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Fire activities begin Oct. 7

Fire activities begin Oct. 7

North Battleford Fire and Emergency Services is hosting Fire Prevention week next week, hoping to send a message to residents to "have two ways out." The activities begin Saturday and run through Oct.
RM seats filled by acclamation

RM seats filled by acclamation

Nominations closed Sept. 19 for elections in rural municipalities across Saskatchewan, and a number of races are already over.

MPs mobile office reaches out to rural constituents

The Maurice Vellacott MP mobile office unit has once again hit the road as Tim Vellacott, public relations assistant, heads out to rural areas of the constituency to listen to the issues at hand with its constituents.
Living Sky to call for representative tuition from federal government

Living Sky to call for representative tuition from federal government

Living Sky School Division board members aren't happy about using their provincial funding to subsidize the cost of educating students for which the federal government is responsible.

Cup riot suspect arrested at Jansen camp

You can't hide from the law; not even in Saskatchewan.That was proved last week when one of the top suspects sought in relation to the 2011 Stanley Cup riots in Vancouver was arrested in Lanigan.
Kramer receives five-year tax exemption

Kramer receives five-year tax exemption

With only one more town council meeting before the Oct. 24 election, there was some minor business to take care of at the Monday Battleford town council meeting. The town received a letter, dated Sept.
Walking with a purpose

Walking with a purpose

"With the support of thousands of Canadians, they're working together to achieve this monumental milestone, one step at a time," was the statement by Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and Telus as part of the Telus Walk to Cure Diabetes fundraisi
Students explore Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve

Students explore Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve

There were 24 graduate students with business, social and environmental backgrounds participating in the ecosystem science and sustainability experiential trip at Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve near Hafford.
North West Terminal continues posting strong results

North West Terminal continues posting strong results

North West Terminal Ltd. continues to post strong results for the first nine months of operation in 2011-12. The board of directors reported Monday that the Unity-based company made a net profit of $4,543,144 million, or 1.
Electoral boundaries changes discussed in North Battleford

Electoral boundaries changes discussed in North Battleford

Battlefords-Lloydminster MP Gerry Ritz was one of the presenters as the federal Electoral Boundaries Commission made their latest stop in North Battleford.