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The great teepee race

The bragging rights from the competitive spirit is driving some middle schoolers to excel at setting up a teepee in record time. For National Indigenous Peoples Day, kids from ES Laird and some from Bishop Lloyd held a fun face off to see which team could get their teepee erected first,...

Community conversation ongoing for Lloydminster Place

As questions mount over the proposed Lloydminster Place events centre, the mayor is encouraging residents to join the conversation and further the discussion. Gerald Aalbers is noting the views raised especially with regard to funding the multi-million dollar build to replace the ageing Centennial Civic Centre rink and auditorium. "When we...

Ice cream for literacy

It's literally ice cream for literacy as The Scoop is encouraging cool cream aficionados to buy the feature flavour and read the book while visiting Kin-Kinette Park at the Outdoor Pool. The StoryWalk at Kin-Kinette Park will consist of reading the book "Don't Push the Button," and families can follow...

Survey to show municipal dollars at work, City

Community input is being sought as the city prepares for the 2023 budget. Administration says property owners and residents will have the opportunity to share their voice on municipal spending priorities through an interactive, virtual budget engagement process available at YourVoiceLloyd.ca/Budget2023. The survey is open until 11:59 p.m. on August...

Youth in focus at LNFC

Several youth activities will be on the schedule for National Indigenous People's Day being held from noon Tuesday at the Lloydminster Native Friendship Centre downtown. As MyLloydminsterNow has reported the youth aspect comprises arts and crafts as well as street games. Youth coordinator Mackenzie Durocher says they are also planning for...

Arts Without Borders Week returns

Cool Jazz, Streetfest, book readings and fine art displays are just some of the highlights that are on tap as the Arts Without Borders Week festival is back in full gear. Board member Gwen Mottram says they're excited to be back as she shares about the fine arts show that's...
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