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Duperron dangerous offender hearing set

Dates have been set for a hearing that will determine whether Michael Jon Duperron will receive dangerous offender status. A hearing on the Crown's dangerous offender application has been set for May 2 to 4, 2011 in North Battleford Provincial Court.

Young offender guilty in skatepark stabbing

A 17-year-old accused of stabbing another youth in an incident at the skatepark during the evening of Sept. 3 has pleaded guilty to aggravated assault. The plea was entered in provincial court in North Battleford Thursday morning.
The transformation begins

The transformation begins

Even as the winter winds are headed our way, an idea is blooming in North Battleford: an idea aiming to transform the city. The North Battleford Communities in Bloom committee held their first meeting Sept. 15 at the Chapel Gallery.
Dumpster fires suspect arrested

Dumpster fires suspect arrested

An individual suspected of a wave of dumpster fire arson in North Battleford is now in police custody after being caught in the act by video surveillance cameras setting another fire Sept. 15.
Local teams win PotashCorp Fire Fighter's Rodeo

Local teams win PotashCorp Fire Fighter's Rodeo

Hundreds of people turned out to watch the PotashCorp's 29th Annual Fire Fighters' Rodeo on September 11 at the Lanigan Recreation Complex.

Dialogue continues on BTC's CUPlex commitment: Toye

An inquiry as to whether Battlefords Tribal Council had provided confirmation of last fall's financial commitment for the Credit Union CUPlex was one of several items to dominate Monday night's city council meeting in North Battleford.
Human foot mystery endures

Human foot mystery endures

In 1993, a human foot and running shoe were located along the North Saskatchewan River near Prince Albert, approximately one kilometre west of the river forks. The foot was examined by the University of Saskatchewan Department of Archaeology.

Subjectivity colours historic facts

Though some basic facts can be agreed upon, how a person views the events of the North West Resistance is subjective. To start with, there has been a movement to re-label the events a "resistance" rather than a "rebellion.

New marketing co-ordinator at Chamber

The Battlefords Chamber of Commerce has taken on a new marketing co-ordinator. Lora Sander has taken over that position with the Chamber. Sander is a Luseland resident and a mother of three daughters. In a Sept.

City urging people to slow down, obey signs

With the large amount of road work happening in North Battleford, the City is urging people to slow down, stay alert and obey barricades and signs.
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