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CST vs. MST: Voting in two different time zones

Depending on location, voters will have different polling times for the upcoming Lloydminster byelection. According to the Saskatchewan chief electoral officer, Michael Boda, residents of Lloydminster… more »

Byers wants to address top priorities in byelection

Making the riding affordable for people to live in must be a priority for the Saskatchewan government, and that is one of NDP candidate Wayne Byers’ top priorities as well, if elected on Nov. 13. “This… more »

Chamber to host byelection debate

What are you doing next Tuesday? Well, if you’re not doing anything and want to get to know the five people running in the Nov. 13 byelection in Saskatchewan, than the Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce… more »

MS support lagging in Border City

While Alberta and Saskatchewan have different supports for MS patients and caregivers, some people feel that more work needs to be done on both sides to make life a little easier for sufferers of the… more »

Regular royalty increases not needed: Wall

The higher the royalties, the more likely underinvestment will occur, and the lower the royalties, the greater the chance for inflation and less of a return, according to the Sask. Party. . The issue… more »

Taxis go under the microscope

According to staff, taxis have had an appropriate amount of time to get inspected, and those who haven’t after Thursday’s midnight deadline will face stiff penalties for operating a taxi without proper… more »

Location still up in the air on off-leash park

With over 200 respondents to the off-leash dog park survey by the City of Lloydminster submitted, one key thing came out of the responses – the dog park on 47 Avenue is a success. City Coun. Larry… more »

City looking for public input on budget

The City of Lloydminster is heading back to the budget table, and they are looking for community engagement on what priorities the citizens of the Border City want to see in the 2015 budget. Lloydminster… more »

Searching for students to study abroad

The Rotary Clubs of Lloydminster are once again looking for high school student candidates to send overseas for a year of study. The program, dubbed the Rotary Youth Exchange, will see one Lloydminster… more »

Candidates assess the speech from the throne

The opposition parties agree that the speech from the throne that was tabled last Wednesday by Premier Brad Wall didn’t offer anything substantial to help the people of Lloydminster. Liberal Leader Darrin… more »

LICE to perform hilarious Halloween show

It’s been a busy time in the drama department at Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (LCHS), while drama teacher Simon Stang helps set everything in motion for the upcoming stage performance of Humbug… more »

Lloyd Co-op named top business by chamber

The Lloydminster and District Co-op was named top business in Lloydminster by the Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce last week. Don Stephenson, Co-op CEO, said that while it was a shock to win the award,… more »

Lakeland a top research college

Lakeland College recently bounced to No. 20 on Research Infosource’s list of top 50 research colleges, a drastic improvement compared to last year’s ranking at No. 46. Lorne MacGregor, the director of… more »