A provincial award

Aaron Harper, head coach of the Barons, said many of the players who enter their program have lives where they may not be held accountable for some of the choices they make or don’t have a level… more »

Multi-million dollar walker dreams big

The Valleyview Alberta resident answered that question when he left Lloydminster on Thursday morning during his 5,716 kilometre Can-Survive Walk from Grande Prairie Alberta to St. Louis P.E.I. to fight… more »

Fire unionizes over issues

There is strength in numbers. That may have been the thinking behind a decision by the Lloydminster Fire Department (LFD) to join the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 5140 union. more »

Council looks at draft policy for barriers

Coun. Jonathan Torresan noted the biggest difference between the draft Barrier Free Policy and the Inclusion and Diversity Policy was the descriptions. more »

City looks to upgrade East Drainage Channel

“Our city does not have the greatest drainage so we have to enhance that,” said Mayor Gerald Aalbers. “We need to do some engineering and some work. It’s going to cost some money… more »

Council given draft of Roadside Memorial Policy

“People have wanted to leave a marker to determine it as a point of a memorial, and we felt that was important, but at the same time we also had complaints after a period of time,” said Mayor… more »

Bringing awareness to sexual assault

“The awareness week is so important for our community to raise the awareness and continue offering the services we do within our community … it is a human issue not a gender issue and that… more »

Crowdfunding to buy handivan

Border City Connects is expected to launch a GoFundMe account today to raise $80,000 for a new handivan used to transport Lloydminster residents with disabilities and mobility issues. more »

LCHS prepares to take on Alberta at skills competition

Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (LCHS) students are perfecting their talents as they get ready for the Skills Canada Alberta competition. more »

Burns dust off welcome mat

The perennial hosts of the Home Routes series concerts wrapped up their current season in April, but they just couldn’t say no to a request from two touring Manitoba musicians for a special one-night… more »

Staples flips burgers for Special Olympics

The Lloydminster Staples store aims to raise $3,000 in support of local Special Olympics athletes in an ongoing Canada-wide corporate campaign. more »

Lloyd's Gold Horse Casino hires GM

The newly named Gold Horse Casino in Lloydminster to be operated by the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) has hired a general manager. more »

Departing cop proves city safer in 2018

The Lloydminster RCMP Detachment put more than $200,000 of recently recovered stolen property, cash, drugs and weapons on display as evidence of crime reduction strategies working. more »

Two ATCO agreements passed

City council approved two bylaws to ensure new agreements are in place for ATCO Electric and ATCO Gas. more »

Facelift coming from exterior of LGCC

At Monday’s city council meeting Bexson Construction was awarded the project for $372,795 excluding GST and a contingency allowance up to $5,205. more »

LCSD brings Aboriginal Awareness Week to school

The Lloydminster Catholic School Division (LCSD) has been celebrating Aboriginal Awareness Week all across their schools. more »

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