Infrastructure

City of North Battleford council approved a project to develop a rooming house at its recent meeting.
City of North Battleford council approved a project to develop a rooming house at its recent meeting. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff

Rooming house project moving ahead despite some opposition

By Angela Brown
March 28, 2018 - 5:00pm

A proposal for a rooming house in North Battleford received council’s approval at North Battleford City Hall Monday, despite some opposition from the public.

Council voted unanimously for the project to allow a rooming house to be developed at 1132 - 98 Street..

The Rattray family raised more than $300,000 in memory of 13-month-old William Rattray, who passed away in 2013.
The Rattray family raised more than $300,000 in memory of 13-month-old William Rattray, who passed away in 2013. Submitted photo/Jim Pattison Children's Hospital Foundation

Regina family raises $300,000 for children’s hospital

By battlefordsNOW Staff
March 28, 2018 - 12:05pm

A Regina couple has rallied the community and raised $300,000 for Saskatoon’s Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital in memory of their 13-month-old son who passed away in 2013.

Members of Innovation Credit Union and the SHNB following a $100,000 donation to the New Beginnings Fundraising Campaign.
Members of Innovation Credit Union and the SHNB following a $100,000 donation to the New Beginnings Fundraising Campaign. submitted photo/Corinne Bernier Delainey

Innovation Credit Union steps up with $100K donation for New Beginnings

By Roger White
March 22, 2018 - 12:00pm

For the second straight week, the New Beginnings Fundraising Campaign for the new Saskatchewan Hospital has received a major donation helping it inch closer to its $8 million campaign goal.

The City of North Battleford has sold the pipeline it had previously been using to supplement its water from the Town of Battleford following the Husky Energy oil spill in July, 2016.
The City of North Battleford has sold the pipeline it had previously been using to supplement its water from the Town of Battleford following the Husky Energy oil spill in July, 2016. File photo/battlefordsNOW Staff

City happy to find new home for water pipeline

By Angela Brown
March 21, 2018 - 12:00pm

The City of North Battleford is after finding a new home for the 3.5 kilometres of pipeline used to transport water from the Town of Battleford to supplement the city's water system following the Husky Energy oil spill in July 2016.  

Judah Tyreman overlooks the damage caused by thieves over the weekend when the Sesula Mineral and Gem Museum and Rock Shop in Radisson he owns and operates was robbed. The 13-year-old is grateful for the outpouring of support he has received worldwide since the theft.
Judah Tyreman overlooks the damage caused by thieves over the weekend when the Sesula Mineral and Gem Museum and Rock Shop in Radisson he owns and operates was robbed. The 13-year-old is grateful for the outpouring of support he has received worldwide since the theft. submitted photo/Judah Tyreman

Radisson museum curator not deterred by break-in

By Roger White
March 14, 2018 - 5:00pm

When 13-year-old Judah Tyreman went to open his Sesula Mineral and Gem Museum and Rock Shop in Radisson on Sunday, he expected to see his familiar display that has been welcoming visitors to the area since 2016. But what he did find made him stop stone cold in his tracks.

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