Greg Higgins

<
Leslie Lonesinger’s face after a brutal assault, March 15.
Leslie Lonesinger’s face after a brutal assault, March 15.

Stabbing victim’s family looking for answers from RCMP

By Greg Higgins
March 24, 2016 - 12:28pm

It’s been over a week since a man was stabbed by the North Battleford Library and some neighbors are still unaware the incident even happened.

Leslie Carl Lonesinger was jumped and beaten outside of his sister Rita Lonesinger’s apartment building March 15 at roughly 6:30 p.m.

Brad Wall speaking to his supporters at SaskParty headquarters in North Battleford.
Brad Wall speaking to his supporters at SaskParty headquarters in North Battleford. Duncan Cairns-Brenner/battlefordsNOW Staff

ELECTION 2016: Brad Wall visits the Battlefords

By Greg Higgins
March 21, 2016 - 4:16pm

When SaskParty leader Brad Wall spoke with his supporters in North Battleford he asked one question: “Is Saskatchewan better today than it was eight years ago? There are 3,000 more nurses giving care right now than under the NDP,” he said during his speech at the SaskParty headquarters in North B

Matthew Dutton (left) and Damon Dutton (right).
Matthew Dutton (left) and Damon Dutton (right). Photo courtesy North Battleford Comprehensive High School

Brothers help take North Battleford Vikings to Hoopla provincial tournament

By Greg Higgins
March 15, 2016 - 5:51pm

Sibling rivalry will take on a new meaning at Hoopla, Saskatchewan’s provincial basketball tournament. The Dutton brothers from North Battleford Comprehensive High School will take on the Dewar brothers, Saskatoon’s Marion M. Graham Collegiate best players.

Kayla Ellis dances as Dave Tupling performs “The Dance.”
Kayla Ellis dances as Dave Tupling performs “The Dance.” Greg Higgins/battlefordsNOW

Home grown talent on display at the Dekker Center

By Greg Higgins
March 7, 2016 - 5:43pm

Some of the Battlefords most talented musicians took the stage of the Dekker Centre as they presented “Home...” Saturday, Mar. 6 for the first time.

“We had all kinds of music,” co-director Dianne Gryba said. “We had dancing, rap, hip hop to opera and everything in between.”

Pages