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Update: Freezing drizzle, slippery roads alert ended

Update: Freezing drizzle, slippery roads alert ended

Check the highway hotline.
Town of Battleford rescinds COVID-19 vaccination policy

Town of Battleford rescinds COVID-19 vaccination policy

A COVID-19 vaccination policy for staff, contracts, and volunteers at the Town of Battleford from 2021 is officially no more.
Three decades of dedication to 4-H recognized

Three decades of dedication to 4-H recognized

Mary-Ann Carson named honourary lifetime member.
Mechanical problem ends season for Hudson Bay arena

Mechanical problem ends season for Hudson Bay arena

It is expected to take months to get a new chiller for the Wally Dawyduk Arena's ice plant.
Battlefords RCMP arrest man at business after weapons complaint

Battlefords RCMP arrest man at business after weapons complaint

Polcie responded to a call at about 6 p.m. on Feb. 2 that a man had a firearm at a business.
Police rescue woman and dog from submerged vehicle in remote area

Police rescue woman and dog from submerged vehicle in remote area

The woman was sitting on the roof of the half-submerged vehicle with her dog when police arrived.
Town of Battleford updates animal control bylaw

Town of Battleford updates animal control bylaw

Chickens in rural areas around Battleford and microchip provisions were on the chopping block in the updated animal bylaw.
Town of Battleford passes new dangerous dog bylaw

Town of Battleford passes new dangerous dog bylaw

The town says the bylaw will protect the safety, health and welfare of people and property while ensuring the humane treatment of dogs.
P. A. Police Crime Reduction team arrests 5 people from Ontario

P. A. Police Crime Reduction team arrests 5 people from Ontario

Ibrahim Ahmed, Abdullahi Dirie, Abdullahi Elmi, Adbiaziz Mohamud, and El Salih, made two appearances in Prince Albert court and remain in custody.
Three suspects sought by Sask. Crime Stoppers

Three suspects sought by Sask. Crime Stoppers

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.