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Too much water

Too much water

Scouts camp threatened by rising water
Group home earns Donner nomination

Group home earns Donner nomination

The Maidstone Group Home Society is once again gaining national attention as a nominee for a prestigious Donner Award.

Youth sentenced in skatepark stabbing

A 17-year old youth was sentenced to 18 months - 12 in closed custody - after entering a guilty plea in connection to a Sept. 3 skatepark stabbing that sent another youth to hospital.

Crime report: RCMP had hands full in September

The Battlefords city detachment of the RCMP had to deal with spikes in property and person offences in September, though break and enters were down for the month.

Another dumpster fire on 106th

North Battleford Fire and Emergency Services were once again busy responding to a dumpster fire Friday evening. The fire broke out in a dumpster in the 1500 block of 106th Street around 5 p.m.
Humboldt, Muenster students taught lessons in farm safety

Humboldt, Muenster students taught lessons in farm safety

"Safety first" was the lesson taught to children at a Farm Safety Day at Muenster School October 6.

Tree maintenance tender awarded

The City of North Battleford has awarded a tender for the supply of tree maintenance services. The tender was awarded to B & B Tree Service of Saskatoon in the amount of $23,097.90. Tenders closed Oct.

Watson pleased with SHR's decision to keep lab services

The decision to cut health services in Watson has been overturned for now.

Impact blitz targets high risk drivers

RCMP Traffic Services and Saskatchewan RCMP Detachments target high risk drivers on Highways through Operation Impact.

Permit values steady but homes way up

There was a spike in new dwelling permits in North Battleford in September, as overall building permits continue to be issued at a steady pace in the city this year.