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Pro-empathy educator comes to Kitscoty high

Retired Sgt. Brian Trainor sits waiting in one of Kitscoty High School’s back offices before his presentation in five minutes’ time. That’s when, nearing the end of a passionate rant on bullying and abuse,… more »

Bill 206 gets support from leadership candidates

It’s been called one of the strongest anti-tobacco legislations in the country, possibly even the continent and two weeks ago in Bonnyville three people running for the leadership of the PC Party put… more »

Marshall ready to celebrate

The weekend of Sept. 6 and 7 in the Black Gold Country of Marshall everyone is invited to help them celebrate 100 years of history under the motto of, “Driven by the past, reaching for the future.” Beginning… more »

Storseth out as MP after term

Many political observers were shocked last week as Brian Storseth, MP for Westlock-St. Paul, announced his resignation from federal politics, effective the next general election. Storseth, who had been… more »

One year for Olive Tree

If one were to say, “happy anniversary, happy anniversary, happy anniversary,” one might think they had the stuck record syndrome, stuck in the same groove over and over again. But that is not the case… more »

Broten talks area concerns

When asked to send in questions for the Saskatchewan Opposition leader, the Lloydminster Source readership responded with questions ranging from health care to temporary foreign workers. Cam Broten, who… more »

Report helps set city's path

The city released its 2013 Report to the Community this Monday, Aug. 15, at their regular city council meeting. The report was first introduced to the public last year and has become an annual tradition… more »

LPSD improving literacy

Since last year when the Government of Saskatchewan put the Education Sector Strategic Plan (ESSP) into motion, the Lloydminster Pubic School Division (LPSD) surpassed the yearly goal set by the province… more »

Back-to-school boost

Boundary Ford and Boundary Pre-Owned and Motorsports partnered with the Lloydminster public and Catholic school divisions this year to provide much needed backpacks and school supplies, all due to a no… more »

City makes plans for 2015 census

Lloydminster city council announced Monday that the city has made plans to perform another municipal census in 2015, with all associated costs to be discussed during the next meeting on Aug. 25. The census,… more »