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Moose dies following collision with car south of Battleford

One person was injured following a collision that apparently involved a car and a moose south of Battleford. The incident happened shortly after 7:30 p.m. Sunday, about two miles south of Battleford on Highway 4.
Community wellness meeting looks to solve problems

Community wellness meeting looks to solve problems

Crime, vandalism, slum landlords and other problems were high on the agenda of local residents Friday at a community meeting held on North Battleford's east side.

Animals on the loose

Local officials are concerned about the number of animals on the loose in North Battleford following word of yet another animal attack. The latest incident happened Sept. 29 in the evening, on the 1300 block of 107th Street.

No injuries in crashes

Emergency crews were busy with a number of collisions over the past few days. Saturday, WPD Ambulance responded to a single vehicle rollover 6.5 kilometres north of Edam on Highway 4.
Hoping for freedom: raffle supports treatment costs

Hoping for freedom: raffle supports treatment costs

Even though the health care system in this country isn't ready to embrace liberation therapy, there are those throughout the region suffering from MS who are taking the risks, travelling abroad and paying for the treatment themselves.
Festival proceeds provide comfort at lodge

Festival proceeds provide comfort at lodge

It isn't Christmas yet, but Maidstone's Red Hat Society is already thinking about the season.
Carbon offset program launched

Carbon offset program launched

A new voluntary carbon offset program has been announced for individuals and organizations.
Life is what happens next: Brooks

Life is what happens next: Brooks

Maidstone High School has a population of about 200 students and over a quarter of them proudly wear the orange and blue.
First reading to bylaw on CUPlex site among council highlights

First reading to bylaw on CUPlex site among council highlights

North Battleford city council gave first reading Monday to a bylaw that would rezone land for expansion and zoning on the Credit Union CUPlex site. The bylaw would rezone the land from A1 Agriculture to C3 Commercial.
School gets long-awaited makeover

School gets long-awaited makeover

Classes started Sept. 13, but if you take a walk down the hallways of Hafford Central School, it's not students you'll see, but construction workers, plumbers and electricians.
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