bylaw and incorporates changes pertaining to cannabis legalization. more »

Lloyd Co-op sticks up for Humboldt

Lloydminster and District Co-op is helping to heal all those affected in the aftermath of the Humboldt Broncos’ team bus crash that claimed the lives of 16 people and injured many more. more »

Property tax increase to be felt by residents

Back in December when city council was finalizing the 2018 municipal budget, it was noted there was going to be a property tax increase of one-mill. more »

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