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Sabres win district championship

The E.S. Laird Middle School Sabres are the 2018 North West High Schools Athletic Association 2A junior girls basketball champions. more »

City to sign on to Heart of Treaty 6 Reconciliation

City council has accepted the declaration from the Heart of Treaty 6 Reconciliation, and has authorized the mayor to sign the declaration. more »

Winterfest to shadow Olympics

Winterfest 2018 could be the Olympic Games on training wheels with no pressure and free admission to all activities. more »

Seniors fund oh so close

“We are getting there; we’re about $75,000 away,” said Heller last week. Meanwhile, various trades are working on both floors and the basement of the phase one wing, which will create… more »

Rotary embraces new members

“You give a vocational to the club as a new member and basically it’s an introduction about yourself,” said Radke, who is the CEO of the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation. more »

Co-op puts pink in spotlight

The Lloydminster & District Co-op is once again advocating for compassion, kindness and acceptance in the community with its Kindness Wins campaign in February. more »

City searching for Canada 150 legacy

City council has approved the purchase of a mural from Mosaic Canada in order to celebrate Canada 150. more »

Rising sun beckons teen

Grade 10 Holy Rosary High School student Abigail Jurgens could have ran out of the Rotary Club of Lloydminster lunch on Monday yelling Ee! That’s close to meaning “Oh my God” in Japanese,… more »

Hundred Women appeal for venues

Lloydminster and area women have formed their own chapter of the 100 Women Who Care Alliance, to help fund more than 141 needy registered charities in the region. more »

The 911 puck battle set

Beating the Lloydminster RCMP hockey team for the challenge cup has almost become an emergency situation this year for the Lloydminster Fire Department squad. more »

Audit of LFC shows budget shortfalls

Information from a forensic audit on the Lloydminster Facilities Corporation (LFC) indicates they owe the City of Lloydminster approximately $1-million as of April 30, 2017. more »

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