Wednesday August 27, 2014

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Wouters wraps up duties at Privy Council

The man who rose from humble beginnings in Edam to become clerk of the Privy Council and secretary to the Cabinet has departed that office. Wayne Wouters announced his retirement from that position last week. He had held that position since 2009.

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Holodomor monument location approved

Plans to put up a Holodomor monument in North Battleford have been approved. The monument will be...

Railroad troubles west side residents

North Battleford City Council intends to continue conversations with CN regarding the noise and...

Building permits triple in value

As of the end of July, the City of North Battleford had issued building permits representing a...

Restaurant manager earns award

North Battleford restaurant manager, Sukhjinder Singh, has earned a 2014 Outstanding Manager of the ...

City gets clean audit report

The City of North Battleford's bookkeeping has been given the nod by its external auditors....

Local improvements to go ahead

Local improvement projects on Pearson Avenue and 19th Avenue in North Battleford have been given...

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