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Wakefield preps for next chapter

His career has spanned more than three decades. He has worked in the federal government, the Saskatchewan provincial government and for a brief time in Africa teaching. Milt Wakefield’s latest job was… more »

City purchases storage unit for airport

Lloydminster Airport will soon have another building located on the premises, as city council approved buying a prefabricated building to house its new truck and sweeper unit. The building was needed… more »

An off-leash intro for pets and humans

The Lloydminster SPCA joined Coca’s Promise to host a meet and greet at the new off-leash dog park on 47 Avenue beside the RCMP building on July 29. The idea was to get a large group of dogs and their… more »

Food labels will change

Soon when you look at the back of canned or boxed food, you’ll see a couple of changes. First, you might notice the serving sizes are measured per item, rather than by grams. For instance, if you pick… more »

Mr. Fireworks ended career with a bang

It doesn’t take too long to figure out that the passion and the dedication for fireworks, while retiring last year on Canada Day, is still there. For almost 25 years, Larry Olynyk enjoyed making people… more »

The world championship of bunnock – bringing the world to Macklin

Macklin is gearing up to host its annual Bunnock tournament from Aug. 1 to 3, 2014. Along with the games will be entertainment, beer gardens, dances, children’s rides, pancake breakfasts and let’s not… more »

Provinces sign health MOU

Lloydminster will have more equitable and fair health care services delivery, after both Alberta and Saskatchewan signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) Monday at city hall. The document, which has… more »