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Feed the crew for Construction Week plus 10-day free trial of BuildWorks Canada

Some local restaurants are giving away gift cards for Construction Week and contractors can get a 10-day free trial of BuildWorks Canada from the Lloydminster Construction Association (LCA). Dorothy Carson, executive director says construction companies can try out their number one service "to find out where the work is." "When there...

Food, clothing, and bottle drive wraps up Saturday in Lloydminster, Vermilion

A food (non-perishable), clothing, and bottle drive is wrapping up in Lloydminster and Vermilion on Saturday, April 20. Drop boxes in Lloydminster for clothing and non-perishable food are at Residents in Recovery (4804 50 Ave.), Emco (5901 47 St. B), Servus Sports Centre, Libby Young Centre (5125 39 St.), Coven...

Final teachers’ contract offer faces May 8-9 vote

Saskatchewan teachers will vote May 8-9 on what is being seen as the final contract offer from the province. After months of battle dating back to the government's offer which was on billboards during the summer, the main points before teachers are listed as: A three-year agreement Salary increases of...

Lloydminster schools get over $155K from teacher innovation fund

Lloydminster schools in both school divisions are getting funding of $155,611 for school projects under the Teacher Innovation and Support program. The list includes: Bishop Lloyd Middle School LPSD - Tech-Enhanced Industrial Arts - Student Wellness/Safety  - $32,500 Bishop Lloyd Middle School- LPSD - Public Kinesthetic Classroom - Student Wellness/Safety...

Search for Serayne continues, police seek dash camera footage from April 10

The search for Serayne Kematch is ongoing and Maidstone RCMP are seeking dash cam video from anyone who was driving in the Alcurve/Onion Lake area on April 10 between noon and 4 p.m. If you have video of any pedestrians, please contact Maidstone RCMP. The 28-year-old was last seen on...

Make time for play: speech-language therapist

A speech-language pathologist with the Lloydminster Public School Division says play is important to develop problem-solving and other life skills. Kristin Coulter says in the past decade they have noticed the decline in the ability of kids to play and how this affects their development. "Children in 6th, 7th or 8th...
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