Student brings Ottawa home

Billie Sarcauga is back from her Adventure in Citizenship in Ottawa with a better understanding of what being a Canadian is all about. more »

Bishop school wins national award

Bishop Lloyd Middle School is teaching students, staff and the community that inclusive education matters. 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 »

Like the Boy Scouts

Be prepared, not scared.
That’s the theme of this year’s Emergency Measures Day (EMO) and open house at the joint RM of Britannia Fire Department and Lloyd Rescue Hall on May 27. more »

Not according to plan

Changes to Alberta’s payday loan legislation intended to end predatory lending, have enabled it, according to the Canadian Consumer Finance Association. more »

Where there's smoke

It was feet to the fire time for a class of industry employees and individuals learning how to use fire extinguishers to snuff out flames. The fire extinguisher training took place at the Lloydminster… more »

Casino within days of start

Construction is slated to begin within days on the Lloydminster Casino near the southeast corner of 40 Ave. and Highway 16. more »

City looking to get bigger slice of ticket revenue

Some believe photo radar is as effective and has the same deterrence factor as a ticket handed to drivers by a cop who pulls them over. Others vehemently argue photo radar is nothing more than a bloated… more »

City hires recruiting service to find new manager

The necessary steps to hire a permanent city manager are now underway. 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 »

Cadets set for ceremonial review

None of the members of the 186 Lloydminster Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron has enough whiskers to have lived during the founding year. more »

Community once again shows support to stuff cruiser

This year’s Stuff the Cruiser event provided more than $6,000 worth of food relief to the Lloydminster Salvation Army Food Bank. more »

Asphalt and concrete improvements being rolled out

City council approved the award of the 2017 Concrete Sidewalk Improvement Program tender. more »

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