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Sweet outing dispels bee myths

Sweet outing dispels bee myths

Don't believe everything you learn in animated films about bees is one of the messages students in Grade 2 from Ratushniak Elementary School in Maidstone took home from their field trip to Pedersen Apiaries near Cut Knife last week.
Franco-Fun at École Père Mercure

Franco-Fun at École Père Mercure

Students inducted into Hall of Fame

Students inducted into Hall of Fame

Living Sky's best and brightest were applauded at the 2010 Student Hall of Fame Celebration June 10. Awards were presented to students in Grade 9 to 12 who excelled in areas such as academics, art and culture, athletics and leadership.
Iskwewak Miwayawak

Iskwewak Miwayawak

"Women feeling healthy"

Crime Stoppers Corner

Sometime in early April 2010, a large quantity of stone was stolen from a historic fieldstone wall. The site is known as Coronation Park, and is located off of Territorial Drive west. The stones must be returned to the site.

University of Regina convocation celebrates students from across Saskatchewan

A number of students from the Humboldt region celebrated their graduation from the University of Regina at the institutions 36th annual spring convocation June 9, 10 and 11 at the Conexus Arts Centre.
Bernadette Gopher seeks NDP nod in Cut Knife-Turtleford

Bernadette Gopher seeks NDP nod in Cut Knife-Turtleford

A Saulteaux First Nation businesswoman wants to be the NDP standard-bearer in Cut Knife-Turtleford in the 2011 provincial election.
Animal shelter goes to the dogs for Ellen

Animal shelter goes to the dogs for Ellen

Pet lovers from the Battlefords sent a message of hello - or more accurately, "halo" - to Ellen DeGeneres over the weekend.

New S/Sgt. Wilson meets councillors

The new Detachment Commander with the Battlefords RCMP met North Battleford's city councillors Monday night. S/Sgt. Phil Wilson began his duties with the Battlefords RCMP just one week before.
Vandalism and graffiti: Council calls for curfew enforcement

Vandalism and graffiti: Council calls for curfew enforcement

A recent wave of youth crime in the city has councillors again concerned about vandalism and graffiti.
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