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Sask RCMP detachment phone lines not working

While 911 is still available for emergencies, the main phone lines at Saskatchewan RCMP detachments are down and there is no estimate as to when the phones will be fixed. This affects police stations like Cut Knife, Maidstone, Battlefords, Onion Lake, St. Walburg, Turtleford, Glaslyn and Unity. In a non-emergency, residents...

Lloyd Comp band concert at Vic Juba, Thursday

Some young musicians are gearing up to show off their musical prowess to the Lloydminster community. Three bands from Lloydminster Comprehensive High School will play on the main stage at the Vic Juba Community Theatre on Thursday Nov. 24. Emily Davies with Band 10 plays the alto-sax. Her group is playing...

Crisis intervention services in Lloydminster

The Crisis Intervention team at LSAS is sharing about the services they offer to help clients dealing with trauma. Over 700 people have accessed programs from the Lloydminster Sexual Assault Services this year with 347 being children. However, as MyLloydminsterNow has reported, LSAS is raising $450,000 to fix the foundation of...

Several local groups receive 2023 grants

The Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Lloydminster grant allocation of $385,000 has been approved by the city to support 13 local organizations. The beneficiaries are: Residents in Recovery Society - Family Recovery Program: $49,000 Lloydminster Native Friendship Centre - Engaging our People – Prevention/Intervention Program: $45,000 Big Brothers Big...

City of Lloydminster approves 2023 budget

Lloydminster city council has passed a 2023 operating budget of $107.9 million and a capital budget of $63.9 million. There is a municipal tax levy increase of 4.8 per cent, a taxation user fee increase of 4.5 per cent, assuming a two per cent growth in assessment, plus a utility...

Eight groups get Bordertown HOG support

Organizers are calling it another good year for the Bordertown HOG Toy Run with some $69,000 being distributed to local causes. Overall eight groups received cash injections from the $69,066.32 raised from the group's bike ride and toy drive. Recipients are Kidsport - $16,105.00, Big Brothers Big Sisters - $12,800.00, Lloydminster...
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