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Julyna vs. Movember: raising awareness below the belt

A group of women from Toronto and their friends have teamed up with the Canadian Cancer Society to create a community initiative that will raise money for cervical cancer awareness.
Rare lifetime collection goes to auction

Rare lifetime collection goes to auction

"A sale like this only shows up once a year," said Kim Kramer of Kramer Auctions. The rare lifetime collection of Paul Bec is going to auction next week, and "Everything must go that day," said Bec.

Special meeting approves Northland Power wastewater agreements

City council in North Battleford has given its approval to agreements between Northland Power and the City to provide wastewater to the new power generation plant.

Aquatic Centre promotes water safety

The draw of water can be irresistible in the hot dog days of a prairie summer, and the staff at North Battleford Kinsmen Aquatic Centre want that cooling dip to be a safe one for everyone this summer.
Rotarians honoured for contributions

Rotarians honoured for contributions

Two Paul Harris Awards were presented at the North Battleford Rotary Club's president's windup June 28.
Sod turned on Highway 4 twinning project

Sod turned on Highway 4 twinning project

The sod has officially been turned for the $9.7 million Highway 4 twinning project in the town of Battleford.

Motor home burns

North Battleford fire and Emergency Service responded to a motor home fire Sunday. The motor home was on Highway 16 about 14 kilometres east of North Battleford. When the emergency vehicles arrived just after 6 p.m.

Soup Kitchen opens in response to community need

A soup kitchen is opening in Humboldt. Starting last week, every Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
40th annual Hogfest exceeds all expectations

40th annual Hogfest exceeds all expectations

Organizers are happier than a pig basking in a mudhole after Englefeld's 40th annual Hogfest turned out to be one of the most successful in recent years.

Playground fire investigated

May 22, at approximately 10:15 p.m., the Battlefords RCMP were notified of a fire on 110th Street in North Battleford. The fire damaged playground equipment and is believed to have been intentionally started.
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