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RCMP conduct river search

RCMP conduct river search

A pilot project aimed at clearing several missing persons cases under investigation by the RCMP Major Crime North - Saskatoon Historical Case Unit (HCU) was launched this summer.
Leask celebrates centennial with style

Leask celebrates centennial with style

The community of Leask shone the weekend of June 29 to July 1 as it hosted its centennial celebrations with over 1,100 guests registered and another estimated 400 non-registered in attendance for the weekend.

Water main break

There was an overnight water main break near the F.E. Holiday Water Treatment Plant. This has caused a stir up in the lines and there have been some reports of discoloured water in parts of North Battleford this morning.
Truck demolished in crash

Truck demolished in crash

A half-ton truck was totaled Tuesday after colliding with a semi hauling two hopper cars at about 1:45 p.m. on Highway 40 approximately 11 kilometres east of North Battleford.

City looking to pave more streets this year

It's paving season. The City of Humboldt is looking to add a few more paving projects to this year's budget after hearing a report from Joe Doxey, the Director of Planning and Engineering.

Host family sought

Interested in hosting a foreign high school student? Global Partners Institute is looking for a host family for a 16- year-old student coming from Japan at the end of August. Haruki Tsuji turned 16 in March, plays piano, guitar and volleyball.

Okimaw Ohci - healing the Nekaneet way

Okimaw ohci, the Cree words for "thunder breeding hills," is the name given to the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge on Nekaneet First Nation territory in southwest Saskatchewan.

Sandy Lake vandals caught

Residents at Sandy Lake want people to know that police have now have the upper hand on a crime spree that hit the resort and campground over the past couple of months.
More than 700 tickets issued

More than 700 tickets issued

Operation Hang Up, Buckle Up, Gear Up, the second safety blitz to target the issues of non-seatbelt use and cell phone use while driving, took place June 20 and 21. Motorcycle safety was also highlighted.

RCMP search on after possible drowning near Cut Knife

Cut Knife RCMP are investigating the possible drowning of a 60-year-old man at a regional park in the area. They report received a call around 1:55 p.m. July 10 that an unknown male had drowned in a lake at Atton's Regional Park.