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History lives in N.B.

Dear Editor My article on the old Gregory and Coronation Parks (Pages from North Battleford's History, News-Optimist June 9) has prompted many calls, e-mails andface-to face-discussionson thearticle itself, and on North Battleford's early history.
Battleford North Stars' blueliner commits to Div. III school

Battleford North Stars' blueliner commits to Div. III school

The Battlefords North Stars are sending another player south. It is more like returning another player to the United States since Grant Fahnhorst played the majority of his hockey in rinks in the United States after being raised in Lakeville, Minn.

Paper planes deployed on next overseas engagement

It appears Canada will soon be making one of the biggest dollar value purchases for its military in history - a $16 billion purchase of 65 F-35 Lightning II fighter jets. Wow, that's a lot of money.
Former North Star get his coaching start with SJHL rival

Former North Star get his coaching start with SJHL rival

Battlefords North Stars' fans, and anyone who follows the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League for that matter, will recognize the name Mike George.
Garage razed in blaze

Garage razed in blaze

A garage suffered major damage from a heavy fire that broke out Friday afternoon. The call came in to North Battleford Fire and Emergency Services at around 5 p.m. June 4.

B'ford commits $1.6M to city capital fund

North Battleford mayor Ian Hamilton said Tuesday he was pleased with the Town of Battleford's commitment to pledge $1.6 million to the City of North Battleford for regional recreation capital projects.

Boots & Bouquets

A boot to those who decided the North Battleford Library will remain closed on Sundays until September.

Local drivers win local show and shine awards

Before the rain hit Saturday, it was beautiful day to be outside and a beautiful day to check out some beautiful cars.

Victimization of victims poor graffiti solution

There has to be a better way. North Battleford's new nuisance bylaw has a section in it dealing with graffiti. The basic premise is property owners will be penalized for not removing graffiti in a timely manner.

The Battlefords' power play

The construction of two power plants in the Battlefords over the next three years will have a profound economic impact in the region.
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