Invest in our elders

This past winter and spring I have met with seven different older adults who are working their way through one of the most difficult decisions of their life. more »

Pot legal (when it comes to planting)

While the Trudeau government arm wrestles over plans to legalize marijuana, here is some good news for you. more »

Fees and service charges: Is your bank bleeding you dry?

Not everyone who reads this is going to bother to find a bank statement or log in to their account to double check what they are paying in bank fees. Unfortunately, many people look at service charges… more »

Collection of curiosities

Whether its sports memorabilia, vintage automobiles, owl figurines, books or glassware, the start of a collection begins with one item and grows exponentially. more »

Shut up and do it!

When the countryside starts to dry up in spring, and cattle are moved out of their wet, sloppy pens into a pasture of new, green grass, I always reflect back upon my days driving a truck for Bulldog Corral… more »

Lloyd invited to view Prairie art

Artist Susan Schaefer is proof you can take the girl out of the Prairies, but you can’t take the Prairies out of the girl. more »

What's on!

FRESH FOOD BOX Orders must be placed on or before the first and third Thursday of each month and can be dropped off upstairs at 201, 5001 - 50 Ave. Pickup on the second and fourth Thursday of each month… more »

Local artist and young painters help raise funds

Local artist Danielle Vachon worked with youth last week to create beautiful paintings, which were then sold to one buyer for $1,250, with funds going towards the Lloydminster Sexual Assault & Information… more »

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