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Mediator appointed in teachers' contract dispute

The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) decision to "work to rule" by withdrawing all teachers' voluntary services has been rescinded following the appointment of a mediator to try to resolve the ongoing labour dispute between teachers and the pr
Blooming good time at Honeywood

Blooming good time at Honeywood

Honeywood (D A.J. Porter) Heritage Nursery Inc. near Parkside hosted its annual Apple Blossom event May 29.
Saskatchewanderer hits Battlefords

Saskatchewanderer hits Battlefords

The university student who won himself the "best summer job in Saskatchewan" wandered into the Battlefords Tuesday.

Stolen truck torched

A truck stolen from a Greenstreet resident May 15 was recovered in Onion Lake two days later. The 2009 black Dodge Ram had been extensively damaged by fire.
DuPont helps raise the roof

DuPont helps raise the roof

DuPont is helping to raise money for the Credit Union CUPlex. From December 2010 to July 2011 producers will purchase DuPont herbicides at 11 local farm retailers: 80 - 85 per cent of these purchases will be made May to June.

Attempted abduction investigated

Unity RCMP are investigating a report of an attempted abduction that was reported in Macklin on the evening of May 28. RCMP say z nine-year-old girl out walking her dog reported she was grabbed by an unknown adult man wearing a mask.

PNHR hammers out $243M budget

Prairie North Regional Health Authority board members have approved a 2011-12 operating and capital budgets of over $243 million.

Vehicle vandalized

A vehicle was vandalized after an outbuilding at Alcurve Junction (Highways 3 and 17) was broken into sometime between May 27 and 29, according to Lloydminster Rural RCMP.
Federal gains put Lingenfelter in a buoyant mood

Federal gains put Lingenfelter in a buoyant mood

Provincial NDP leader Dwain Lingenfelter was in a good mood as the legislature wrapped up its spring session, thanks to some positive federal election results.

Dumais in court

A former registered sex offender who set off an uproar by locating in North Battleford two years ago made a provincial court appearance by video Wednesday.
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