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January, 2018

Lloyd in the dark over 'plategate' venue

Published January 18, 2018 by Geoff Lee

A report released by CBC today stated Saskatchewan proposes talks with Alberta officials over licence plates take place in Medicine Hat instead of Lloydminster, which took the Lloydminster Construction… more »

Entering the break on a positive

Published January 17, 2018 by Jamie Harkins

The Steelers (13-5-2) trounced the Calgary Fire 6-1 at the Servus Sports Centre on Sunday afternoon. more »

Canadian music is alive and well

Published January 17, 2018 by Helen Row Toews

Well, it’s happened. I was afraid it would, but now it has I’d better pull up my proverbial socks and get practising. more »

New year, new approach

Published January 17, 2018 by Jamie Harkins

How are you doing with those new year’s resolutions? Have you grown weary of trying, or have they faded from memory like those New Year’s Eve cocktails? more »

Fulfilling a need

Published January 17, 2018 by Sandra L. Brown

Through the years Lloydminster was home to many new businesses serving the needs of a growing prairie community. Unique and one-of-a-kind companies opened in our border town by folks who honoured service… more »

RX for outliving winter

Published January 17, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Cold winter weather presents a number of health risks to Lloydminster residents, especially to older adults and people who work or exercise outdoors. more »

Romance Valentine's Day music

Published January 17, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Hal and Rhonda Burns are hosting a special music lovers night at their home on Valentine’s Day. more »

Date night a learning experience

Published January 17, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information Centre (LSAIC) is celebrating its 35th anniversary with an Italian themed fundraising date night for couples and supporters. more »

Britannia fundraises for fire centre

Published January 17, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Rule changes by the Ministry of Environment in Saskatchewan have led the Britannia Fire Department to fundraise for its own on site fire training centre. more »

Cold feet to aid homeless

Published January 17, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Registering to take part in the sixth annual Coldest Night of the Year walk will provide warm comfort to residents at the Lloydminster Men’s Shelter. more »

Tax exemptions Oked for 20 non-profits

Published January 17, 2018 by Geoff Lee

City council approved the 2018 non-profit property tax exemptions for 20 organizations that meet the basic policy requirement of owning their properties. more »

Lloyd Lanes rolling on schedule

Published January 17, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Lloyd Lanes, the city’s new bowling alley, is looking at a late February opening day with plenty of time to spare before spring leagues start up. more »

Steelers give everything for chance to play

Published January 10, 2018 by Jamie Harkins

These hockey players take to the ice at 7 a.m. for practice most weekday mornings in an effort to be ready to face the best Alberta has to offer in various locations across the province each weekend. more »

Bobcats fall short against Oil Barons

Published January 10, 2018 by Jamie Harkins

The Lloydminster Bobcats came up just short of a perfect stand at the Centennial Civic Centre. more »

Drugs, stationery and gifts

Published January 10, 2018 by Sandra L. Brown

With its inescapable vintage charm one of my favourite areas when visiting a museum is the pioneer drug store. more »

Welcoming 2018

Published January 10, 2018 by Jill McKenzie

A new year is upon us. The glitter and excitement of Christmas has already faded as we embark again on our paths, unaltered, yet somehow different with the passing of the last days of the final month… more »

A series of unpleasant events

Published January 10, 2018 by Helen Row Toews

Ever had one of those days? A day that’s trouble from beginning to end? I experienced one a few weeks ago and decided to take you along for the whole miserable re-enactment. Lucky you. more »

Animals will be in good hands

Published January 10, 2018 by Source Staff

Animals of all types may be taking sick days to get some TLC from Lakeland College students in Vermilion who will be running the new Animal Health Clinic this fall. more »

Mudfest a roaring good time

Published January 10, 2018 by Geoff Lee

It could be the dirtiest weekend for clean family fun this summer at bargain prices. more »

Resolve to be mindful in 2018

Published January 10, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Malcolm Radke, CEO of the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation, has an antidote for the so-called saddest day of the year —this Monday. more »

Creech bullish on 50th sale

Published January 10, 2018 by Geoff Lee

This year’s bull sale by M.C. Quantock Livestock in Lloydminster will be a special one for owner Mac Creech, his family, ranch hands, and customers. more »

Mount Joy turns red and white

Published January 10, 2018 by Geoff Lee

What looked like members of the Swiss ski team schussing the slopes of Mount Joy Snow Resort on the opening weekend turned out to be uniformed ski patrollers. more »

Foresters warm homeless men

Published January 10, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Foresters earned their angel wings for another year in the nick of time. more »

Girlfriend's kidney his gift for life

Published January 10, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Duncan MacDonald is living proof organ transplants can not only save lives, but change them for the better too. more »

Hockey baby first born

Published January 3, 2018 by Geoff Lee

Baby Lincoln Joshua Parchewsky was born at 1:58 a.m. on Jan. 1 scoring his parents a gift basket from the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation that goes to the first born of the year. more »

Seizing all football opportunities

Published January 3, 2018 by Jamie Harkins

Lloydminster’s Keiler Cherry has made a habit of seizing onto the opportunities given to him. more »

Camrose welcomes world's top curlers

Published January 3, 2018 by Jamie Harkins

The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling (GSOC) Meridian Canadian Open is coming to the Encana Arena in Camrose, Alta., from Jan. 16-21. more »

Bobcats battle back against Wolverines

Published January 3, 2018 by Jamie Harkins

The Bobcats (14-22-2) withstood an early onslaught and two one-goal deficits to beat the Whitecourt Wolverines 3-2 at the Centennial Civic Centre on Saturday. more »


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