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Welcome back hockey

Now that hockey is about to start another season of glorious highs, hard battles and unforeseen lows, I though the game deserved a few unneeded comments from this bench. more »

Mustangs back to winning ways

The one thing about earning a lopsided win is it gives the coaching staff an opportunity to find areas in need of further improvement. more »

Chargers drop opener to Bandits

The Lloydminster bantam Chargers showcased their ability to bounce back, but a few early-season mistakes denied the club an opening-game win. more »

Meridian Soccer sets its goals

The Lloydminster Drillers and Lakeland Rustlers United Soccer Program (LRUSP) youth groups were combined into Meridian Soccer on June 1, in an effort to grow participation in the game among the younger… more »

Determination, vision…and Grace

Back in the 60s, expected roles for women were much different than they are today. more »

Drawn to the past…

Carefully draped on a wooden hanger is an orange and blue vintage Oilers hockey jersey. more »

Open for business

“We will have bouncy castles, sparkle tattoos, the food truck there, and we will have our farmers market going on at the same time. We also have some snacks for all the people and kids that attend,”… more »

Bobcats help fight pediatric cancer

On Wednesday, Sept. 20 the Lloydminster Bobcats will not only be hosting the Grand Prairie Storm, they will also be hosting Childhood Cancer Awareness Night, to honour Childhood Brain Cancer Awareness… more »

AJHL back on the ice

The puck will drop on the 2017-18 Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) season this Friday when 10 of its 16 teams take to the ice, including the hometown Lloydminster Bobcats. more »

Bobcats end preseason strong

The win gives the Bobcats a 4-2 exhibition record with regular season play set to start this Friday at the Civic, when the Black and Orange once again host the Pontiacs. more »

A charitable way to celebrate a 50th birthday

A realtor by day and a self-proclaimed non-professional runner by night, Louis de Kock is turning 50 years old today, and to commemorate this milestone, he has decided to raise $5,000 for cancer research… more »

It'll be a fuel good kind of a day

Monday, Lloydminster & District Co-op was pleased to announce the launch of Fuel Good Day on Sept. 19 in the Border City, as five cents from every litre of gas sold at their three locations will be donated… more »

Lions Park gets facelift

The park was officially opened on Sept. 6 in a ribbon cutting ceremony with a Grade 2 class from Mother Teresa Early Childhood Education Centre hard at play. more »

Raising awareness for suicide prevention

Friends and family gathered for the seventh annual Walk of Remembrance, which was in recognition of World Suicide Prevention Day. more »

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