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Help for workplace bullying

Dear Working Wise: One of my coworkers is spreading lies about me and saying that I’m terrible at my job. I love my job, but I hate going to work now and I’m thinking of quitting. I don’t… more »

Winning when they need to

A win was desperately needed and the Rustlers went out and earned it. The Lakeland College women’s basketball team closed out the regular season with 81-48 win over the Grande Prairie Wolves in… more »

Storm rages against Bobcats

Solidifying a hard-earned, though temporary playoff spot, was a new experience for this edition of the Bobcats and they didn’t handle it well enough. more »

Cut your own hair (and other money saving tips)

Learning new skills to save money
One thing about a major economic downturn, it reminds people that they can learn to do certain things for themselves. more »

What's on!

TAI CHI An ancient Chinese exercise that’s perfect for all ages. These slow rhythmic movements will strengthen the entire body, improve flexibility and balance, as well as reduce stress. New beginner’s… more »

Raising the roof in St. Walburg

St. Walburg, Sask.—The local arena is often at the heart of rural Saskatchewan communities. St. Walburg is a true reflection of this. more »

Heart-sized serving

In the spirit of lover’s day, Boston Pizza Lloydminster was serving up heart shaped pizza for their annual Valentine’s Day promotion. more »

Local Ham-sters to help mark anniversary

The Battle of Vimy Ridge lives on in the Prairies. more »

Community pet store to close

Local pet store M-R Pets has made the decision to close its doors after 38 years of business in the community. more »

Husky shows Heart

It was happy hour once again for local non profit agencies that get a share of $125,000 raised in the latest Husky Has Heart campaign. Cheques were presented to 10 charities at Husky Place on Friday to… more »

What the heck is an IQAS assessment?

Dear Working Wise: What is an IQAS assessment? I received a resumé with an IQAS assessment attached saying that the applicant’s education that he earned in India is the same as a two-year… more »

Landowners under siege

I’ve had a rash of phone calls and visits lately from landowners who don’t know where to turn to when needing solid advice on their rights. more »

Edging toward the playoffs

Nobody asks how you won—just how many. more »

Dare we use the word ... playoffs?

All of a sudden, a playoff spot looks tantalizingly close for the Bobcats The Lloydminster Bobcats pulled to within one point of the last playoff spot in the north division following a 2-0 win over the… more »

A country wave

Polite and friendly are two words often used when speaking of Canadians. While they are fine descriptors of the population in general—or most of it—perhaps we can add a little more to the… more »

Free Family Day fun

The province of Alberta has announced special events and free admission will be available at Alberta historic sites, museums, archives and parks for Family Day. more »

And so the years went by…

The Barr Colonists had another life before coming to the west.
We only need a glimpse into their remarkable history to see that it wasn’t all work and no play. more »

A little lovin' from the BP oven

A check for $1,250 was donated to the Lloydminster Rescue Squad courtesy of Boston Pizza Lloydminster. more »

New wheels sought by Handivan Society

The Lloydminster Handivan Society is hoping to raise about $85,000 for a new handivan with the demand for transportation soaring. more »

Licence-free fishing all weekend long

The Government of Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Environment has announced all fishing will be free for the Family Day weekend Feb. 18 to 20. more »

Between two worlds

Community members and students from Lloydminster Comprehensive High School learned to walk between the two worlds of Canada’s indigenous and non indigenous history. more »

And ... scene

Lloydminster Comprehensive High School (LCHS) Drama students laughed their way to second place at the annual Rapid Fire Theatre’s own TheatreSports tournament: the Nosebowl. more »

What's On

EVERY WEDNESDAY – SIBSHOPS From 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. from March 8, to April 12 at Lakeland College, Lloydminster campus. Sibshops are for children aged 6-12 years old, who have a sibling with… more »

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