Monday October 20, 2014




  • Community Safety Officers become permanent

    The Community Safety Officers program for the city of North Battleford will continue on past its initial six month trial period.
    At City Hall Tuesday, council voted to give approval to “the implementation of this program as a permanent program.” That

  • Members kick off year with ‘mantracker’

    The Reigning Riders have had three meetings already this year and have doubled in size.
    The 4-H Club has had four guys join the club as well as three "horsey" girls. the club has gained momentum and members are super excited about the fun year ahead.

Top Headlines

1600 block of 100th Street now closed to traffic in both directions

Motorists are being advised 100th Street will be closed to traffic in both directions in the 1600...

Lloydminster byelection set

November 13 has been set as the date for the provincial byelection in Lloydminster. The...

Planning to fail: how mistakes can help your business

Every entrepreneur feels it at some point: the fear of failure. Only half of new businesses make it ...

New skating surface coming to CUplex

Be ready to lace up the skates for outdoor skating in the summer months, not just the winter....

Battlefords Best Marketplace and Expo ready for launch

The Battlefords Chamber of Commerce is all set to host the Battlefords Best Marketplace and Expo...

North Battleford-born artist up for NAMMY award

Four Saskatchewan artists, including one born in North Battleford, have been nominated for the...

Benefit raises $20,000

Chad Keens has been the golf pro and clubhouse manager at Meota and District Lakeside Golf Course...

Hollywood-themed fundraiser to support museum

The Clayton McLain Memorial Museum in Cut Knife will be hosting its second annual Ladies’ Gala...

Grade 1 student inspires $3,000 in fundraising

Nate Starycki, Grade 1, recently raised some money for two hospitals. After his family participated ...

North West Regional College names new board members

North West Regional College announces the appointment of three new members to its Board of...

Unity residents meet astronaut Chris Hadfield

The man affectionately known as “Rocket Man” was part of a fundraising event in Lloydminster,...

More RM Results

Some more results have become known in the rural municipality elections in the province, as a...


Recent News

North Stars complete trade with Dauphin

The Battlefords North Stars have completed a future considerations trade with the...


Stars keep rolling, win streak extended to six

The Battlefords Stars picked up three wins last week to extend their winning streak to...


RCMP issue phishing alert

North Battleford RCMP are advising the public to be aware a phishing attack circulating via email...


Report of intoxicated man with tiny machete, no co-operation from witnesses

The North Battleford RCMP received approximately 100 calls for service between 6 a.m. Friday, Oct....


Fall bloom in the garden

Who would have thought that after a killing frost in early September we would have been blessed...


Why the mental health of girls needs national attention

The recent Maclean's cover story entitled Revenge of the Teenage Girl was too tempting not to read. ...



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