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Water use reduction advisory lifted

The F.E. Holliday Water Treatment Plant is now pumping to full capacity. The electrical problem was repaired early last evening and the plant was able to pump throughout the night.
Brad Trost Year in Review

Brad Trost Year in Review

Two thousand and ten was a good year for Canada. Brad Trost, Saskatoon-Humboldt Member of Parliament, was pleased with the way things went over the year, even though weather had a huge impact on this area.

Gas leak at Pizza Hut

The Pizza Hut restaurant in North Battleford had to be evacuated Thursday as emergency crews dealt with a natural gas leak at the restaurant. The incident happened shortly after 11 a.m.

Elk Point Drilling awarded wells contract

North Battleford has awarded the contract for drilling and developing new wells at its groundwater treatment plant to Elk Point Drilling Inc. of North Battleford. The winning bid was in the amount of $138,885.

WTP expansion gets much-needed deadline extension

North Battleford was not spared from construction delays in expanding Water Treatment Plant No. 1 last year, due to the unusual wet weather the province received.

Two men arrested following Battleford car break in

Battlefords RCMP have arrested two men in connection to a vehicle break on 26th Street in Battleford Friday. According to police, the incident occurred around 11:15 a.m.

Notice given for CUPlex site expansion bylaw

The city of North Battleford has passed a zoning bylaw amendment in order to accommodate expansion of the Credit Union CUPlex Council approved changing the Zoning District Map Monday night, by rezoning a stretch of land at 623 Carlton Trail from the

FE Holliday situation resolved

The F.E. Holliday water treatment plant is back in operation following a Monday electrical incident that sent two workers to hospital.

F.E. Holliday incident sends two to hospital

An electrical injury at F.E. Holliday Water Treatment Plant has shut down the plant and sent two contractors working there to hospital.

Good Christmas for HFD

A structure fire, carbon monoxide leak and a vehicle fire kept the Humboldt Fire Department (HFD) hopping over the holidays. On December 23, at 11:58 p.m. they received a call about a structure fire at Stoney Lake.