Limited time jewelry celebrates LSAIC

The Lloydminster Sexual Assault and Information Centre (LSAIC) is celebrating 35 years in the community, and to do that, they have collaborated with Hillberg & Berk to offer limited-edition jewelry. more »

Clean up of graffiti continues for third year

For the third time, the City of Lloydminster has partnered with the Lloydminster Community Youth Centre (LCYC) to help with graffiti removal. more »

City looks to update, be proactive with intake dam

City council is looking into getting a design and tender documentation to construct a deflector spur for the city’s river intake structure. more »

DARP gets kickoff in GPC meeting

The Downtown Area Redevelopment Plan (DARP) has officially kicked off, with city council getting a presentation of the phases to come. more »

Colonial Days Fair revs up for bulls

Bucking bulls and stunt motorcycles are helping to refresh the Colonial Days Fair with some 21st century excitement. more »

LCSC gives history lesson on First World War

A new exhibit is available at the Lloydminster Cultural and Science Centre (LCSC) for a limited time, and it will focus on the Canadian experience in Belgium during the First World War. more »

Recent high school graduate competes in Toronto

Local teen Yuliya Shcherban will be representing not only Lloydminster but Alberta at the annual Miss Ukrainian Canada 2018 competition. more »

City looks toward sister city agreement

A sister city is a social agreement between cities, and a relationship is recognized after the highest elected or appointed official from both cities sign an agreement. more »

PSM Lawyers invest in park building

A ribbon cutting wrapped up dedication ceremony celebrating the PSM Lawyers sponsorship of the PSM Park Centre at Bud Miller All Seasons Park with new signage installed. From left is PSM partner Todd… more »

LPSD graduates more than 200 students

Grade 12 students garbed in purple and gold celebrated their next steps last week. more »

Grade 12 grads take to the stage at HRHS

Holy Rosary High School (HRHS) celebrated a 100 per cent graduation rate this year. more »

Rotary's maple syrup citizen

Rhianna McCaffrey has a pretty good idea of what it’s going to mean to call Canada her home and native land when she becomes a citizen this fall. more »

Interval Store and SPCA bond

The ‘For the Interval Store’ is coming to the aid of pets. more »

Council looking into amphitheatre upgrades

City council is looking into the rehabilitation of the Bud Miller All Season Park amphitheater. more »

Two full time SRO positions for school divisions

The Lloydminster Public School Division (LPSD) and the Lloydminster Catholic School Division (LCSD) are going to welcome a School Resource Officer (SRO) for each organization in the coming school year. more »

LSAIC presents workshop focusing on boundaries and consent

Boundaries and consent will be the focus of a new workshop the Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information Centre (LSAIC) is working to bring to the city. more »

Wastewater plant needs new baffle curtain

The wastewater treatment facility continues to throw surprises at the city, as they will have to do a baffle curtain replacement sooner than thought. more »

Cycle champ KOs cancer

Jarrod Russell is a three-peat champion of the Great Cycle Challenge. more »

Canada 150 mural finds a home

The City of Lloydminster has found a spot of the Mosaic Canada 150 mural they intend to be part of. more »

Flower power brings beauty and community connections

Flower power is in effect this summer at local senior housing facilities and the Lloydminster Hospital. more »

Saskatchewan farm technology helps reduce emissions

Saskatchewan Environment Minister Dustin Duncan says his province’s agriculture sector is part of the solution to climate change that a federal carbon tax would disrupt. more »

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