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Knowing when you should get betting paid breaks

I get two unpaid coffee breaks and one unpaid lunch break every day. The problem is the area outside my office is unsafe to walk in during the day due to construction. Since I can’t really leave… more »

A few questions and some answers

I’ve been humbled by the number of people who called the office or stopped me in public asking if I was going to continue writing my column as they hadn’t seen it the last few weeks in the… more »

Locals medal at Indigenous Games

A local connection helped Team Saskatchewan earn a silver medal in volleyball at the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG). more »

Mervin enters baseball hall of fame

Mervin, a community of approximately 228 people located about nine kilometres south of Turtleford, will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame during a ceremony in North Battleford on… more »

Nationals volunteers step up to bat

More than 200 people volunteered to help put on a spectacular showcase of the Border City and its resident’s hospitality at the national championships, which were held at Legion Ball Park from July… more »

Liners come together for Westerns

The Liners captured a silver medal at the U14 Girls Western Canadian Softball Association Championships, held at North Battleford from Aug. 4 to 7. more »

Back to school, not back in debt

Many parents will agree that once your children are of school age, it’s tempting to spend more on what they wear. more »

I go out walkin', after midnight…

Patsy Cline had the right idea when she crooned these words. If you choose an evening in summer when the sky is crystal clear, the moon rides high and the fractious breeze has soothed itself to sleep,… more »

Cutting out plastic

City council has asked administration for more information regarding the implementation of a purchasing card (p-card) system. more »

So, you want to be a pioneer?

Could you let horses set the tempo for your life?  Stopping when they need to rest makes for a natural break in the daily routine for a pioneer. more »

Become a SoberHero this September

The Thorpe Recovery Centre is challenging individuals and businesses to make healthier lifestyle changes in September to raise funds for their Capital Fund. more »

Lakeland milks its agriculture programs

Feast on the Farm will provide a taste of what’s to come this fall at the Vermilion campus of Lakeland College, with agriculture programs taking centre stage. more »

Keeping his spirit alive

Unlike last year, the Saskatchewan Terry Fox Foundation is not putting out an early call for someone to step forward as a race director of the Lloydminster Terry Fox Run. more »

City accepts $6 million towards wastewater treatment facility

It’s been two years since the City of Lloydminster received a grant from Alberta for the amount of $6 million. more »

Going for a strike

Lloydminster entrepreneur and avid bowler Jody MacDonald has got the ball rolling on the construction of Lloyd Lanes, thanks to personal and community demand. more »

Exciting new school year at Lakeland

Lakeland College will mark its new academic year with a raising of the Métis and Treaty 6 Aboriginal flags at the Lloydminster and Vermilion campuses. more »

Border City ambassadors

If first impressions count, Weaver Park Campground is helping to make Lloydminster look good for visitors. more »

Pumping the brakes

Husky Energy has put a decision to invest $700-900 million to expand asphalt refinery capacity in Lloydminster on hold indefinitely. more »

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