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Accounting firm pledges $80,000

The North Battleford accounting firm Swanson Gryba and Company has continued the momentum with the Credit Union CUPlex fundraising.

Biggar on Broadway with a Battlefords touch

Adrien Zimmerman and Katrina Mackinnon are two of the four people from North Battleford who are involved in the "Biggar on Broadway" musical theatre presented by Poitras Music Studio.

Outdoor watering ban

The F.E. Holliday plant is not fully operating due to high organics and turpidity currently in the North Saskatchewan River. As a result, the city of North Battleford has issued a ban on all outdoor watering until further notice.

Residents need to take proper precautions due to air conditions

It isn't just a bad smell and bad sight, but the smoky haze could be a health risk as well.

98th Street suspect remanded after bail hearing

Another one of the suspects accused in the 98th Street home invasion case has failed in his attempt to be released on bail.
LA man rides in from Alaska on spiritual quest

LA man rides in from Alaska on spiritual quest

A spiritual journey that began in Fairbanks, Alaska and will wrap up in the Florida Keys came through the Battlefords this week.
Walls to fall at Uniplex next month

Walls to fall at Uniplex next month

Temporary construction walls are going up, and soon, some large concrete walls will be coming down.The lobbies of the Elgar Petersen Arena, aquatic centre and curling rink at the Humboldt Uniplex are going to look quite different this winter.

Poundmaker in court

The third individual arrested in connection to a targeted ATM break-and-enter in Leoville was in court Wednesday. Gabriel Poundmaker, 19, of North Battleford was in provincial court Wednesday in North Battleford before Judge Violet Meekma.

Fugitive captured

A fugitive wanted on a Canada-wide warrant in connection to a November 2008 shooting incident on 110th Street in North Battleford was captured this week in Calgary.

Two Mosquito First Nation officials plead guilty

Two Mosquito First Nation officials have pleaded guilty to breach of trust charges in a wide-ranging treaty land entitlement fraud case. Eldon Starchief and Alphonse Moosomin entered those guilty pleas in North Battleford provincial court Tuesday.