Someone call Noah

By Don Whiting

July 12, 2016 12:00 AM

A truck creates a wake while moving through a flooded area at 50 Ave. and 64 St. yesterday.

Monday’s deluge tested the capacity of the city’s stormwater system, resulting in flooding in some areas.
The Environment Canada weather forecast called for rain to end Monday afternoon and water levels were expected to recede.
Flooded roadways were reported in Hill Industrial, Nielsen Industrial, 62 Ave., 49 St., 51 St., and 52 St. Drivers are also reminded to exercise caution when in the vicinity of City workers or emergency crews.
Residents may notify the City of problem areas by submitting a message through the Report a Concern page at www.lloydminster.ca.

More News

LCSD hosts archbishop

The Lloydminster Catholic School Division (LCSD) had a special guest this week, as Archbishop Richard Smith toured multiple schools. more »

Falk talks first session in House of Commons

Battlefords-Lloydminster member of Parliament Rosemarie Falk is back in her constituency for the summer. She held a summer office open house this week for people to have a tour, drop by for a conversation,… more »

Health council opens channels

We have your back on healthcare. That’s what the Yellowhead East Health Advisory Council (HAC) told local and area residents during its latest meeting at the Lloydminster Hospital on June 20. more »

more »