Thinking of tagging a building with graffiti, littering, spitting or even depositing snow or dirt on a city street without a permit? It’s going to cost you.
He arrived in Lloydminster in 2010, and now after three years, one and a half of them at the helm of the Lloydminster RCMP, Staff Sgt. Dave Kalist is moving on to another detachment.
This year marks the 33rd annual Gift of Christmas, something that has a long tradition at Lloyd FM, going back way before it was owned by Newcap Broadcasting.
Granting wishes at this special time of year goes a long way to easing life’s burdens and putting smiles where they belong: on the faces of adults and children who truly need and deserve to take a step away from the troubles that are causing them some grief.
The city is no longer pursuing seamless senior property tax deferral for its Saskatchewan residents because of minimal interest.
If you are wondering what the doctor ordered, it is a Just For Fun Christmas Party hosted by the Lloydminster Filipino community at the Legacy Centre Dec. 14. Supper is at 7 p.m.