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NDP caucus plans in Lloyd

Lloydminster is about to turn a little more orange. On Wednesday, Cam Broten and the entire NDP Saskatchewan caucus will meet in Lloydminster for three days to plan for the fall session. Erin Morrison,… more »

Potters' guild and food group join forces

People are about to get chili. Not of the variety that comes with a change in seasons (which to be sure is bound to happen shortly, as well), but rather of the kind that fills one’s stomach and takes… more »

Antique show returns

The Border City Optimist Antique and Collectible Show and Sale is being held at the Wild Rose Pavilion Oct. 4 to 5. Always a good crowd at this show and sale, committee member Merle Stevens figures they… more »

Students accepted to join Sask. Honour Band

Once again, music students have been chosen from Holy Rosary High School to participate in the annual Saskatchewan Honour Band performance, to be held in Saskatoon from Nov. 13 to 15. The performance,… more »

Hub celebrates one year

Representatives of the Alberta and Saskatchewan governments and the City of Lloydminster came together last week to congratulate the community mobilization Hub program. Hub is an initiative that builds… more »

RCMP ready for move to new facility

By this time next month, the Lloydminster RCMP will be fully moved into its new facility located on Highway 16. The new facility will be almost five times larger than the current building on 47 Avenue.… more »

Blood, sweat, tears: drama at LCHS

It takes passion to make drama into a successful career. Simon Stang has been a drama teacher for three years at Lloyminster Comprehensive High School (LCHS). He understands a passion for the art form.… more »

Trailers/mobile homes have licence fee increased

Lloydminster city council agreed to a 97 cent increase per day to trailer parks/mobile home licensing fees over the next two years, at Monday afternoon’s council meeting. Council made the change after… more »

EDI project fee increases

A project that was expected to cost the City of Lloydminster $80,000 is now expected to cost over $126,000 after an announcement at Monday’s council meeting. Paul Schwebius, manager of information systems… more »

Wartime exhibit coming to LCSC

Pieces of wartime history are coming to Lloydminster with World Wars, a commemorative exhibit from the Lloydminster Cultural and Science Centre (LCSC). The artifacts to be found at the exhibit will be… more »

Starke heads up rural health review

Vermilion-Lloydminster MLA Richard Starke has been selected by incoming Alberta Health Minister Stephen Mandel to head up a task force to look at the ways that rural Alberta offers health services. In… more »

April Wine headlines DMD fundraiser

The diagnosis came Jan. 6, 2012. Preston Coolidge is almost nine years old now, and already he’s having trouble walking. He’ll probably be in a wheelchair by the time he’s a teenager and it’s not likely… more »