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Tammy Cook-Searson stands with her son at the 2016 the Sask. Marathon held in May.
Tammy Cook-Searson stands with her son at the 2016 the Sask. Marathon held in May. Submitted Photo/Jim Searson

Lac La Ronge Indian Band chief sets sights on Boston Marathon

By paNOW Staff
June 19, 2016 - 12:28pm

Lac La Ronge Indian Band Chief Tammy Cook-Searson’s passion for running may be helping her head towards the oldest annual city marathon in the world next year.

“I have been really working on my speed and my goal is to qualify this fall for the Boston marathon,” she said.

The night Danielle went missing, she was wearing black tights and a black shirt with a very specific pattern: blue, pink and teal arrows and shapes.
The night Danielle went missing, she was wearing black tights and a black shirt with a very specific pattern: blue, pink and teal arrows and shapes. submitted/RCMP

Prince Albert woman's death declared 'suspicious in nature', RCMP appeals for information

By paNOW Staff
June 8, 2016 - 2:00pm

Investigators are appealing to the public for more information on the disappearance of a Prince Albert woman, whose death has been deemed 'suspicious in nature'.

Jasmine Kaye-Masuskapeo, 17, was last seen Tuesday, May 17.
Jasmine Kaye-Masuskapeo, 17, was last seen Tuesday, May 17. Submitted photo/RCMP

UPDATE: missing Ahtahkakoop First Nation girl found

By paNOW Staff
May 21, 2016 - 9:38am Updated: May 22, 2016 - 6:09pm

A missing Ahtahkakoop First Nation girl has been found.

Jasmine Kaye-Masuskapeo, 17, had last been seen walking in North Battleford on Tuesday, May 17. She was found by Saskatoon Police Service in Saskatoon. 

The RCMP thank everyone for their help in locating her.

 

Jane Zielke de Montbrun of the Canadian Mental Health Association (right) helps raise a flag at North Battleford City Hall.
Jane Zielke de Montbrun of the Canadian Mental Health Association (right) helps raise a flag at North Battleford City Hall. Geoff Smith/battlefordsNOW staff

Local mental health advocates still working to overcome stigma

By paNOW Staff
May 2, 2016 - 12:29pm

Progress continues to be made to increase awareness of mental health issues, but organizers of a week of events planned for the Battlefords said there is still work left to be done.

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