Purchasing a condominium can be a great housing solution for many different buyers, not just first-time home owners looking to build equity instead of paying rent. more »
With their elements of discovery and heritage, time capsules communicate with folks in the future. Containing letters and mementos, they preserve memories from the past. Dear Prairie folks: I’m… more »
Think of Downtown Lloydminster Streetfest as a powerful Saturday people magnet. more »
Pets can be an essential part of the family.
Just about all of us have fond memories of a childhood pet and playmate of some sort. more »
Jarrod Russell is now an official caped crusader in the fight to cure kid’s cancer. more »
About 200 seniors and guests had their cake and ate it too during a Canada 150 party, hosted by the Lloydminstrels choir at the Legacy Centre. more »
The ATB Financial Lloydminster triathlon is morphing into a monster celebration of participation and competition. more »
Good communication is good business. That’s the message Julie Evans brought to Rotary Club of Lloydminster members about communicating with employees or clients with communication disabilities,… more »
Lloydminster seniors are no longer fearful the demolition of the south and central wings of the Dr. Cooke Extended Care facility would leave a long-term gap in continuing care services. more »
Home sweet home.
That’s what the new 44-bed Pioneer House is designed to look and feel like for its level 4 care senior residents. more »
All’s well that ends well.
That’s the way it’s going to play out for the Lea Park Cattle Association, which is holding its farewell supper after 64 years of operations. more »
Highway 26 from Edam to St. Walburg is becoming a valuable thermal heavy oil exploration and production corridor for Saskatchewan. more »
We can merely hypothesize that Isaac Newton wasn’t the only person around to notice an apple falling from a tree in the 1600s. more »
The Lloydminster Concerned Citizens for Seniors Care Society expects to see the yardsticks move forward shortly on two perennial community health issues. more »
The seniors’ news grapevine has helped to close the circle on the ownership history of an antique cable-tool well drilling machine. more »
City council has awarded the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) contract to Neptune Technology Group Inc., for the sum of $1,570,625. On Monday, city council discussed their aim to deploy an AMI system… more »
Roughly 200 people attended a sod turning ceremony to mark the official groundbreaking for the Lloydminster casino development. more »
He is, simply, Canada’s Gardening guru, with an instantly recognizable face. He’s written more than 20 books and his columns—that appear in 29 newspapers, and other publications—are… more »
To realize a life dream, it’s a given one must put in the time and work. Nowhere is that more true than in combat sports, especially mixed martial arts (MMA). Andrew Mavridis, 26, of Lloydminster,… more »