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Man accused of sexual assault remanded until prelim

A man accused of two charges of sexual assault and sexual interference involving a minor has elected to be tried in Queen's Bench Court by judge alone. David Smith appeared in provincial court before Judge Dan O'Hanlon on Wednesday.

Crime Stoppers Corner

During the late hours of Aug. 24 and the morning hours of Aug. 25, a garage was broken into on the 1500 block of 99th Street in North Battleford. Perpetrators stole a power saw, an air compressor and various air tools. At approximately noon Aug.

Water Treatment Plant expansion well on its way

Expansion of Water Treatment Plant No. 1 is going well so far, according to City of North Battleford officials.
Cultural retreat builds understanding

Cultural retreat builds understanding

Twenty-two teachers from schools across the Northwest School Division participated in the third annual First Nations Partnership Aboriginal Cultural Retreat at Waterhen Lake in mid-September.

Watch out for animals

The City of North Battleford is urging local residents to be on the lookout for animals both inside and outside city limits.
More changes announced for flood relief

More changes announced for flood relief

More changes are coming to the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program in response to the needs of flood victims in the province.

Night guilty in 98th Street case

Another accused in the North Battleford 98th Street home invasion case has entered a guilty plea. Winston Night, 23, pled guilty to aggravated assault as party to the offence.

Wishful walking

Whether it's a trip to Disneyland, or the chance to meet a favourite athlete or celebrity, or even something simple like a bathtub full of candy, the Children's Wish Foundation of Canada has been making dreams come true since 1985. Oct.

Beware of phone scam

Maidstone RCMP would like to make people aware of the increase in telephone scams or frauds. RCMP are urging people to be cautious when dealing with people over the phone who are asking for money or personal and banking information.
CTV gives village prime time exposure

CTV gives village prime time exposure

CTV Home Town Tour was in Borden Sept. 24, with Rob MacDonald and Chantel Huber and crew arriving at noon to watch and to taste the borscht being made for threshing day.
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