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Lancers and Sabres win Hot Hoops

Bishop Lloyd Lancers With a 52-13 victory over the College Park Cobras in the finals of the girl’s bracket, the Lancers finish as the Hot Hoops champions this year. They nearly didn’t make the final,… more »

Still learning to compete

Compete was the word of the night used widely and often by Lloydminster Bobcats assistant head coach Taylor Holt after Saturday night’s 7-0 loss to the Brooks Bandits. more »

Bobcats draw with Pats and Rangers

The Lloydminster Bandit Pipeline Bobcats midget AAA hockey team couldn’t pick up a victory this past weekend, but they didn’t lose either. more »

Hundreds of local jobs on the way

Newcart Contracting Ltd. has moved to Lloydminster and is promising hundreds of local jobs for spring turnarounds and maintenance work, the Source has learned. The company held a grand opening late last… more »

White topping to cover Mount Joy

Ray Tatro is dreaming of a white Christmas. Tatro is the president of Mount Joy Snow Resort who expects to have a new snowmaking system in place during the holidays to kick off the resort’s 51st… more »

What's On

CRIBBAGE PLAYERS Looking to form a cribbage club in Lloydminster. Fun only, no gambling. Contact Michael at mrmikey@mac.com or 306-821-4047. SATELLITE BINGO Bingo at the Moose Lodge, 5213 - 57 St., doors… more »

Tom Jackson back to school

Canadian actor, singer and philanthropist Tom Jackson was in town to perform his show, the Huron Carol, on Friday, and while he was in town he dropped by the Lloydminster Comprehensive High School to… more »

We'll take any good news we can

Good news is good news, no matter how big or small.
Our front page story is one of the latter. more »

Live a simple life: minimalize

As Christmas approaches it’s easy to feel crushed by the noise, glitter and encroaching clutter of what should be the happiest time of year. more »

Test your kettle

The season of giving is upon us and what better way to give back than helping an organization that takes care of the community? more »

25K needed for population control

Not as many cats and dogs will be prowling the streets of Lloydminster in search of love if a proposed spay and neuter program comes into effect in 2017. more »

The story behind every door

I spent 13 years as the chief executive officer of a regional home care program and quickly came to understand every client had a unique story to tell. more »

Clague named to Team Canada selection camp roster

In less than 30 days, the puck will officially drop on the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship, and 32 players are now one step closer to being part of the Canadian holiday tradition as a member of Canada’s… more »

Drillers win medals but focus on development

The Lloydminster Drillers Soccer Club came back from the Lakewood Kickstarter Indoor Soccer Tournament in Saskatchewan with three medals out of the seven teams the participated, missing two more after… more »

Listen to mom, and shop!

It’s almost time for another Mom’s Day Out, where people can take advantage of local vendors and feel confident their hard-earned dollars are going back into the community. more »

What's on!

FRESH FOOD BOX Orders must be placed on or before the first and third Thursday of each month and can be dropped off upstairs at 201, 5001 - 50 Ave. Pickup on the second and fourth Thursday of each month… more »

Cool, clear water

Kitscoty and Marwayne are in line to receive treated drinking water from Lloydminster. Phases 4 and 5 of the ever expanding Alberta Central East Regional water system are currently in the pre-tender stage… more »

Billing system fine the way it is

Dear editor:
Mayor and city council members:
Looking at the proposed Budget No. 2, I see a proposal for an automated meter reading system at a cost of $1.8 million dollars. more »

Not a fan of nominal increases

The most disturbing part of the city’s second draft of the 2017 budget is a plan to raise $2.1 million, mostly from recreational facility user fees and other charges. more »

That's when we fell for ...

The Young Thespians from Lloydminster Comprehensive High School are at it again. more »

Good deeds abound

For the folks at Northern Factory Workwear, community is a two-way street. That’s why owners Neil and Pam Beznoska decided to donate a quarter of the proceeds from their I Love Canadian Oil/I love… more »

City looks to land sales to help balance budget

The City of Lloydminster is considering the sale of some assets to balance its 2017 budget. It’s one of several strategies to increase revenue by $7.1 million and cut costs by $3.3 million to wipe… more »

Safest place in Lloyd

The 2016 Lakeland Regional Safety Conference was the safest place to be on a day when icy roads made travel to the event a challenge. more »

City ponders 4% tax hike

The City of Lloydminster is looking at increasing property taxes by four per cent to balance its 2017 budget. more »

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