Dear Working Wise: Most job ads don’t mention compensation. Worse, I’ve been asked in the job interview what my salary expectations are. I’m not sure what to say when this happens? Signed,… more »
Like an old boss used to say:“If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail!” I believe the same holds true in real estate, whether you’re seeking to invest or just meet your own needs. more »
Four graduating members of the Holy Rosary High School Raiders football team completed some unfinished business on the gridiron this past weekend. Raiders quarterback Tommy Yanchuk, offensive lineman… more »
A strong start gave way to a poor finish in the Lloydminster peewee Border Brutes final game of the Wheatland Lacrosse Association regular season. more »
I thought there was nothing to do around town on the Victoria Day long weekend.
Well, a few folks in Onion Lake would beg to differ. more »
The Lloydminster under-16A Liners last game of their home tournament was hit and miss. more »
Museums reflect community value and have undoubtedly changed over the years. Functioning as an instrument of communication and sparking conversation, museums retell history and preserve stories from the… more »
Spring is all about new life. Whether it be young foals or calves kicking up their heels on a warm sunny day in the pasture, woolly lambs frolicking on a green hillside or a litter of pink piglets pushing… more »
They don’t have angelic voices, but The Common Cup Company is a band of church guys coming to town to sing songs of faith and life. more »
It must be difficult to be a young adult these days. Those of us that didn’t grow up with the Internet and social media remember a time where our parents didn’t always know where we were and… more »
Lloydminster photographer Nicole Noyce scored a career knockout punch with her black and white image of a local boxer. more »
Ginger St. James will be singing and dancing her way into the Border City. Tonight, at the root: community emporium, the Hamilton, Ont., native will hit the stage with her band as part of her Western-Canadian… more »
The Lloydminster Golf and Curling Centre is rolling out the green carpet for a charity golf fundraiser, on behalf of the Lloydminster Interval Home. “The golf and curling club approached us indicating… more »
Tim Hortons Camp Day has almost become a national charity holiday.
This year’s Camp Day is May 31 at all Tim Hortons outlets. more »
FRESH FOOD BOX Orders must be placed on or before the first and third Thursday of each month and can be dropped off upstairs at 201, 5001 - 50 Ave. Pickup on the second and fourth Thursday of each month… more »
Some seniors at Valley Lodge in Vermilion will get to be sidewalk superintendents during the reconstruction of three old wings of the 84 suite facility. more »
Children’s author, Chance Hansen will be making his way to the Border City for a book signing.
The author of the Green Pea series will be at Coles in the Lloyd Mall on May 28 from 12-4 p.m. more »
Grab yer 10-gallons, pull on them pickle-stabbers and get ready to kick up your heels at Lloydminster’s newest country bar. more »
Hard hats could ease the hard times Lloydminster is experiencing. Economic relief is expected from the influx of about 2,800 workers during the seven-week Lloydminster Husky Upgrader turnaround, which… more »
Six select members of the Border City Stingrays synchronized swimming club are pushing themselves to the limit this spring. more »