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New information uncovered at Original Humboldt dig in 2011

New information uncovered at Original Humboldt dig in 2011

They still have a lot of unanswered questions, but they've come up with some unexpected information in the past year.
Simulator one attraction at trade fair

Simulator one attraction at trade fair

Maidstone's core was busy over the weekend as the annual Chamber of Commerce Trade Fair filled the arena and the Maidstone Quilting Squares held a quilt show at the Legion Hall.

Red Hat parade, convention this weekend

This Saturday afternoon shoppers around Frontier Mall in North Battleford might see a multitude of women wearing red hats. The Red Hat Society will be hosting a parade down the street from the Gold Eagle Lodge down to Frontier Mall.
Big fire on Fyfe Ave.

Big fire on Fyfe Ave.

Fire crews were on the scene Tuesday night responding to a vehicle fire in the Parsons Industrial Park area.

Northwest shortline project derailed

While the provincial government is enthusiastically announcing $700,000 in funding for shortline rail operations in the province, an organization attempting to get established has been permanently derailed.
New seed sorting technology gets support from Ritz

New seed sorting technology gets support from Ritz

Federal agriculture minister Gerry Ritz was among many guests impressed by a revolutionary seed sorting technology now operating in North Battleford. North Battleford is the only place in North America where a BoMill TriQ seed sorter is being used.
Humboldt Broncos SJHL champs once again

Humboldt Broncos SJHL champs once again

The cup might have a new name, but it lifted just the same.The Humboldt Broncos are once again at the top of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League.
PNHR launches new obstetrical improvement program

PNHR launches new obstetrical improvement program

The Prairie North Health Region made two major announcements last week, concerning obstetric care and provincial funding.

Drumming Hill CO incident

There were no injuries reported in a carbon monoxide scare at the Drumming Hill Youth Centre near Saskatchewan Hospital outside North Battleford.

Permit values up in March

Permit values rebounded in March in North Battleford after taking a dip in February. According to the March numbers from City Building Inspector Jerry Wintonyk, released last week, six building permits were issued for $3,788,000.