Condo alerts

Purchasing a condominium can be a great housing solution for many different buyers, not just first-time home owners looking to build equity instead of paying rent. more »

Bye bye butterfly

The monarch butterfly is in decline.
It has been for some time, and Canadian Wildlife magazine reports it still is.
So what? more »

Letter from the past

With their elements of discovery and heritage, time capsules communicate with folks in the future. Containing letters and mementos, they preserve memories from the past. Dear Prairie folks: I’m… more »

Streetfest ready for 8th year

Think of Downtown Lloydminster Streetfest as a powerful Saturday people magnet. more »

Planning on a pet?

Pets can be an essential part of the family.
Just about all of us have fond memories of a childhood pet and playmate of some sort. 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 »

Dog for sale: eats anything and is fond of children

This is a time of year when there seems to be an abundance of kittens, puppies and other small creatures to be either given away or sold. more »

Exceptional service

What defines good service?
Even better, exceptional service?
I have been going to the Lea Park Rodeo north of Marwayne for more than 50 years.
First, it was with my parents. more »

Advice for the weekend warrior

When the snow melts in the spring, many homeowners look around their property with renewed energy and see a number of projects that need attention as the days get longer and warmer. more »

Don't leaf yet, it's time for Tree news

Have you noticed?
We are not respectful of our trees. I believe this is because they don’t advertise well. more »

Singer's first visit to Lloyd

Abigail Lapell is no longer travelling to music gigs on a Greyhound bus as she did on her first Western Canadian tour many years ago. more »

Dads—real life heroes

During the Middle Ages in Catholic Europe, Saint Joseph’s Day (“Nourisher of the Lord”) was set aside to honour fatherhood, but a North American celebration didn’t begin until… 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 »

Weed warrior

He is, simply, Canada’s Gardening guru, with an instantly recognizable face. He’s written more than 20 books and his columns—that appear in 29 newspapers, and other publications—are… more »

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