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Driver vigilance urged after incident

Motorists in North Battleford are being urged to watch out for workers following an incident Friday where a city worker was injured on the job.

Man charged in stabbing on 104th Street

A 19-year-old North Battleford man was in court Monday charged with aggravated assault and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose. Charged is Dylan Paskemin of North Battleford.

House fire claims life in Glaslyn

A fire in a house trailer has claimed the life of a man in Glaslyn. RCMP and Glaslyn volunteer firefighters responded to the fire about 1:20 a.m. Thursday. The house trailer was described as fully engulfed in flames.

Casino cheating suspects in court

Suspects in a Gold Eagle Casino cheating case were in North Battleford provincial court Monday for their first appearance. But it was only a brief appearance for those charged and their counsel as lawyers agreed to adjourn the matter to June 20.

Show caution during street repairs

The City of North Battleford is once again urging drivers to be cautious when approaching and driving past work zones in North Battleford.

Mosquito TLE prelim begins in provincial court

A preliminary hearing into the Treaty Land Entitlement fraud case on Mosquito First Nation began Monday in provincial court. Charged are former Chief Clarence Stone, Clifford Spyglass and Gerald Bird.

Former River Heights employee faces multiple charges

Fifteen charges of theft and fraud have been laid by Battlefords RCMP against a former employee of River Heights Lodge in North Battleford. Charged is Audrey Gallinger, 47, of Battleford.

Cut Knife man killed in rollover

A Cut Knife man is dead following a semi-tanker rollover on a highway near Neilburg, spilling a load of anhydrous ammonia. The man, age 59, was found lying on the roadway by RCMP following the incident early Saturday.

Council notes for May 24 meeting.

Here are some of the highlights from a May 24 meeting of North Battleford council: City council has given its green light to submitting an application to the Main Street Saskatchewan Program.
Sewer blockage at BUH

Sewer blockage at BUH

A sewer emergency has closed off access for visitors to Battlefords Union Hospital. According to Linda Lewis of Prairie North Health Region, the situation unfolded in the early morning hours of June 1.
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