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Playing the game the right way

There are many ways you can describe the play of Logan Ganie. Smart, two-way, defensive with an offensive touch. But to most, including his current coach, Ganie simply just plays the game the right way.… more »

School divisions working together

The Lloydminster Public School division and Lloydminster Catholic School Division signed an agreement on Monday for an application to build a new joint-use elementary school. Officials from both divisions… more »

Outdoor pool causes waves at council

Some called it the hidden gem, some councillors called it a staple in the city of Lloydminster. But the Lloydminster Outdoor Pool made some waves at council chambers Monday night, when councillors were… more »

Reserve funds emptied, to start fresh in 2015

The majority of the reserve funds that have been in place for years were emptied at Monday night’s city council meeting, in a move to correct old accounting oversights. Nicole Reiniger, the director of… more »

Debt on the rise

During Monday night’s city council meeting, councillors proposed an additional $13 million to the capital debt. At the end of the year, the capital debt will be an estimated $31.5 million and if the proposed… more »

Street improvement budget climbs

Lloydminster city council debated and decided to grant half the request that the operations department of the city were asking for street improvements next year. The street improvement budget last year… more »

Council approves 10.4 per cent tax increase

If the numbers are correct, and the estimates are what council anticipates, taxpayers in the Border City could see a potential property tax hike of 10.4 per cent in 2015. Council debated the 2015 operations… more »

Bobcats hold on

You couldn’t fault the 1,054 Lloydminster Bobcats fans if they were white knuckling it a little on Sunday afternoon as the home club attempted to hold the fort with a 1-0 lead as the seconds ticked away.… more »

Privatization not needed for SLGA: study

When it comes to the privatization of the liquor board in Saskatchewan, one report is against it. David Campanella, the author of A Profitable Brew: A Financial Analysis of the SLGA and Its Potential… more »

New condo act good for growth: Starke

New measures are in place to protect condominium owners in Alberta after the provincial government passed legislation earlier this month. Bill 9, The Condominium Property Amendment Act, outlines 50 new… more »

In a giving mood

The Lloydminster Region Health Foundation took Christmas spirit to a new level when they made rounds across town last week dropping off generous donations to various organizations. They started at the… more »

Drop in oil prices has pros and cons

With the recent drop in oil prices there are probably many people wondering how it will impact their day-to-day lives. Though different sectors will be effected, the obvious places to start with are the… more »