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Newly named Gibney House ready to make history

It has been decided that the newest project to battle homelessness in Lloydminster shall be known as the Gibney House. The project is named after Dr. Eugene Gibney, who was one of the founders of the… more »

Wide Mouth Mason thrilled to be back in Lloyd

Two shows will be happening at the Border Bike Rally Cabaret next Saturday. The Saskatchewan-formed group Wide Mouth Mason will be taking the stage before Big Sugar in what Shaun Verreault is describing… more »

Big Sugar all about having a good time

One of the biggest names in recent Canadian music history is about to come to Lloydminster to perform at the Border Bike Rally Saturday, July 26. Big Sugar, who got their start in the late 1980s and has… more »

Prentice makes splash in Lloyd

Former federal MP Jim Prentice made a pit stop in Lloydminster Tuesday afternoon, speaking with party supporters and supporters for his upcoming election campaign for leadership of the Progressive Conservative… more »

Lukaszuk makes stop in Lloydminster

Monday afternoon, Thomas Lukaszuk began a two-day stop in the Border City, drumming up support for his leadership bid for the Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta. Lukaszuk made stops at the… more »

Safe splashing

With summer being in full swing, many head to the lake to either relax on the boat or splash around in the water. But the fun and games can quickly turn into scary instances, if proper safety measures… more »

"We have to stop the clock," CTF declares

By the time you read this line, the clock has gone up another $9,000. Raising awareness on the irresponsible return to debt was the key message the Canadian Taxpayers Federation wanted to get out while… more »

Border Bike Rally revving up this weekend

The annual Border Bike Rally is back with some new attractions to add to the old favourites this year. The weekend event runs from July 25 to 27 at the Lloydminster Exhibition Grounds. Chairman of Border… more »

St. Walburg Fair celebrates 69 years

The days of the old time country fairs seems to be disappearing in many places as the times march on more and more into the cyber world. Family traditions of going to the fair, going on rides, playing… more »

Health agreement to be signed next week

It’s been talked about for years, officially worked on since early last year and will finally be signed next week. There are a couple of components to the bi-provincial health agreement and it’s touted… more »