Hundreds of hungry attendees wait in line to dish up a plate of fish, moose and deer meat, along with other food at last year's annual Smoker. The event now known as the Wild Side of Summer Sports and Leisure Show will now be held over two days June 23-24 at the Agrivilla and Agriplex in North Battleford.file photo/battlefordsNOW Staff
Former North Battleford resident Karson Evanovich, who now resides in Nipawin, was among the many who was on hand to comfort the families of the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.Angela Brown/battlefordsNOW Staff
When Karson, Ryane and baby Jasper Evanovich moved to Nipawin from North Battleford in March to begin their new lives with the Nipawin Apostolic Church, it was both exciting and scary for the young couple.
Anita Silvernagle (left) and the rest of Team Anderson after capturing the 2018 Canadian Senior Women's Curling Championships in Ontario. The Anderson rink will head to Sweden Tuesday to compete at the World Championships which begin on Saturday.submitted photo/CurlSASK
Gordie McKeeman and His Rhythm Boys bring their unique blend of bluegrass, old-time country, folk, rockabilly, Celtic and swing to the Dekker Centre Sunday night at 8 p.m. submitted photo/gordiemackeeman.com
They have been called the Maritime’s “best kept secret” however Moe McGuinty is about to let the secret out onto the stage of the Dekker Centre this Sunday night at 8 p.m. as Gordie McKeeman and His Rhythm Boys get set to perform.
Like many communities around the nation, the Town of Wilkie will soon be showing their support for the City of Humboldt, which is still reeling from the tragic bus accident that claimed the lives of 16 members of their Junior A Broncos organization last Friday.
The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League has a conference call planned today to determine how they will proceed with the remainder of this year's playoffs. The SJHL playoffs were postponed after the tragic accident involving the Humboldt Broncos Friday.