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Be prepared for that interview

Dear Working Wise: I just had a job interview where they kept asking me questions like “Tell me about a time when you had a disagreement with your supervisor.” I didn’t really know what… more »

A big thank you!

Thank you Jeff Todd and Swift Concrete for donating your time and labor to create a firm foundation for our gazebo. We will enjoy this new relaxation area this summer and for many summers to come.Your… more »

Big Brother as our copilot?

I used to wonder how far automotive technology would actually go.
It seems to me the engine management systems and features had pretty much reached a pinnacle. more »

New school year, new spending plan

Do you know exactly how much income your family has available every month? Do you know, within a few dollars, how much of that will be spent? Many people will answer, “All of it,” but might… more »

Lloyd loses a saint, heaven gains an angel

No doubt, Bill Rekrutiak is already a volunteer guardian angel in heaven with the best possible references. In life, he will be fondly remembered as a pillar of Lloydminster for his volunteerism and leadership… more »

Why wasn't our wish list fulfilled?

Dear editor: Perhaps other residents in Lloydminster are wondering about the same issue on water/waste treatment plant and the draft of By-law 26-2016. We’re told by mayor and council grant applications… more »

Let's all go to A&W to help a worthy cause

Burgers to Beat MS Day is back this Thursday, when a dollar from every A&W Teen Burger sold goes toward the battle against Multiple Sclerosis. “We’re going to be holding different events and… more »

First year applicants up at LLC

Fall enrolment at Lakeland College will be at the top end the of teeter totter with the economy still on the downside. more »

Where there's HOOT there's HOPE

Heavy Oil Operations Technician (HOOT) and Heavy Oil Power Engineering (HOPE) students can both be found at the Lakeland College Energy Centre at the Lloydminster campus again this fall. more »

Wild times at blueberry fest

The 28th annual Wild Blueberry Festival in St. Walburg can’t come soon enough for event co-chairperson Clare Church. Church expects an early bumper crop of blueberries could meet the demands of… more »

HOG rally attracts hundreds

Lloydminster turned into a free ranging HOG play pen during the 11th Prairie Regional HOG rally hosted by the Bordertown Harley Owners Group. More than 350 Harley Davidson motorcyclists turned up for… more »

Mitsuing wins final dash

At the start of the racing season, Ray Mitsuing was thinking retirement. So much so, he didn’t put himself on the block at the annual Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) tarp auction… more »

Long road for Dyck's first buckle

Dallas Dyck is a 12 year veteran of the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) and with that has come plenty of races under his belt. But he never had a buckle on that belt as a show champion… more »

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