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WaterMark awarded wells engineering contract

WaterMark Consulting Ltd. has been awarded the contract for engineering services for the drilling and development of three new groundwater wells at the groundwater treatment plant in North Battleford.

Application approved for bulk oil retail location

North Battleford city council has approved the application of Siemens Transport Ltd. for a bulk oil retail outlet and office at 2741 - 99th St. The application was approved Feb.

Questions raised about college merger

Questions, questions, questions are floating around about the proposed merger between Carlton Trail Regional College (CTRC) and St. Peter's College (SPC).

Operating costs estimates coming

Estimates about what it will cost to operate the Credit Union CUPlex are expected to be ready, soon. Parks Director Keith Anderson told council Feb. 15 he expects to have an operating budget for the CUPlex ready in about three weeks.

Safer Communities Task Force meets

The task force set up by mayor Ian Hamilton to promote a safer community has met for the first time and more meetings are to come. Hamilton told council that the Safer Communities Task Force has come off a well-attended initial meeting.
Stolen vehicle crashes

Stolen vehicle crashes

Motivational messages shared throughout NWSD

Motivational messages shared throughout NWSD

Two speakers recently toured Northwest School Division schools, bringing inspiring and thought- provoking messages to both elementary and high school students.
Leask loses historic landmark

Leask loses historic landmark

The remnants of a 99 year old landmark located at the corner of Main Street and Railway Avenue in the community of Leask lay charred and smouldering at the end of the day Feb. 9 in what Blaine Lake RCMP are now calling a blaze of suspicious origin.

Health care updates provided at meeting

Three presentations were made at the Hafford/Blaine Lake Community Advisory Network annual meeting Feb. 7 in Hafford. Nurse Practitioner Kim Kenke presented the People Encouraging Action and Community Empowerment (PEACE), a community planning update.

Centennial celebration receives gov't boost

The Village of Marcelin is preparing for its centennial celebrations to take place July 29-31 of this year. A recent announcement by Maurice Vellacott Conservative Member of Parliament for Saskatoon-Wanuskewin confirms funding assistance.
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