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Students raise money for cancer research

A successful Terry Fox Fun was held Sept. 30 at Maymont Central School. Over $1,200 was raised for cancer research. Maymont Central celebrated Education Week Oct. 18 - 22.
Energy boost for festival of trees

Energy boost for festival of trees

SaskEnergy continues to support Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation Festival of Trees Carnival & Bazaar Day.
Landscapes of international renown

Landscapes of international renown

A new exhibition of landscape paintings by Saskatchewan artist Dorothy Knowles will be shown at the Chapel Gallery starting Nov. 1. This exhibition is not to be missed.
Standing the test of time

Standing the test of time

There is a passage in the Bible comparing two men; one who built his house on solid rock and the other who built his house on sand, with predictable results: "the rain descended and the floods came and the winds blew, and beat upon that house and it
Paving firm sponsors ladies' night

Paving firm sponsors ladies' night

G & C Asphalt is the silver sponsor for the Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation Festival of Trees Ladies' Night.
Exploring the possibilities

Exploring the possibilities

Libraries in small communities connect patrons to the world. This past week was Saskatchewan Library Week and the theme was Libraries = Possibilities.
Coffee, tarot and art

Coffee, tarot and art

It being October, the Tarot Read & a Coffee sign in a window on the 1300 block of 108th Street might be mistaken for Halloween decorations.

Festival gala will be under the lights

BUH Foundation's Festival of Trees is in its 15th year and again promises to be an entertaining, exciting three days from Thursday, Nov. 25 to Saturday, Nov. 27.
Enjoy a night out with girlfriends

Enjoy a night out with girlfriends

Battlefords Union Hospital (BUH) Foundation's Festival of Trees is fast approaching, with festivities from Thursday, Nov. 25, to Saturday, Nov. 27 at Gold Ridge Centre.
Dynamic fiddlers to perform

Dynamic fiddlers to perform

When two of Canada's brightest stars wed in late 2002, audiences waited with bated breath for the concert of a lifetime.
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