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P. A. police ask help locating missing brothers

P. A. police ask help locating missing brothers

Dylan Keen and Riley Keen, both 14, have connections to the Melfort and Tisdale areas. 
Storytelling month a chance to share Indigenous culture to students

Storytelling month a chance to share Indigenous culture to students

Sharon Meyer, First Nations and Métis Education Consultant with the North East School Division, shares stories from Indigenous peoples to the students of the North East School Division.
Bjorkdale News: Student curlers having active season

Bjorkdale News: Student curlers having active season

The U9 Bjorkdale Bruins hockey team played against Tisdale, student curlers are preparing to compete in Nipawin and Archery is starting up at the Bjorkdale School.
Arborfield mayor, community fighting to keep school open

Arborfield mayor, community fighting to keep school open

Arborfield Mayor Chet Edwards said he believes that enrolment numbers for the school in the next year are higher than what the North East School Division is projecting.
SJHL Round-Up: Battlefords North Stars return to winning ways

SJHL Round-Up: Battlefords North Stars return to winning ways

After a stretch in January that saw the Battlefords North Stars suffer its first regulation loss this season and lose three out of four, the squad has won five straight.
Nipawin Chamber sets date for Annual President’s Gala

Nipawin Chamber sets date for Annual President’s Gala

The Nipawin and District Chamber of Commerce's Annual President’s Gala recognizes those outstanding businesses and individuals who go above and beyond in the community.
Five things to know about the Feb. 2 CRISP report

Five things to know about the Feb. 2 CRISP report

Flu cases and COVID-19 still on the way down in the province.
Update: Most extreme cold warnings ended

Update: Most extreme cold warnings ended

Weekend temperatures will move much closer to 0 for most areas.
Strong showing for SJHL at SJHL-MJHL Showcase

Strong showing for SJHL at SJHL-MJHL Showcase

The SJHL teams went 4-2 at the Showcase, which was held in Winnipeg for the first time.
Land acknowledgements about recognizing past, looking to future

Land acknowledgements about recognizing past, looking to future

Land acknowledgements aim to acknowledge the peoples who lived on the land the event took place, celebrate the treaties that aimed to provide a framework on how settlers and Indigenous people could live together in perpetuity, and provide a stepping stone for reconciliation.
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