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Looking for one thing that led to another

The other day I had the TV tuned to the business talk show, “The Exchange,” and, as I often do, I was listening to it while occupied with other things. more »

Trudeau did as I predicted

Another great week of weather for this winter!
We are truly blessed. more »

Gardening Match Making

Eligible gardeners will want to read this.
With Valentine’s Day approaching, romance seems to be on the radar most everywhere. more »

Pays it forward

Lloydminster learned Dr. Kevin Govender is much too civilized and generous to be a cave man. The good doctor is giving a man cave package he won in a test drive contest at Boundary Ford to the Lloydminster… more »

Angel lives with disease, seeks cure

Kent Fleming hopes to put the spotlight on a need for better diagnosis, and research funding into a cure for Angelman Syndrome. more »

February is Heart Month

Don’t let the Grim Reaper get his Valentine this year — give to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Help create more survivors. more »

Lentil drives economy

Who knew the lowly lentil could help drive Saskatchewan’s agriculture export economy this year as it did in 2015? The answer is Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart, who knows it is a top export… more »

Guns, dope, nabbed

Little did RCMP know that when they stopped a vehicle, it would lead to a massive haul of drugs and weapons. “Further to that investigation, two search warrants were completed, one of them in the 5400… more »

Hopes high for cancer rally

From out of the west will come the 13th annual Poker Cutter Rally for Cancer. more »

Lloyd hoping for fed cash

The city of Lloydminster is hoping to get a piece of the $700 million infrastructure funding the federal government is fast tracking to Alberta. Building Canada funding was announced by Prime Minister… more »

Your chance to win $500 in groceries

Sobeys’ $500 grocery giveaway contest is underway in the Source. more »

Out in the cold

An incredible three out of every four addicts who call the Thorpe Recovery Centre for help are told they’re out of luck — despite the fact the facility has more 30 beds that remain unoccupied. more »

46 Big Bros and Sisters needed

Thirza Sunderland and Alexis Jardine are a poster pair for a new Big Brothers Big Sisters recruitment campaign for volunteers during the 29 days of February. more »

Nippin' at his heels

You just can’t outrun a dog.
Hopefully that was a lesson well-learned when a suspect wanted for numerous crimes tried to outrun the cops. more »

Lakeland snags three nominations

Three Lakeland College instructors are among 40 people nominated by their students for Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Board’s 2015 Top Instructor Award. more »

Fashion on the cheap

Business suits and attire on the cheap.
There’s a spending limit of just $31.69 for student contestants in this year’s Fashion on a Budget at Lakeland College in Lloydminster. more »

Kits for addicts now available

Lloydminster has the go-ahead to prescribe and give out naloxone, a drug that temporarily reverses the deadly effects of fentanyl. more »

Downtown cruncher

Three unnamed people were arrested after a lunchtime crash that took place at the intersection 50 St. and 50 Ave. Friday. RCMP recognized the driver, a 17 year-old Lloydminster youth, and knew she didn’t… more »

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