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A wintery night in January was interrupted by a foul odour which, despite making many people ill in the Town of Unity, was determined not to be hydrogen sulfide.
A wintery night in January was interrupted by a foul odour which, despite making many people ill in the Town of Unity, was determined not to be hydrogen sulfide. Town of Unity/Facebook

Strange smell in Unity not hydrogen sulfide: Province

By battlefordsNOW Staff
February 16, 2018 - 12:12pm

An investigation into a strange odour which caused many residents of Unity to become ill in early January has ruled out hydrogen sulfide (H2S) as the culprit.

A gender-neutral or single stall bathroom similar to this is being created at the North Battleford Comprehensive High School so that the LGBTQ students can feel safe, comfortable and inclusive with a facility of their own.
A gender-neutral or single stall bathroom similar to this is being created at the North Battleford Comprehensive High School so that the LGBTQ students can feel safe, comfortable and inclusive with a facility of their own. file photo/ Canadian Press

Comp. High School installing gender-neutral bathroom

By Roger White
February 13, 2018 - 5:00pm

To some it will look like a single stall bathroom, but for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) students at North Battleford Comprehensive School it will be much more.

Comedian Kelly Taylor will be the headline act at the annual Shamrockin' Comedy Night on Saturday, March 17 at the Don Ross Centre. The event is presented by the Battlefords United Way.
Comedian Kelly Taylor will be the headline act at the annual Shamrockin' Comedy Night on Saturday, March 17 at the Don Ross Centre. The event is presented by the Battlefords United Way. submitted photo/Jennifer Rooke

Shamrockin’ comedy night has distinctive Saskatchewan flavour

By Roger White
February 8, 2018 - 2:00pm

The beer may be green and the atmosphere will be Irish however there will be a distinct Saskatchewan flavour to the annual Shamrockin’ Comedy Night presented by the Battlefords United Way (BUW) on Saturday, March 17 at the Don Ross Centre.

Federal Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer (left) accompanies Battlefords- Lloydminster MP Rosemarie Falk as she is introduced to the House of Commons on Monday. Also in the photo is Randy Hoback (right) chair of the Saskatchewan caucus.
Federal Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer (left) accompanies Battlefords- Lloydminster MP Rosemarie Falk as she is introduced to the House of Commons on Monday. Also in the photo is Randy Hoback (right) chair of the Saskatchewan caucus. submitted photo/Rosemarie Falk Facebook

Falk introduced in Ottawa's question period

By Roger White
January 31, 2018 - 12:00pm

Battlefords-Lloydminster MP Rosemarie Falk wasted no time making her presence felt in the House of Commons yesterday during question period.

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