Saskatchewan residents eligible for disaster relief

The City of Lloydminster has received confirmation that the June 9 rainfall event will be recognized by Saskatchewan under the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program as a claim event eligible for disaster… more »

City enhances Community Peace Officer program

The City of Lloydminster’s Community Peace Officer program has expanded to include the employment of Level 1 Community Police Officers (CPO1s). more »

Man convicted after fleeing police

On July 19, 2017, a member of the Lloydminster RCMP recognized a stolen vehicle and attempted to pull it over. more »

Never a dull moment

Life with kids is never dull. Nope, it’s filled with endless variety, colour and imagery drawn from fertile minds. more »

Christmas in July

Mount Joy Snow Resort issued an early season snow report with a list of summer slope improvement projects, and routine equipment maintenance to be completed. more »

I don't like it one bit

I don’t like it. Editor Mike is leaving. He is going to Vancouver Island for two months then back to Winnipeg to stay with his mother who has health issues. more »

Home, home on the range

Lloydminster youngsters can keep in touch with their farm fair pals like Frankie the Nigerian dwarf miniature dairy goat and chickens by contacting Thistle Hill Farm Petting Zoo & Pony Rides near Edmonton,… more »

Celebrating tradition at the Vermilion fair

The Vermilion Agricultural Fair, to be held July 27-29, will be as country and western as it gets including the music.
Cowboy boots and hats are recommended attire. more »

First come first served

I’m number one.
That’s what 88-year-old Masardy Wiltermuth can claim for being the first senior to move into the new Pioneer House continuing care facility. more »

Another successful Border City stop for Texas 4000

Despite high winds on Sunday evening, this year’s Texas 4000 participants safely arrived at Lloydminster Comprehensive High School right on schedule. more »

The numbers are in

An economic impact study of Lakeland College released last week estimates the college added nearly $120 million to the local economy. more »

Pilot project for cleaner air

Husky Energy is pilot testing a new technology to capture carbon dioxide at its Pikes Peak South thermal heavy oil plant, for use in its enhanced oil recovery program. more »

49 Ave. temporarily renamed to honour Wounded Warriors Weekend

In a show of support for the Wounded Warriors Weekend, for July 21-30, the City of Lloydminster has temporarily renamed 49 Avenue as ‘Veteran’s Way.’ more »

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