Wavefront stimulates Kuwait oil

Wavefront Technology Solutions Inc., that has an office in Lloydminster, is making waves in the oil and gas industry in Kuwait with its Powerwave fluid injection technology. more »

Lloyd area active in land sale

The December sale of Saskatchewan Crown oil and natural gas rights generated $9.6 million in revenue, down from the $19.4 million raised in the previous sale. more »

Cannons primed to blast snow

Mount Joy Snow Resort could erupt in a cloud of snowmaking this weekend, as preparations ramp up for the season opening on Jan. 6. more »

The Olive Tree treats Rotary

Rotary Club of Lloydminster members toured The Olive Tree on full stomachs just as the staff and volunteers there strive to do for the less fortunate. more »

Turkeys land in Christmas hampers

The REALTORS Association of Lloydminster and District will ensure Christmas dinner is delivered on time to those in need on the wings of holiday turkeys. more »

Lakeland to energize in 2018

The School of Energy at Lakeland College will ring in 2018 with an evening course for 2nd class power engineering in sync with the needs of industry and the community it serves. more »

Border City Express makes a splash

Wet and chilly Polar Bear Splash participants were short on words, but big on deeds and enthusiasm. more »

Student reveals leadership makeover

Lashburn teen, Kassidy Ottenbreit got the opportunity to reveal her leadership makeover before the Rotary Club of Lloydminster, the group who funded it. more »

WestJet means the world to Lloyd

A bigger world of social and economic benefits may come our way when WestJet starts its new regional air service next spring. more »

Second helping for food bank

Elaine and Ken Lawrence provided the Salvation Army Food Bank in Lloydminster with a second helping of food and cash just in time for Christmas. more »

Field house sold on RE/MAX

There were plenty of photogenic smiles during the grand re-opening of the north field house at the Servus Sports Centre, under the new signage and sponsorship of RE/MAX. more »

Credit Union plays Santa

Ho, ho, ho.
The two local branches of the Lloydminster Servus Credit Union played Santa by filling the fundraising stocking of Pioneer House with a donation of $10,000. more »

Border City vacancies free fall

Lloydminster’s rental vacancy rate has dropped by eight per cent to 17.4 per cent, the largest decline of all cities in Saskatchewan with a population greater than 10,000. more »

Husky to build two new thermals

Increasing thermal heavy oil production in the Lloydminster region is the focus of Husky Energy’s 2018 spending plans for upstream capital projects. more »

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