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Historic battle comes alive

Historic battle comes alive

More than 200 people came out to watch the re-enactment of the Battle of Cut Knife at Poundmaker First Nation on the battle's 125th anniversary Friday.
Water continues to cause traffic problems

Water continues to cause traffic problems

Be careful when driving on Highway 5 or you might just float away. The water level on Highway 5 has now crept up the sides of the highway. The highway is now being manned by flag people, warning motorists to drive with caution.

City faces questions

Storm water management is key priority; Eaton
Student saves choking friend

Student saves choking friend

The last thing young Brennan Conacher expected to be doing at the farewell party was choking on a potato chip. The Grade 3 student had just picked up some empty paper cups to hold the frogs he and some friends were about to catch.
Waldsea threatened by water; stays close

Waldsea threatened by water; stays close

They worked and worked this spring to get ready to open, but now it is not going to happen. Waldsea Lake Regional Park was set to open on July 1, but rising water levels has forced the park to stay closed.
Historic church celebrates 100th anniversary

Historic church celebrates 100th anniversary

A century ago brave pioneers from Oklahoma left the land they knew and were suffering in to seek out a better life on the Canadian prairies.

PNHR consolidates ambulance services

Prairie North Health Region has announced consolidation of its Cut Knife and Neilburg ambulance services at Cut Knife, and realignment of its Neilburg and Paradise Hill Laboratory and Medical Imaging (MI) services.

ATVs destroying island

Town of Battleford mayor Chris Odishaw is speaking out against ATV use on Finlayson Island. "It's getting to be a little out of control," said Odishaw. "These people have gone out there and destroyed some trails, they're destroying the island.

Nuisance abatement bylaw passes

North Battleford's hotly-debated new property maintenance and nuisance abatement bylaw - one that had been held up for weeks over concerns about its anti-graffiti provisions - was finally signed, sealed and delivered Monday.

Local father seeks liberation

Despite not getting a break from the Town of Battleford, a local family is still going ahead with a planned fundraising event. Mike and Jamie Larose are trying to raise $25,000 for a promising new treatment for Mike, who has multiple sclerosis.