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The politics of farmland sales

It’s the time of year that farmland traditionally comes on the market in the midwest.
Why? more »

A society full of losers

Jeff Walz believes we live in a society that accepts losing. One look at the streets of America, Mr. Walz, and you can see how America accepts losing. more »

Bobcats hit the road

The Lloydminster Bobcats won’t be home until January, so don’t leave the porch light on. more »

A few seconds away

The Lloydminster Bobcats bantam hockey club was three seconds away from earning at least a point on Sunday afternoon. more »

Border Blades set ice on fire

Ninty-seven skaters took part in the 13th annual Fire on Ice speed skating competition in Lloydminster, featuring more than 60 members of the Lloydminster Border Blades, as well as skaters from Saskatoon,… more »

Steelers head to Notre Dame

The Lloydminster PWM Steelers will be skipping the Mac’s AAA Hockey Tournament this season, instead heading east to Saskatchewan to take part in the Mandi Schwartz Memorial Tournament, hosted by… more »

Rewarded for hard work

It had been over a month between victories for the Lloydminster Rohan Rage minor midget AAA hockey team, who defeated the Canadian Athletic Club on Friday night 5-2, 32 days removed from their last victory… more »

Bandits back in action

The Lloydminster Classic Oilfield Bandits will look at bounce back after a 9-1 loss to the Wainwright Bisons last Saturday when they head to Vegreville on Friday night to battle the Rangers, before coming… more »

Great for renters, not so much for landlords

Lloydminster apartments rentals have seen almost a 12 per cent increase in availability from last October to October 2016. more »

Where DID all the anvils go?

I often get asked where my ideas for this column come from. Today’s idea came from an old television series I was watching. The characters referenced various cartoons and heatedly debated the burning… more »

That's for the birds!

Birds have a pretty tough time of it in winter. Snow covers up a lot of available seeds, and berries are in short supply. Since birds are high energy creatures, they require plenty of protein to live… more »

Promise me a rose garden

I have only been hospitalized once in my adult life. more »

What's on!

FRESH FOOD BOX Orders must be placed on or before the first and third Thursday of each month and can be dropped off upstairs at 201, 5001 - 50 Ave. Pickup on the second and fourth Thursday of each month… more »

Asphalt output could double by 2020

If Husky Energy goes ahead with plans to double the current 30,000 barrels per day capacity of the Lloydminster Asphalt Refinery, it could be up and running by 2020. more »

Linda and Chief are champs

Local cattle cutting enthusiast, Linda Davies, has seen her hard work finally pay off. The 67-year-old equestrian, along with her horse Chief, just won the $35,000 Non-Pro World Championship of the National… more »

The shelves are bare

The Salvation Army Food Bank is hoping “last minute Lloyd” or Santa will come to the rescue and restock the shelves with food for Christmas and beyond. more »

Lloyd rallies round injured teen

Life can turn on a dime, as it has for the family of 18 year-old Garrett Dean from Lloydminster who lies in a comatose state in a Halifax hospital after a serious vehicle collision. more »

That's for the birds!

Birds have a pretty tough time of it in winter. Snow covers up a lot of available seeds, and berries are in short supply. Since birds are high energy creatures, they require plenty of protein to live… more »

Lancers and Sabres win Hot Hoops

Bishop Lloyd Lancers With a 52-13 victory over the College Park Cobras in the finals of the girl’s bracket, the Lancers finish as the Hot Hoops champions this year. They nearly didn’t make the final,… more »

Still learning to compete

Compete was the word of the night used widely and often by Lloydminster Bobcats assistant head coach Taylor Holt after Saturday night’s 7-0 loss to the Brooks Bandits. more »

Bobcats draw with Pats and Rangers

The Lloydminster Bandit Pipeline Bobcats midget AAA hockey team couldn’t pick up a victory this past weekend, but they didn’t lose either. more »

Hundreds of local jobs on the way

Newcart Contracting Ltd. has moved to Lloydminster and is promising hundreds of local jobs for spring turnarounds and maintenance work, the Source has learned. The company held a grand opening late last… more »

White topping to cover Mount Joy

Ray Tatro is dreaming of a white Christmas. Tatro is the president of Mount Joy Snow Resort who expects to have a new snowmaking system in place during the holidays to kick off the resort’s 51st… more »

What's On

CRIBBAGE PLAYERS Looking to form a cribbage club in Lloydminster. Fun only, no gambling. Contact Michael at mrmikey@mac.com or 306-821-4047. SATELLITE BINGO Bingo at the Moose Lodge, 5213 - 57 St., doors… more »

Tom Jackson back to school

Canadian actor, singer and philanthropist Tom Jackson was in town to perform his show, the Huron Carol, on Friday, and while he was in town he dropped by the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School to… more »

We'll take any good news we can

Good news is good news, no matter how big or small.
Our front page story is one of the latter. more »

Live a simple life: minimalize

As Christmas approaches it’s easy to feel crushed by the noise, glitter and encroaching clutter of what should be the happiest time of year. more »

Test your kettle

The season of giving is upon us and what better way to give back than helping an organization that takes care of the community? more »

25K needed for population control

Not as many cats and dogs will be prowling the streets of Lloydminster in search of love if a proposed spay and neuter program comes into effect in 2017. more »

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