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Odishaw presents cheque for CUPlex

Odishaw presents cheque for CUPlex

Mayor Chris Odishaw of Battleford made a rare appearance at North Battleford city council to deliver funds for the Credit Union CUPlex. Odishaw and several town councillors presented a cheque for $1.6 million to Mayor Ian Hamilton and the City.

Ag Society asks for 25-year lease

Saying they want an assurance of their future in the city, the Battlefords Agriculural Society went to city council Monday to ask for a 25-year lease for their property.
Reflecting the winter's light

Reflecting the winter's light

Long winter nights are a hallmark of the Saskatchewan experience. The current exhibition in the window salon of the Chapel Gallery explores the feelings and moods of the artists' response to this winter environment.

Council looking to track complaints

City councillors in North Battleford indicated Nov.

Jets and Outlaws win twice in NSRHL

Wilkie moved to the top of the North Saskatchewan River Hockey League standings with two lopsided wins on the weekend. Wilkie now sits at 3-1 after a 12-1 Friday night win against Paradise Hill and a 7-0 victory over Turtleford Saturday.

Driver courtesy deteriorating

Dear Editor We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to a thoughtful person who put a note on the window of our truck to say we had some lug nuts loose on a back wheel. We had just recently had the front wheels rotated to the back at a garage.

Lang concerns about bus depot return to council

Councillor Grace Lang has again voiced concerns about passengers at the Greyhound bus depot in North Battleford being forced to wait for outdoors buses to arrive in the freezing cold weather.
Council returns to Riderville

Council returns to Riderville

North Battleford city council looked like Riderville Monday night - again.
Stress can be a positive motivator

Stress can be a positive motivator

Life is challenging. We can view life's issues as problems or as opportunities for growth. There is no question stress impacts weight loss or gain. We also know stress is virtually unavoidable.

Wheat Board elections underway

The deadline for the Canadian Wheat Board election of directors is upon us, with ballots needing to be postmarked no later than Dec. 3.
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