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School digs deep for Telemiracle

Cut Knife High School raised $1,267 for Telemiracle this year, and Ian Switzer, a teacher at the high school, his daughter Cassandra, and Courtney Waldner went to Saskatoon to present the cheque on stage at Telemiracle.
Chamber hosts tribute to community

Chamber hosts tribute to community

March 7, the Unity Chamber of Commerce hosted a "Celebrate Unity" evening with dinner and a comedian. All committees who put on an event in 2010 were invited, as well as those who established new businesses in 2010.
Art auction set for March 18

Art auction set for March 18

The Chapel Gallery is the location for the 22nd Annual North Battleford Bonaventure Lions Art Auction and Dinner.

Medstead 4-H Club update

Medstead Multiple 4-H Club held general meetings on Nov. 3, Dec. 1, Jan. 12, Feb. 2 and March 2. A Cloverbud meeting was held Nov. 3. The foods group had their first meeting Nov. 11 and a second meeting was held in December.
Do it for the cookies

Do it for the cookies

The first time, I simply followed the signs saying "free cookies." There were cookies alright, but the Canadian Blood Services should really look up free in the dictionary. Free does not mean "in exchange for your blood.

Centennial cookbook at the printers

Due to the stormy weather March 2, the Waseca 100th Anniversary Committee met Thursday evening, March 3 at the community centre. Upcoming fundraisers, the bingos, walkathon and Mother's Day tea were discussed.

Residents celebrate 65th anniversary

Well, February may be the shortest month but it seemed to me to be the coldest. I guess it was those windy days. Anyway, it's often said, if you live in Saskatchewan our topic of conversation tends to be around the weather, good or bad.

How many loaves have you?

The first Friday in March is special around the world. The annual World Day of Prayer reaches across the lines of denominations and into more than 170 countries. This year the program was prepared by the women of Chile.

When North Battleford was powered by steam

Approximately 100 yards west of the North Battleford railway overpass and a few yards south of the railway tracks, on a rise overlooking the old Gregory Park stone walls and Territorial Drive West, shards and pieces of a century-old cement floor and

Snowbirds begin flocking home

Sunday was a beautiful, sunny day. There was no wind and the temperature rose to -12 C. It looked more as though spring might just be around the corner. Our best wishes to Jason Silvester, who has recently been spending some time in the hospital.
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