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Bishop Lloyd wins third Alberta watershed project

For a third year, a Bishop Lloyd Middle School student earned the top prize at the Alberta Caring For Our Watershed Competition among 598 student projects. Sadey Bruce-Kopperud's project in which she uses a beaver puppet named Amisk to share the message of conserving and protecting watersheds has earned her...

Safety first around the May long backyard summer fire

With the unofficial start to summer this weekend, fire crews are urging caution as people break out the barbecue pit and roast marshmallows in a backyard fire pit. Also, there is the need to plan an escape route and muster point in the event of a fire, even at...

Alberta RCMP remind drivers to drive safe this holiday long weekend

As part of Canada Road Safety Week, Alberta RCMP and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police are promoting safe driving behaviours.  The annual campaign aims to reduce roadway collisions, injuries, and deaths by stressing public compliance with safe driving measures, especially during the Victoria Day long weekend.  The RCMP are...

Border Paws being investigated by Alberta SPCA for possible animal abuse

The Border Paws Animal Shelter is under investigation by the Alberta SPCA for possible animal abuse. There is also concern for staff who may have been terminated for calling attention to the perceived situation at the animal shelter. The owner of Groomer Has It in Lloydminster is expressing concern for the...

New airline wanted to serve Lloydminster airport

With WestJet’s departure in April, residents of Lloydminster are weighing in as the city makes its case to get a new airline to connect the Border City to the world.  One of the issues being raised is an upgrade to the Lloydminster Airport to meet the needs of a possible...

City of Lloydminster funds $180K for Olive Tree Homebase Housing Program

The City of Lloydminster will fund The Olive Tree Community Centre for $180,000 over three years for the Homebase housing strategy. Mayor Gerald Aalbers sees the importance of supporting the work of the non-profit as it seeks to get people into a stable housing situation. "The Homebase work is incredible, and...
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