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Two crashes, no injuries

Two crashes, no injuries

Two minor vehicle accidents in North Battleford have resulted in property damage, but no injuries North Battleford Fire and Emergency Services attended a minor crash Monday at about 8:20 a.m. at the intersection of 100th Street and 19th Avenue.
Chief, councillors plead guilty to Poundmaker TLE theft

Chief, councillors plead guilty to Poundmaker TLE theft

The chief of Poundmaker First Nation, as well as seven others in the Poundmaker First Nation treaty land entitlement fraud case, have entered guilty pleas in provincial court.
Humboldt to be bombarded by 1,100 dancers

Humboldt to be bombarded by 1,100 dancers

Humboldt will be all a-glitter when over 1,100 dancers invade the city in late April. A total of 1,115 dancers are set to take part in the annual On Stage Dance Festival from April 18-22 at the Humboldt Uniplex.
Gardening workshop planned as Communities in Bloom event

Gardening workshop planned as Communities in Bloom event

Communities in Bloom organizers in North Battleford plan on hosting an event in May to spur people on in their gardening efforts.
Nokomis defends school viability

Nokomis defends school viability

Eighty-eight per cent of the population of Nokomis came out to fight to keep their school on March 27.
Biosphere forms formal partnership with U of S

Biosphere forms formal partnership with U of S

The Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve has announced it will be working with the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan to "expand the scope of research and education projects relating to the environment and sustainab
Boys and Girls Club preparing move

Boys and Girls Club preparing move

The Battlefords Boys and Girls Club is seeking assistance from the City with respect to their move to a new facility later this year.

Trade fair a chance to tune up for spring

Spring is here and it means trade fair weekend in Maidstone. The Maidstone Chamber of Commerce's 28th Annual Trade Fair will run April 14 and 15 at the arena. Saturday the show will be open from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. The hours for Sunday are 11 a.m.

One doctor arriving, one doctor leaving

The board of North Saskatchewan River Health Holdings was told at a regular meeting March 26 that one of three physicians working through the assessment and immigration processes may arrive to serve the Northwest clinics by the end of May.
Pink Day at LeRoy promotes love, acceptance

Pink Day at LeRoy promotes love, acceptance

It was like stepping into a bottle of Pepto Bismal.LeRoy School was absolutely dripping in pink on April 4, when about 440 students from eight schools took part in a massive Anti-Bullying Pink Day at the school.