Condo alerts

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 »

Letter from the past

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 »

Streetfest ready for 8th year

Think of Downtown Lloydminster Streetfest as a powerful Saturday people magnet. more »

Planning on a pet?

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 »

Hero status for Jarrod

Jarrod Russell is now an official caped crusader in the fight to cure kid’s cancer. more »

Let them eat cake

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 »

Young athletes get ready, get set ...

The ATB Financial Lloydminster triathlon is morphing into a monster celebration of participation and competition. more »

It's all about communication

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 »

Fears over Dr. Cooke eased

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 »

Almost finished at Pioneer

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 »

Farewell to cattle association

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 »

Thermal highway is born

Highway 26 from Edam to St. Walburg is becoming a valuable thermal heavy oil exploration and production corridor for Saskatchewan. more »

Coping with change

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 »

Movement on senior health issues

The Lloydminster Concerned Citizens for Seniors Care Society expects to see the yardsticks move forward shortly on two perennial community health issues. more »

Seniors' grapevine rescues machine

The seniors’ news grapevine has helped to close the circle on the ownership history of an antique cable-tool well drilling machine. more »

Water billing system on tap

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 »

Hundreds attend casino sod turning

Roughly 200 people attended a sod turning ceremony to mark the official groundbreaking for the Lloydminster casino development. more »

Weed warrior

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 »

On the road to the UFC

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 »

The Rolling Barrage is wheeling in

Lloydminster will be a key stop on a cross-Canada motorcycle tour in August, to raise funds and awareness of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The Rolling Barrage is a 15-day coast-to-coast ride from Aug.… more »

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