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Which side are you on?

Which side of the border are you on? Generally in Lloydminster that question is about where you live, but come Sept. 6, that question will deal with hockey allegiances. The Edmonton Oil Kings host the… more »

Do the little things right

Making every play routine is how the Lloydminster Rebels U16 team will compete at the Canadian Open Fastpitch International Championships. Against softball clubs that play 365 days a year, they don’t… more »

Busy week ahead of them

The Lloydminster Rebels U18 softball team will play at least nine games in the next eight days, and that could extend even more depending on how they make the playoff rounds this weekend at provincials… more »

Vandals victory

It was a long time coming for the Lloydminster Vandals, more than two years between victories. So the feeling on Saturday afternoon when the final whistled sounded and the Vandals had a 28-14 victory… more »

Development focus for elite females

The emphasis heading into the future for elite female hockey players in Lloydminster is on development. Last week the Lloydminster Minor Hockey Association (LMHA) announced the hiring of Eric Morrissette… more »

Locals inducted into Sask. Hall of Fame

At first, getting inducted into the Saskatchewan Hall of Fame was a downer for Dale Cross. Along with Terry Clark, Cross was inducted on June 13 as part of the Moose Jaw Generals senior AA men’s hockey… more »

Mitsuing takes final stop before Calgary

With the second fastest time over the entire weekend on Day 4 in Onion Lake, Ray Mitsuing moved in front of Kris Molle in the aggregate to take the fourth stop on the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon… more »

Onion Lake important to Calgary success

Drivers on the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) have been hooking outfits all season long in preparation for the Calgary Stampede, but no show may have been as important as this past… more »

Border Battle: Which side are you on?

Generally in Lloydminster that question is about where you live, but come Sept. 6, that question will deal with hockey allegiances. more »

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