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Local author's third book released

Kelsey Greye is a pastor by trade. Contemplating the nature of humanity and shining a light on many of the struggles one has in life, she has the opportunity to share those thoughts with large groups… more »

Ready for 100 more years of service

One-hundred years is a pretty long time. But the Co-op passed that milestone running strong, capping off their centennial year with “probably the most aggressive expansionary efforts in (their) history,”… more »

Safety conference set for this week

The first annual Lakeland Regional Safety Conference will be held Nov. 27 at the Lloydminster Exhibition grounds and will include a day of guest speakers, information sessions and exhibitors promoting… more »

A slice of old-time Hogtown in Lloyd

Did you know? Toronto, one of Ontario’s major centres for music and the arts, used to be casually referred to as Hogtown by surrounding communities who wanted to speak ill of the city. According to an… more »

Firefighters camp out for ALS

For three nights this week, the Lloydminster Fire Department will be, one by one, taking turns camping out on the roof top of Fire Station No. 1 on 49 Avenue. The fundraiser takes place from Nov. 28-30.… more »

Stubbs brings campaign back to Border City

Lakeland riding Conservative candidate Shannon Stubbs was back in the Border City last week and said that it was a pleasure to be back in the Border City speaking to residents about issues that matter… more »

Local wins Stevie award

Local resident Marya Pettigrew won a Stevie Award for the Female Executive of the Year - Government or Non-Profit category last Monday at a ceremony held in New York City. Pettigrew is the executive director… more »

Bill 1 takes on property rights

After the speech from the throne, the first order of business for the new Alberta government was to introduce Bill 1. The Respecting Property Rights Act is a one-line bill that repeals The Land Assembly… more »

Diabetes awareness, prevention and management

It’s Diabetes Awareness Month and the Alberta Association of Optometrists is partnering with the Canadian Diabetes Association to bring awareness to Lloydminster. One of the main organs affected by the… more »

Indie sound from all around

Matt Stinn began his musical career at the Saskatoon Academy of Music, where he started at the age of six as a piano student. After many years, he switched to guitar and would eventually start teaching… more »

Leaders react to throne speech

The Alberta government is under new management and in the speech from the throne that was tabled on Monday, set a new direction the government will be taking under Premier Jim Prentice. During the speech,… more »

Local photographer spots wolverine

It was around a quarter after nine last Sunday when Ken McLeod and his wife saw something out their living room window. It was a small animal, black, and they only saw a flash of it before it disappeared… more »

Strong priorities heading into session: Starke

Vermilion-Lloydminster MLA Richard Starke was pleased at the framework that was laid out in the speech from the throne Monday afternoon. Moments after the speech, Starke told the Lloydminster Source in… more »

Learning with Technology

Years ago, learning in schools was a little different. But now, as we move further into the 21st century, technology is becoming an even bigger presence in our lives. And kids need to learn how to use… more »