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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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

PARKINSON SUPPORT GROUP The Lloydminster Support Group for Parkinson Disease meets at the Southridge Community Church (5701 - 41 St.) from 2 to 4 p.m. on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Support and… more »

Fred North gives large donation

The Fred North Charitable Foundation humbly donated funds to The Olive Tree Thursday. more »

Community builder to be honoured

Ken Kay will soon be as famous as the John Deere tractors he sold to area farmers for more than 40 years. more »

Talking the talk and walking the walk at Agri-Visions

Agri-Visions will be all talk and action for the grain and cattle industries at the Lloydminster Exhibition Grounds. more »

Speed Den now open

The door to the Speed Den, a dual purpose building at the Husky Energy Speed Skating Oval, is open for the rest of the season. more »

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