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Little Pine waiting on three of seven fund requests

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) said over the past fiscal year, the ministry has received seven band council resolutions from Little Pine First Nation, requesting the release of funds from its trust.

Development to the northeast, west of Lloyd

Developments to the northeast and west of the city were talked about by councillors at the most recent regular meeting.

Man's best rescuer

Seminar helps kennel club in disaster training for dogs and theri handlers.

Doke running again

First-term MLA Larry Doke said there is still more work to do, when asked why he decided to run again in the Cut Knife-Turtleford riding. 

School competition really an off the wall idea

The principal of École St. Thomas, Lisa Marie Kreese, took part in a unique competition against student Aidan Conacher on Friday over the lunch hour. Both were taped to a wall, and whoever stayed up the longest was the winner.

Artistic advice given in street rod program

Students from the new street rod technologies program at Lakeland College in Vermilion were given a sharper focus on details late last month when the local airbrush artist shared his craft.

A goal of 60 teams, 200 survivors for Relay

So far, nearly 30 teams have registered and more than $4,200 has already been raised for this year’s Relay for Life walk in Bud Miller All Seasons Park, which will be held May 30-31.

Premier Hancock comes to Lloyd

In his first official visit to Lloydminster as premier of Alberta, Dave Hancock was on hand to celebrate continuing education at the Lakeland College President’s Gala on Friday afternoon.

Lakeland College President's Gala a hit

The Man in Motion made time to mention a local student and athlete while on stage at the Lakeland College President’s Gala Friday evening.

Lloyd renters outraged with steep increases

This could make some tenants have to choose between basic necessities like gas for their vehicles and groceries.