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Sister of murder victim to address anniversary event

Sister of murder victim to address anniversary event

Battlefords Interval House, the shelter for women and children fleeing violence, is celebrating 30 years of operation in the community with a special celebration in October.

Continued strong August building permit numbers

It continues to be an exceptional year for building permits issued in North Battleford, with the permit value showing another strong increase in August.

Giving the gift of warmth

It's that time of year again: the windows are closed more often than open, the house fills with the dusty smell of furnaces that haven't been lit all summer, scarves are making a come-back and winter gear shifts to the front of the closet.

Educators learn about Saskatchewan's resources

Jenna Welsh, Grade 9-12 science and physics teacher at Carlton Comprehensive High School in Prince Albert, experienced an opportunity to strengthen her teaching skills first hand during a Rock'n the Classroom GeoVenture Saskatchewan Mining Associatio

Community grants receive approval

North Battleford's Parks, Recreation, Culture and Heritage Committee met Monday and approved four community grant during the session.
A town moving into the future

A town moving into the future

The second of two buildings moved were on to a new site Sept. 16 to begin the process of eventually baling and selling recycled newsprint and cardboard in Radisson.

Public asked to help find missing man

RCMP in Colonsay continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Victor Mateyshin, an 84-year-old man from the community of Bruno.

Treaty land entitlement case to go to trial

Three individuals charged in the treaty land entitlement fraud case at Mosquito First Nation are planning to go to trial. Chief Clarence Stone, Clifford Spyglass and Gerald Bird have all elected to be tried in Court of Queen's Bench by judge alone.
HDHF campaign enters final stretch

HDHF campaign enters final stretch

Just $145,000. That's what the Humboldt District Hospital Foundation (HDHF) had left to raise in their $1.8 million Our Legacy, Our Future equipment campaign at the beginning of this week.

Bater victim of hit-and-run

Hit and runs aren't so unusual in the Battlefords - but when the victim is the leader of the Liberal Party in Saskatchewan it is. Provincial leader Ryan Bater said his vehicle was smashed up in a hit-and-run on the evening of Sept. 15..