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ATVs wrecking protected land

ATVs wrecking protected land

ATVs are popular in rural Saskatchewan, providing easy access to remote areas. But, some people are abusing that mode of transportation.
Highway 5 repairs continue

Highway 5 repairs continue

Highway workers are working hard to get Hwy 5 ready for traffic.
Information sought in 2007 murder

Information sought in 2007 murder

RCMP Major Crime North is once again asking for information relating to a three-year-old unsolved murder case. Jeanette Chief, 48, of the Onion Lake First Nation whowas last seen in Lloydminster June 2, 2007.

Building permits boom for first half of 2010

Building permits in North Battleford are up for the month of June and, for that matter, the first six months of the year.
Bed shortage separates elderly couple

Bed shortage separates elderly couple

Annie and Edmund Baier have known each other since they were children in war-torn Germany. As teens, they escaped from East Germany together, climbing over the Berlin Wall in the dead of night.

Man faces 18 charges

A Battleford man accused of sexual assault against minors will return to court next week. David Smith appeared by video link from Saskatoon in provincial court in North Battleford July 19.

North Battleford hit by the summer of storms

The Battlefords has joined the long list of Saskatchewan communities to fall victim to this year's summer of storms.

Seniors lodge complaint

When people think of River Heights Lodge, they often think of it as a senior's lodge. Lorraine Wright, a special care aide at the facility, has worked there for the past 17 years and has noticed in recent years the admittance of younger patients.

State of Emergency declared in North Battleford

Hour-long deluge of rain and hail floods basements, roadways

Watch out for West Nile

It's approaching the end of July, and that means health officials are on the lookout for West Nile Virus.