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Larry Doke takes Sask. Party nod in Cut Knife-Turtleford

Larry Doke takes Sask. Party nod in Cut Knife-Turtleford

Saskatchewan Party members couldn't stop going up to Larry Doke to give him a congratulatory handshake following his victory in the nomination race in Cut Knife-Turtleford Friday night.
ABEX wins

ABEX wins

Two Humboldt businesses claim provincial business awards
Grand opening a celebration of co-operation

Grand opening a celebration of co-operation

The West Yellowhead Waste Resource Authority or WYWRA welcomed dignitaries, directors and guests to a customer appreciation and official grand opening celebration at their new building last Friday.

Test drive trouble

Out here in the rolling prairies, where the skies are vast and the trucks are big, off-roading could be considered the unofficial national sport. Friday night, three men discovered why it's prudent to be selective of where trucks are put to the test.

Poundmaker sentenced for role in ATM thefts

A North Battleford, man who was one of several people accused in connection to a string of ATM thefts in the Northwest, has been sentenced to jail.

Jay's named business of year

Jay's Moving & Storage Ltd., serving over 400 locations in Saskatchewan including the Battlefords, was named Saskatchewan's Business of the Year at the 27th Annual Achievement in Business Excellence (ABEX) Awards Dinner.
Animal feed goes hi-tech

Animal feed goes hi-tech

Estimated to be valued at $1.6 billion annually, the livestock feed industry in Saskatchewan is an important part of the province's economy. The University of Saskatchewan is hoping to have a positive impact on the feed industry with its new $13.

More vandalism hits North Battleford

Dateline: Story: Battlefords RCMP had to respond to a call about more vandalism in the city on the weekend. Oct. 31, RCMP responded to several calls regarded vandalized vehicles in the city.

Bater says gov't should back off on PotashCorp deal

You won't be seeing Saskatchewan Liberal Leader Ryan Bater singing "Kumbaya" with Premier Brad Wall and opposition leader Dwain Lingenfelter anytime soon on BHP Billiton's takeover attempt of PotashCorp.

Vandals wield baseball bat

Battlefords RCMP say three youth have been arrested in connection to another vandalism spree in North Battleford. According to police, a total of 20 vehicles were reported damaged from the vandalism spree, which happened on the evening of Oct. 28.