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Author publishes fifth novel

Author publishes fifth novel

Weldon Parsons is an accomplished writer and poet who creates work, fiction and non-fiction, to share with the world. He now has five novels and two poetry compact discs on the market, with the sixth book in the works.

Crime Stoppers

Jan. 11 at approximately 2 a.m., a 2000 black Volkswagen Passat station wagon with a cargo box on the roof was stolen from 15th Street in Battleford. It was located later that day on 97th Street in North Battleford. Sometime between Jan.

Less garbage in new rollout bins: report

New numbers provided to city councillors Monday at a Municipal Services Committee meeting are indicating a reduction in the amount of garbage being thrown in the trash in the area where new individual rollout bins are being tested.
2011 Chamber executives appointed

2011 Chamber executives appointed

A new president takes over this week at the Battlefords Chamber of Commerce. New president Scott Campbell was officially handed the gavel by outgoing president Leah Milton at Tuesday night's Chamber annual meeting.

Incident in Humboldt sparks provincial changes

An incident in Humboldt has prompted changes in health care facilities across the province.
Thousands expected to invade Cochin for fishing derby

Thousands expected to invade Cochin for fishing derby

One of the biggest wintertime events in Saskatchewan will soon be taking centre stage as the 15th annual Jackfish Lake Ice Fishing Derby gets underway Feb. 19.
Potash project moves to next stage

Potash project moves to next stage

A mining project in the area has completed another step on its way to production. BHP Billiton submitted the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for its proposed Jansen Potash Project to the provincial Ministry of Environment last month.
Keeping on top of technology

Keeping on top of technology

In Rob Rinas' math class in Lashburn a student inputs data into his TI-Nspire handheld calculator.

Car damaged in hit and run

Sometime during the night of Jan.11, a vehicle collided with a black 2007 Pontiac G5 parked on 3rd Street East in Lashburn.

Yellowhead plant now running

Construction is complete on the Yellowhead Power Station and the new power plant is now up and running. The announcement was made by SaskPower in a news release earlier this month.
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