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Starchief, Moosomin sentencing adjourned again

Two men being sentenced on charges in connection to a treaty land entitlement fraud case on Mosquito First Nation may not know their sentence until December.

Living Sky opens up

The third annual School Community Council Workshop was held last week at North Battleford Comprehensive High School, allowing both parents and students to take a closer look at initiatives and programs within Living Sky School Division.

Bronze for Crusaders at home tournament

It has been a year of learning the game, growing as a team and improving for the John Paul II senior boys' Crusaders volleyball team according to their coach Kristina Binette.

Eiling Kramer plugs in

A motion to approve $22,542.85 worth of electrical upgrades to Eiling Kramer Campground was defeated during a recent regular town council meeting, although the matter has been tabled for further discussion.

Vandalism spree investigated

Between Oct. 30 and Nov. 2, Battlefords RCMP received numerous reports of vehicles being vandalized in the city. This criminal activity usually happens overnight to vehicles parked in residential areas. On Oct.

Maidstone Gully gears up for busy year

Maidstone Gully Multiple 4-H Club has recently kicked off a 2010-11 4-H year. Oct. 4, at Milleton Hall, the first general meeting was held and Nov. 1, also at Milleton Hall, was a second general meeting.

Council notes: Nuguru hired for strategic plan

The hiring of a consultant for a strategic plan review was one of the highlights of a routine Monday night meeting of city council in North Battleford.
NHL is ready to try something new - again

NHL is ready to try something new - again

This week the NHL general managers met for the annual general managers' meetings and, although the biggest topic going in was to clarify some head shot questions, the biggest news coming out might be the change to the all-star weekend rosters.
4-Hers back in the saddle

4-Hers back in the saddle

Hello, everyone. We are the Cloverbuds reporting from Swift Mount Light Horse 4-H Club. We welcome back all previous members to Swift Mount.
Author hosts signing session

Author hosts signing session

Tammy Ramsay is a new author. Her first book is published On the Wings of An Eagle. She hosted a book signing at the Battlefords and District Co-op Mall oct. 30. Her books are available in North Battleford and Saskatoon.
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