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Trent vs. Tara challenge hits week two

It's been over two weeks since the New Year was rung in, accompanied by a flurry of dreams and resolutions for 2011.

Fire engulfs combines at farm north of city

A fire north of North Battleford destroyed combines, a tractor and a number of other vehicles and shop tools in the early hours of Monday morning. The fire took place about 13 kilometres north on Highway 4 and three kilometres to the west.

Fees up in Battleford

Property owners will see some small fee increases this year, as the Town of Battleford passed a bylaw concerning tax certificates, searches and other administrative services. Bylaw No.

Two car accidents in Battlefords area

Two motor vehicle accidents kept crews busy on another wintery weekend in the Battlefords. The first incident happened shortly before 10:30 p.m. Friday. Two vehicles collided d at the corner of 11th Avenue and 100th Street.

RCMP year-end stats

They're putting more people in cells, catching more traffic issues and dealing with a lot more stolen vehicles. Cpl.

New housing incentives approved

A number of amended housing incentives have been adopted by North Battleford city council.

Plan for a safe ride this snowmobile season

Jan. 16 marked the beginning of Snowmobile Safety Week in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Safety Council, along with the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Safety Association work together to promote safe and responsible attitudes when snowmobiling. From Jan.
Major donation made to BUHF

Major donation made to BUHF

TD Bank Group has announced one of its largest gifts to date in North Battleford with a $30,000 donation to Battlefords Union Hospital Foundation (BUH).

Water main break under control

There were more water problems for the City of North Battleford last week - this time, a water main break in the north end. The break happened at 101st Street and 20th Avenue Friday afternoon, and the street was blocked to traffic.
2010 year of growth, storms: MLA Harpauer

2010 year of growth, storms: MLA Harpauer

Exciting, in lots of good ways and some bad, is what 2010 was in Saskatchewan and Humboldt. That sums up Humboldt MLA Donna Harpauer's comments about the past year when contacted by the Journal in December.