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Orieux leads Raiders football culture

Vince Orieux has never scored a touchdown in high school football. He has never caught a pass, made a tackle, or been on the field for any snap of a game. But when it comes to football minds in Alberta,… more »

Rivals meet on opening day

Rival is the word of the year already in the North Saskatchewan River Baseball League (NSRBL), as the league has adopted a schedule based around teams playing within made divisions more than playing the… more »

Kate MacEachern makes stop in Lloydminster

Kate MacEachern, an ex-military tank operator who is raising awareness for people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), made a pit stop in Lloydminster on May 16 while on her journey from… more »

Get ready to be colour bombed

The Bea Fisher Centre is gearing up for its second annual fun run, The Colour Within, and things are going to get a little messy. The all-ages, five-kilometre run/walk, taking place on May 23 at Bud Miller… more »

Battling zombies and poor weather for a cause

Runners tackled obstacles, got muddy and dodged hordes of the living dead at the Hillmond Zombie Run on May 16, all the while raising money for the maintenance and operations of the Redden Centennial… more »

Kennedy advocates for social change

Sheldon Kennedy had a lot of fear, a lot of guilt and a lot of shame when he first told his story of sexual abuse. Now 20 years later, the former NHLer never dreamed he would be one of the biggest advocates… more »

Teachers recognized for charitable work in Uganda

Students from Holy Rosary High School and St. Mary’s Elementary School convened in the Holy Rosary atrium on Thursday as teachers Jessie Mann and Nicole Blais were honoured with the Ken Spencer Award.… more »

Positive turn for Xtreme

After starting the season with three straight losses, the Lloydminster Xtreme lacrosse team has won their last two games, defeating the Edmonton Blues back on May 3, 11-6, and then picking up another… more »

Wouters has the Blade factor

Chase Wouters would have been happy being drafted anywhere in the Western Hockey League. The fact it was in the first round and to the Saskatoon Blades is just an added bonus. Too nervous to watch the… more »

Coming together through athletics

Bishop Lloyd Middle School had its school track and field meet on May 12, bringing together their student population for a day of athletic activities at Lloydminster Comprehensive High School. While some… more »