Lloydminster man charged after stabbing

On Oct. 1, Lloydminster RCMP received a called of a man that had been stabbed multiple times in the 2200 block of 47 Avenue. RCMP learned that there were individuals outside of the same residence cause… more »

Gala like Christmas for rescue squad

Lloydminster Rescue Squad chief, Norm Namur is over the moon having raised $70,000 and counting from the this year’s Sirens & Sapphires Gala. more »

Baker receives Canada 150 medal

Coun. Ken Baker was surprised to receive a certificate of Community Achievement and a Canada 150 medal, to recognize his outstanding contribution to the city. more »

Alpacas you can wear steal show

When you think of alpacas, think warm socks and mittens, as the animals are raised primarily for their fleece to produce toasty winter clothing. more »

Husky can restart repaired pipeline

Husky Energy can restart a repaired pipeline following a major spill of heavy oil and diluent that leaked into the North Saskatchewan River. more »

Mount Joy to roll out white carpet

Off-season improvements at Mount Joy Snow Resort are raising the expectations for a great start to the 2018 season for skiers and snowboarders. more »

Mount Joy to train ski patrollers

If you are 18 and older, have a love of the outdoors, a drive to be part of a team and a desire to help others, then contact Dean Peters at Mount Joy Snow Resort as soon as possible. more »

Chamber kicks off biz week at Rotary

It’s been anything but business as usual so far for the Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce during small business week in Canada. more »

Casino to enrich First Nations

The new target opening date of the Lloydminster casino is next fall along with a revised estimated total cost of $26.5 million with construction underway. more »

Holy Rosary makes use of welding grant money

Holy Rosary High School’s welding students received an upgrade this year in their classroom. more »

Summit promotes handshake deals

The fifth annual Economic Partnership brought together about 160 Indigenous and non-Indigenous businesses delegates in Lloydminster with a let’s make a deal concept. more »

Home Routes tour leads to Lloyd

Edmonton singer/songwriter Mohsin Zaman has been described as an old hand at being a new comer. more »

United Way to feed donors

The Lloydminster & District United Way, which currently funds 13 local member non-profit organizations, is holding its breakfast day Thursday, and hopes to raise about $1,400 in fast-food sales. more »

Husky makes progress at Kodiak site

Husky Energy is slowly, but surely remediating the nearly 80 acres of land it owns at the site of the former Canadian Kodiak Refineries Ltd. in Lloydminster. more »

Protein chef guru to cook in Lloyd

Quebec chef Daniel Verati is an advocate for healthy eating by following his Ideal Protein program, a medically-developed weight loss and management protocol. more »

Lakeland tops all design tech rivals

The successful teaching focus on designing those two rooms has Lakeland College ranked first by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) in 2017 for its interior design technology program. more »

LloydMall hopes to fill Sears gap soon

Triovest Realty Advisors, the LloydMall landlord, considers the vacancy created by the departure of the Sears anchor store as an opportunity to regroup. more »

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