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A rendering of what the new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford will look like after it's completed. The move into the new facility is expected to start in August. The facility should be open around December.
A rendering of what the new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford will look like after it's completed. The move into the new facility is expected to start in August. The facility should be open around December. File photo/Government of Saskatchewan

Move into new Saskatchewan Hospital expected to start next month

By Angela Brown
July 9, 2018 - 1:00pm

The new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford is coming closer to completion.

Rev. Glory Blamo, husband of Glorious David who died as a result of the crash, speaks to reporters outside the courthouse following the sentencing.
Rev. Glory Blamo, husband of Glorious David who died as a result of the crash, speaks to reporters outside the courthouse following the sentencing. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff

Stucka sentenced to 10 years for involvement in fatal crash

By Angela Brown
July 6, 2018 - 5:00pm Updated: July 7, 2018 - 10:57am

A man facing charges related to a crash in the RM of Wilton, Sask., Sept. 22, 2017, that killed three women and caused injuries to another woman was sentenced to 10 years in prison when he appeared in Queen's Bench Court in Battleford Friday.

Jamieson Wahobin was sentenced for being the occupant of a vehicle in which he knew there was a prohibited weapon.
Jamieson Wahobin was sentenced for being the occupant of a vehicle in which he knew there was a prohibited weapon. File photo/battlefordsNOW Staff

Man sentenced to time served in case involving alleged Mosquito F.N. robbery

By Angela Brown
July 6, 2018 - 10:00am

A man charged in an alleged robbery on Mosquito First Nation January 6 was sentenced for a lesser charge in North Battleford Provincial Court this week.

The RM of Battle River Reeve Joe Beckman, centre, and Administrator Betty Johnson, left, join New Beginnings campaign lead Corinne Bernier Delainey during a cheque presentation recently. The RM of Battle River made a $50,000 donation to the Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford New Beginnings campaign.
The RM of Battle River Reeve Joe Beckman, centre, and Administrator Betty Johnson, left, join New Beginnings campaign lead Corinne Bernier Delainey during a cheque presentation recently. The RM of Battle River made a $50,000 donation to the Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford New Beginnings campaign. Facebook/Saskatchewan Hospital New Beginnings

Two area RMs step up to support Sask. Hospital campaign

By Angela Brown
July 4, 2018 - 5:00pm

Two area municipalities stepped up to give the Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford New Beginnings fundraising campaign a boost with a total donation of over $101,000, helping bring the total funds raised a little closer to the $8 million campaign goal. 

The City of North Battleford is asking for people to be careful at the Territorial Drive and Killdeer Drive intersection Wednesday as the pedestrian light needs to be fixed.
The City of North Battleford is asking for people to be careful at the Territorial Drive and Killdeer Drive intersection Wednesday as the pedestrian light needs to be fixed. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff

City asking residents to use caution during light repair at intersection

By Angela Brown
July 4, 2018 - 2:00pm

The City of North Battleford is asking motorists and pedestrians to be careful when using the Territorial Drive and Killdeer Drive intersection Wednesday since the pedestrian crossing light is not working properly.
 

The City of North Battleford has installed signs downtown advising drivers not to park longer than two hours in designated spaces during weekdays.
The City of North Battleford has installed signs downtown advising drivers not to park longer than two hours in designated spaces during weekdays. Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff

City reminding residents of 2 hour parking limit downtown

By Angela Brown
July 4, 2018 - 12:00pm

The City of North Battleford is reminding residents and business employees not to leave their vehicles parked downtown for more than two hours at a time, or else they could face a fine.

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