Lloydminster man charged after stabbing

On Oct., Lloydminster RCMP received a called of a man that had been stabbed multiple times in the 2200 block of 47 Avenue. RCMP learned that there were individuals outside of the same residence cause… more »

Pairing a job with parenting

Helen Sluth has been behind the wheel of a school bus for the Lloydminster Public School Division (LPSD) for the last 21 years, and what started out as a job to help her spend more time with her children,… more »

The cargo I carry can never be replaced

To celebrate School Bus Safety Week, the Booster decided to better acquaint our readers with one dedicated bus driver from the Lloydminster Catholic School Division (LCSD), as well as the Lloydminster… more »

Continuing with a successful Adopt-A-Highway program

Back in 2015 the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama’at Lloydminster took part in the “Adopt-A-Highway” program, and have since continued with their work. more »

Helping our local food banks

Once again MNP LLC has taken part in Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) annual food drive, Drive Away Hunger. more »

Libraries show they matter with proclamation

Libraries are not just buildings with books anymore, as the times have changed and evolved, so has the community building located downtown. more »

Cheveldayoff support shown in Border City

On Tuesday the leadership hopeful visited the Border City for a meet-and-greet. There were more than 70 people in attendance, as many asked him questions and learned about policies which are important… more »

This week in the field: Harvest close to an end

According to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s weekly Crop Report for the period of Oct. 3-9, 94 per cent of the provincial crop is now in the bin. more »

Lloydminster Youth Council year underway

“We are focusing on some more community activities and bringing some of our more successful events back from last year. So, get some annual stuff started up, and also having more community involvement… more »

Students to learn with I-Time

Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (LCHS) is aiming to give their students an extra hand of support with a new program called I-Time. more »

Sharing a passion for agriculture

Last week 19 Italian farmers made their way south of the Border City for a tour of Keith Fournier’s farm as part of a cross-Canada tour of Canadian farms. more »

Vivint suspension lifted

Vivint Canada Inc has had their business licence suspension lifted in the city. more »

Council approves to review decision of SDAB on auto dealership

Lloydminster City Council has approved that administration continues to review and take steps, which could include an appeal, of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) hearing decision. more »

Radke takes reigns at Health Foundation

Former Lloydminster Region Health Foundation Development Manager Malcolm Radke will be the organization’s CEO as of Nov. 1. more »

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