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"We have to stop the clock," CTF declares

By the time you read this line, the clock has gone up another $9,000. Raising awareness on the irresponsible return to debt was the key message the Canadian Taxpayers Federation wanted to get out while… more »

Border Bike Rally revving up this weekend

The annual Border Bike Rally is back with some new attractions to add to the old favourites this year. The weekend event runs from July 25 to 27 at the Lloydminster Exhibition Grounds. Chairman of Border… more »

St. Walburg Fair celebrates 69 years

The days of the old time country fairs seems to be disappearing in many places as the times march on more and more into the cyber world. Family traditions of going to the fair, going on rides, playing… more »

Health agreement to be signed next week

It’s been talked about for years, officially worked on since early last year and will finally be signed next week. There are a couple of components to the bi-provincial health agreement and it’s touted… more »

Colonial Days Fair a resounding success

The 111th Colonial Days Fair is over with and the general manager of the Lloydminster Exhibition Grounds is calling the 2014 edition a resounding success. Mike Sidoryk said that this was a great year… more »

Lukaszuk coming to Lloydminster

With the leadership race for the Progressive Conservative Association underway, and only under 50 days till the first ballot, one of the three men vying for party members’ votes in the race will be in… more »

SK Highways minister tours Lloydminster region

Saskatchewan Minister of Highways and Infrastructure Nancy Heppner was given a first hand look of the state of the highways in the Lloydminster area last week. Heppner, who was touring the area with local… more »

Leash-free frolicking zone open

Local dogs are now free to roam and frolic in a large fenced enclosure as part of a pilot project. The city already has a dog park, but it is unfenced. The new enclosure is located at 42 Street and 47… more »

Local average housing costs maintain growth

Lloydminster has maintained its minimum 10 per cent increase for home prices, despite the country seeing between 3.9 and 5.2 per cent rises in the second quarter. According to a survey by Royal LePage,… more »