Rustlers ready to take next step

A watershed year for the Lloydminster Rustlers under-17 volleyball club has propelled a few of its players toward heightened post-secondary goals. more »

Runner fearless at Boston Marathon

Dewberry School Grade 3/4 homeroom teacher Susanna Pankiw has an incredible Easter-break story to tell her students. more »

Titanium Reapers out for revenge

It won’t be easy for the Lloydminster Titanium Reapers senior men’s rugby team to attain the heights they reached last season, but the club is determined to exhaust every effort in the try. more »

Border Chiefs provide opportunity

I was told there would be no sports stories to cover this month. It’s a known fact that April, the month between hockey season’s end and the beginning of the spring baseball campaign, is a… more »

Local athlete competes for Canada

Lloydminster’s Branden Troutman has earned one of 20 spots on the Canadian Wheelchair Rugby Team, but his real goal is to get into the starting 14. more »

Let's talk spawning ...

Well, it is safe to say spring has arrived, although snow’s still on the ground in part of Saskatchewan and Alberta. more »

Learning to play Blades hockey

Two Lloydminster athletes enjoyed a unique opportunity to gain a footing in the Western Hockey League (WHL) this past season through supporting each other’s efforts on and off the ice. more »

Angels ready to start assault

The Lloydminster Angels of Assault roller derby team is ready to take the next stride. more »

Go Caps and Sens

Who can’t love playoff hockey. Apart from distracting any efforts to shovel out of a blizzard in the middle of April or get a bit of writing work done, Canada’s game also presents a few quality… more »

Masters curls to Border City

The world’s best curlers will battle in the Border City this fall. The Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling Masters competition is being held at Lloydminster’s Centennial Civic Centre from… more »

Blades rookies make important contribution

“As a defenceman it takes a little bit more time to develop and get used to your role, so that’s why being a rookie (we) didn’t want to put him into situations that probably he wasn’t… more »

Former Blazer guides Mavericks

Lloydminster’s junior A hockey program regularly produces National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) players, but now it’s stepping into the coaching ranks. more »

more »