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More protections for water, energy consumers

Proposed legislation would make life better by offering free mediation services to help Albertans resolve issues with their water bills. more »

Kinsmen celebrating 90 years in Lloydminster

This is a very special year for the Kinsmen Club of Lloydminster as they are celebrating 90 years of community involvement in the Border City. more »

Charging quality of life and human spirit

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA), formerly known as Prairie North Health Region, was at Pioneer Lodge last Friday as they held their annual volunteer appreciation event before the kick off of National Volunteer Week. more »

Club optimistic about show and sale results

The Border City Optimist Club held their annual Antique & Vintage Show and Sale this past weekend with proceeds supporting the club’s annual Kids Day, which is being held on June 2. more »

Keeping history alive while supporting a good cause

Susan and Kevin Senkin of Marshall, Sask. have been coming to the Border City Optimist Club’s Antique & Vintage Show and Sale for roughly 20 years, and this year wasn’t any different as they could be found at the Wildrose Pavillion with a variety of items on display. more »

Xtreme wage war on the road

The Xtreme will start the 2018 Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (RMLL) season tomorrow night against the expansion Wolfpack at Wainwright’s Peace Memorial Multiplex. The contest is the first of seven straight the Border City boys will play on the road to start the season. more »

Wildcats own the badminton podium

The Wildcats captured a place on the podium in four of five events at the Lloydminster Public School Division (LPSD) Grade 9 Badminton Tournament at College Park School and Bishop Lloyd Middle School last Thursday. more »

High bids at CPCA Tarp Sale

Kris Molle, who finished second in the 2017 year-end aggregate, picked up the top purse of $20,000 courtesy of PWM Steel during the 19th annual CPCA Tarp Sale at the Lloydminster Exhibition Grounds Stockade Convention Centre last Tuesday. more »

Whiteley to bring old and new to The Root Bistro

The Root Bistro is going to get a taste of blues, folk, gospel, and swing when Ken Whiteley comes to town. more »

Healthy cow, healthy business

Eating healthy is always important, having a well-balanced diet is crucial to a healthy life. However, it’s not just humans who have to watch what they intake, it’s also livestock, and there are many different people who can help with that. more »

Hospital to get two new chemotherapy chairs

The Cutter Rally for Cancer donated a total of $12,000 to the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation so they could purchase two new chemotherapy chairs. more »

President's Gala another roaring success for student funding

The gym at Lakeland College’s Lloydminster campus turned into a secret garden last Friday to follow the theme of the school’s sixth annual President’s Gala, with all funds raised going to student scholarships. more »

Big dreams equal big grant

E.S. Laird Middle School received some extra funding to expand their Eco 9 class from the Peavey Mart Community Agricultural grant. more »