Burns dust off welcome mat

The perennial hosts of the Home Routes series concerts wrapped up their current season in April, but they just couldn’t say no to a request from two touring Manitoba musicians for a special one-night… more »

Staples flips burgers for Special Olympics

The Lloydminster Staples store aims to raise $3,000 in support of local Special Olympics athletes in an ongoing Canada-wide corporate campaign. more »

Lloyd's Gold Horse Casino hires GM

The newly named Gold Horse Casino in Lloydminster to be operated by the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) has hired a general manager. more »

Departing cop proves city safer in 2018

The Lloydminster RCMP Detachment put more than $200,000 of recently recovered stolen property, cash, drugs and weapons on display as evidence of crime reduction strategies working. more »

Two ATCO agreements passed

City council approved two bylaws to ensure new agreements are in place for ATCO Electric and ATCO Gas. more »

Facelift coming from exterior of LGCC

At Monday’s city council meeting Bexson Construction was awarded the project for $372,795 excluding GST and a contingency allowance up to $5,205. more »

LCSD brings Aboriginal Awareness Week to school

The Lloydminster Catholic School Division (LCSD) has been celebrating Aboriginal Awareness Week all across their schools. more »

Fiddle storm to wallop Lashburn

Canadian fiddling champion Scott Woods is headed to the Lashburn Community Hall on May 19 with his Fiddling Up a Storm tour. more »

Songwriter finds her calling

Elenee Young would welcome a miracle to experience her dream life in Nashville Tennessee. more »

Cancer fighter rolls out strategy

Lloydminster’s champion fundraiser Jarrod Russell plans to kick kids’ cancer in the butt for the third year in a row with a little help from family and friends. more »

Successful year for United Way

The Lloydminster and District United Way was able to give out $73,000 at their annual campaign year distribution night for 2017-18. more »

Olive Tree food bank branches out

The Olive Tree has joined Food Banks Alberta, the provincial association of food banks, to share best practices and even food resources among its 88 members. more »

Five new capital projects to be done

While the 2018 mill rate was the hot topic at this week’s city council meeting, council also approved five more projects for the 2018 capital budget. more »

Residential tax increase for city

City councillors have approved the 2018 mill rate, which will see a nearly 11.5 per cent increase. more »

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