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Red Dogs continue perfect start

Desiatnyk leads Red Dogs with three touchdowns in victory over Edmonton.

On the international stage

Every weekend leading up to the Optimist U18 International Curling Championships, Jared Latos had to make the trip to Calgary for practice.

Rookie wins Marwayne PBR

Bulls the true winners in championship round, bucking off all 10 riders.

Bandits' 21-year-olds earn top awards

It should come as no surprise that when the Lloydminster Bandits handed out their team awards Saturday night, graduating players Micheal McKay and Chr...

Eye opener at Rustlers camp

New recruits for men's basketball program at Lakeland are finding the level of competition and intensity to be greater than what they expected. ...


Hi-Fibre Content for the soul

The Lloydminster Cultural and Science Centre is known for bringing in good things to put on display. Everyone knows that fibre is good for you, but ...

Getting kicks just off Hwy 16 at the Root

Saturday night, music lovers were treated to some old-style blues and early roots type tunes offered up by Edmonton’s Front Porch Roots Revue ...

Disney classic done a little differently

Beauty and the Beast is set to open at Kitscoty Hall May 15, followed by Alumni Hall at Lakeland College, Vermilion Campus on May 16. This production ...

Post Comedy hits Lloydminster tonight

Whether it’s a murder mystery or a cat burglar robbing a home, Robert Post is preparing for anything when his show opens tonight at the Vic Juba...

Jazz returns

Opening night at the Root a huge success for local jazz community.



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February 2014

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Lloyd renters outraged with steep increases

This could make some tenants have to choose between basic necessities like gas for their vehicles and groceries.

Lakeland College President's Gala a hit

The Man in Motion made time to mention a local student and athlete while on stage at the Lakeland College President’s Gala Friday evening.

Premier Hancock comes to Lloyd

In his first official visit to Lloydminster as premier of Alberta, Dave Hancock was on hand to celebrate continuing education at the Lakeland College President’s Gala on Friday afternoon.

A goal of 60 teams, 200 survivors for Relay

So far, nearly 30 teams have registered and more than $4,200 has already been raised for this year’s Relay for Life walk in Bud Miller All Seasons Park, which will be held May 30-31.

School competition really an off the wall idea

The principal of École St. Thomas, Lisa Marie Kreese, took part in a unique competition against student Aidan Conacher on Friday over the lunch hour. Both were taped to a wall, and whoever stayed up the longest was the winner.

Doke running again

First-term MLA Larry Doke said there is still more work to do, when asked why he decided to run again in the Cut Knife-Turtleford riding. 


Animals help teach children about agriculture

The Lloydminster Exhibition  Association presented Ag. Education Day March 26, an event that keeps getting stronger every year since its incept...

Are you ready for Showcase 2014?

It is in fact the largest trade show for home, garden sport and leisure that is held annually in Lloydminster that will run from March 21 to March 23 ...

Short-term fix to grain movement problem

Railway companies will begin shipping an additional 500 cars a week so they can comply with last week's order in council by Transportation Ministe...

Golden years of agriculture upon us: Olson

Alberta Agriculture Minster Verlyn Olson said that since taking the position last year he has become used to saying that things in the sector are good...

Agriculture a tough sell for NDP

The leader of the fourth party in the legislative assembly will be the first one to admit that when people think of the NDP, they don’t instantl...