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85th anniversary of United Church celebrated

85th anniversary of United Church celebrated

The United Church of Canada celebrates its 85th anniversary this year and in celebration, the Richard United Church Women association organized a program to honour the historic event.

Teachers learn about learning

Teachers in the Living Sky School Division kicked off a series of professional development seminars, which will see a greater emphasis placed on students' learning profiles.

Raising awareness of a preventable disability

Sept. 9 marks the 12th anniversary of the first international FASD Awareness Day. Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is the leading cause of development disability among Canadian children.
City hesitates on condo conversion request

City hesitates on condo conversion request

It's the second request for a condo conversion in a year, but Humboldt city council wasn't so quick to turn this one down.Council received a request to approve the conversion of the apartment building of 12 suites located at 622 7th St.

Major donation to curling component

The Credit Union CU Plex project has received another financial boost, this time towards the curling facility. Dr. Ralph and Barbara Hall have stepped forward with a donation of $100,000 for the project.
Ride for Dad passes through Battlefords

Ride for Dad passes through Battlefords

While many people flocked to North Battleford for Northwest Territorial Days, another group of people were in the Battlefords for another reason Aug. 20.

CUPlex committee meets

Members of the Multipurpose Facility Fundraising Committee met Wednesday to update their progress in their campaign to raise money for the Credit Union CU Plex.

Weekend checkstop drive

Between Sept. 2 and 7, the North Battleford Regional Traffic Services will be conducting a series of checkstops and roving patrols. The checkstops will take place in the Battleford, Spiritwood, Meadow Lake, Cut Knife and Onion Lake areas.

Two decades plus, and going strong

Vendors, musicians, and festival-goers braved cool temperatures and strong winds at the 22nd annual Wild Blueberry Festival. The festival, which took place Aug. 27 to 28 in St. Walburg, featured wild blueberry sales, an outdoor market and more.
Water fight

Water fight

SWA proceeds with court challenge over water flow