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Yearbook project goes high tech

John Paul II Collegiate students now have the ability to create unique yearbook pages online that will appear in only the student's copy of the yearbook.
Debate teams talk it up

Debate teams talk it up

The North Battleford Comprehensive High School Debate team went to their first debate of the year at the University of Saskatchewan Oct. 1. For this tournament the debate team consisted of two teams and coach Lynne Thompson.
Fundraising campaign targets readers

Fundraising campaign targets readers

Maidstone High School officially kicked off for our school's yearly QSP magazine sale campaign Oct. 5. Magazine sale run until Oct. 21. If you are interested in ordering a magazine subscription please call the school or order online at www.qsp.ca.
Tiny rural church has moving history

Tiny rural church has moving history

More than 50 worshippers from the surrounding area filled Sandwith Community Hall for a special service to recognize the 100th year of the tiny Sandwith St. Philip's Church Sept. 26. Popular Rev.
Installation explores societal tension

Installation explores societal tension

The Chapel Gallery is currently hosting an installation by Saskatchewan artist Crystal Howie. "Titles Tell Tales" explores the tensions between our uncontrolled natures and the systems that attempt to manage us.
Marchers carry a message

Marchers carry a message

If you were on 100th Street at about 10 a.m. Sept. 25, you would have seen the Battlefords Right-To-Life walk in progress.
The heart of the choir

The heart of the choir

Mother-daughter music team retires from choir
Pride cometh before the harvest

Pride cometh before the harvest

When I was a kid living in Manitoba, my mom had a garden in the backyard. I loved running through the stalks of corn, pretending I was Mary from The Secret Garden. Occasionally I would force the boy next door to be the sickly bedridden boy.
Preserving a holy history

Preserving a holy history

After celebrating their 105th anniversary this August, the Notre Dame Parish is donating a DVD and booklet, outlining the congregation's extensive history in North Battleford, to the City of North Battleford Historic Archives.
The man who saved Fort Battleford

The man who saved Fort Battleford

Joseph Anderson, a turn of the century clergyman, once said "There is nothing that solidifies and strengthens a nation like the reading of the nation's own history, whether that history is recorded in books, or embodied in customs, institutions and m