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Border City to see mounds of snow this weekend

Lloydminster residents will get a glimpse at a winter wonderland this weekend. Blaine Lowry, Meteorologist with Environment Canada, mentioned there will be a strong low pressure system moving up from the Northern plains of the U.S. starting Saturday. By the end of Sunday, Lloydminster could see anywhere from five to 15 centimetres of snow. All three prairie provinces will see …

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LCHS remember vets virtually

Local high school students and staff were able to remember lost troops with a virtual Remembrance Day ceremony. With ceremonies going online this year, Lloydminster Comprehensive High School followed suit in order to follow current health guidelines. Instead of having veterans coming in, a ceremony was live-streamed from the Student Services area to all the classrooms and included a candle …

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Annual TeleMiracle takes a virtual twist

The 45th annual Kinsmen Kinettes TeleMiracle is going to have a slightly different format this year. Kinsmen Foundation Chair Brian Angstadt mentioned the structure of the program will look different. “This year all our Sask talent and all of our national cast will be pre-recorded. Our national cast will still be live on the broadcast of the 20 hour telethon. …

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Border City to see mounds of snow this weekend

Lloydminster residents will get a glimpse at a winter wonderland this weekend. Blaine Lowry, Meteorologist with Environment Canada, mentioned there will be a strong low pressure system moving up from the Northern plains of the U.S. starting Saturday. By the end of Sunday, Lloydminster could see anywhere from five to 15 centimetres of snow. All three prairie provinces will see …

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LCHS remember vets virtually

Local high school students and staff were able to remember lost troops with a virtual Remembrance Day ceremony. With ceremonies going online this year, Lloydminster Comprehensive High School followed suit in order to follow current health guidelines. Instead of having veterans coming in, a ceremony was live-streamed from the Student Services area to all the classrooms and included a candle …

Read More »

Annual TeleMiracle takes a virtual twist

The 45th annual Kinsmen Kinettes TeleMiracle is going to have a slightly different format this year. Kinsmen Foundation Chair Brian Angstadt mentioned the structure of the program will look different. “This year all our Sask talent and all of our national cast will be pre-recorded. Our national cast will still be live on the broadcast of the 20 hour telethon. …

Read More »

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Border City to see mounds of snow this weekend

Lloydminster residents will get a glimpse at a winter wonderland this weekend. Blaine Lowry, Meteorologist with Environment Canada, mentioned there will be a strong low pressure system moving up from the Northern plains of the U.S. starting Saturday. By the end of Sunday, Lloydminster could see anywhere from five to 15 centimetres of snow. All three prairie provinces will see …

Read More »

LCHS remember vets virtually

Local high school students and staff were able to remember lost troops with a virtual Remembrance Day ceremony. With ceremonies going online this year, Lloydminster Comprehensive High School followed suit in order to follow current health guidelines. Instead of having veterans coming in, a ceremony was live-streamed from the Student Services area to all the classrooms and included a candle …

Read More »

Annual TeleMiracle takes a virtual twist

The 45th annual Kinsmen Kinettes TeleMiracle is going to have a slightly different format this year. Kinsmen Foundation Chair Brian Angstadt mentioned the structure of the program will look different. “This year all our Sask talent and all of our national cast will be pre-recorded. Our national cast will still be live on the broadcast of the 20 hour telethon. …

Read More »

Kiwanis Club seeking volunteer help with Festival of Lights

The Lloydminster Kiwanis Club is getting a head start on the holiday season through one of their signature events. The non-profit is setting up the framework for their annual Festival of Lights, and they are looking for volunteers to help them bring their vision to life. Last year’s event was enjoyed by the community and received recognition from the organization’s …

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November, 2020

  • 6 November

    Border City to see mounds of snow this weekend

    Lloydminster residents will get a glimpse at a winter wonderland this weekend. Blaine Lowry, Meteorologist with Environment Canada, mentioned there will be a strong low pressure system moving up from the Northern plains of the U.S. starting Saturday. By the end of Sunday, Lloydminster could see anywhere from five to 15 centimetres of snow. All three prairie provinces will see …

    Read More »
  • 6 November

    LCHS remember vets virtually

    Local high school students and staff were able to remember lost troops with a virtual Remembrance Day ceremony. With ceremonies going online this year, Lloydminster Comprehensive High School followed suit in order to follow current health guidelines. Instead of having veterans coming in, a ceremony was live-streamed from the Student Services area to all the classrooms and included a candle …

    Read More »
  • 6 November

    Annual TeleMiracle takes a virtual twist

    The 45th annual Kinsmen Kinettes TeleMiracle is going to have a slightly different format this year. Kinsmen Foundation Chair Brian Angstadt mentioned the structure of the program will look different. “This year all our Sask talent and all of our national cast will be pre-recorded. Our national cast will still be live on the broadcast of the 20 hour telethon. …

    Read More »
  • 6 November

    Kiwanis Club seeking volunteer help with Festival of Lights

    The Lloydminster Kiwanis Club is getting a head start on the holiday season through one of their signature events. The non-profit is setting up the framework for their annual Festival of Lights, and they are looking for volunteers to help them bring their vision to life. Last year’s event was enjoyed by the community and received recognition from the organization’s …

    Read More »
  • 6 November

    New Reeve at the County of Vermilion River

    Lonnie Wolgien has completed his first two weeks acting as Reeve of the County of Vermilion River. Elected during an annual organizational meeting, Wolgien was joined by Clint Murray as Deputy Reeve. Council committees will be appointed on November 10. County councillors are elected by residents every four years, but the Reeve and Deputy Reeve positions are elected each year …

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  • 5 November

    Bobcats receive four WHL players on loan for remainder of 2020

    The Lloydminster Bobcats are getting four players on loan from the Western Hockey League (WHL) for their regular season. The WHL announced on Oct. 23 that they will temporarily allow players to join teams at the Junior A, Junior B, and Under-18 levels. These levels have already begun playing or will start in the coming weeks but the WHL won’t …

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