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Letter: Flag etiquette a lost art

Letter: Flag etiquette a lost art

The symbolism of flags has been lost.
Lawyers battle feds' attempt to toss out travel ban lawsuit

Lawyers battle feds' attempt to toss out travel ban lawsuit

Federal government only 'suspended' and not cancelled covid vaccine mandates for domestic and outbound international travellers so court action must continue, say constitutional lawyers
Northwest Territorial Days begins Aug. 17

Northwest Territorial Days begins Aug. 17

T-minus one week before the biggest fair in the Battlefords returns for the three day event.
Pelican Lake man accused of murder seeks bail

Pelican Lake man accused of murder seeks bail

A Pelican Lake man is charged with second-degree murder in the death of a B.C. man last fall
Man at N. B. Tim's with machete, sawed-off rifle gets jail time

Man at N. B. Tim's with machete, sawed-off rifle gets jail time

Justin Decoux went into a Tim Hortons in North Battleford with a backpack containing a sawed-off rifle, a machete, and more than a dozen .22 calibre bullets
Baljennie News: Former resident visits old haunts

Baljennie News: Former resident visits old haunts

Robert Maxwell helps family members relive his early days on the farm.
Maidstone and District News: Open fellowship attracts appreciative crowd

Maidstone and District News: Open fellowship attracts appreciative crowd

Number of tours at Maidstone Museum have more than doubled this summer.
Letter: Response to Crime Town No. 1 in Canada for the 7,689,974th time

Letter: Response to Crime Town No. 1 in Canada for the 7,689,974th time

Support for disenfranchised shockingly scanty.
Man arrested on Saulteaux FN following public tips sentenced

Man arrested on Saulteaux FN following public tips sentenced

Public tips from Saulteaux First Nation led to the arrests of Grant Swiftwolfe and Andy Swiftwolfe
Elevator annex lumber repurposed to build Bresaylor Hall

Elevator annex lumber repurposed to build Bresaylor Hall

Bresyalor Happenings: Hall was host to dances, suppers, meetings, card parties and other activities until 1969, when use began to wane.