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North Stars marketing and office manager Caitlyn Gray (right), seen here helping with a game day promotion during an intermission at the Civic Centre, is in her second year with the Battlefords North Stars.
North Stars marketing and office manager Caitlyn Gray (right), seen here helping with a game day promotion during an intermission at the Civic Centre, is in her second year with the Battlefords North Stars. Byron Hildebrand Photography

Gray enjoys community aspect of North Stars marketing role

From battlefordsNOW
February 8, 2018 - 8:00am Updated: February 8, 2018 - 8:57am

While growing up in Maymont, Sask., Battlefords North Stars marketing and office manager Caitlyn Gray played volleyball, enjoyed some badminton, dabbled in some dance, and even tried figure skating (though that didn't last long).

Chief Clinton Wuttunee.
Chief Clinton Wuttunee. Chief Clinton Wuttunee/Facebook

Red Pheasant First Nation releases statement as Stanley trial moves towards conclusion

From battlefordsNOW
February 7, 2018 - 5:35pm Updated: February 7, 2018 - 6:34pm

With the Gerald Stanley second degree murder trial set to resume in Battleford Thursday, the Red Pheasant First Nation has issued a media release saying the current situation in their community is “very difficult.”

Talia Thunderchild (left) and Jazz Roan (right), from Connaught School, will be two of the 30 youth that will take part in the torch parade on Wed. Feb 15, which is the first part of a two-part ceremony.
Talia Thunderchild (left) and Jazz Roan (right), from Connaught School, will be two of the 30 youth that will take part in the torch parade on Wed. Feb 15, which is the first part of a two-part ceremony. Nathan Kanter/battlefordsNOW staff

Sask. Winter Games torch parade and relay announced

From battlefordsNOW
February 7, 2018 - 5:06pm Updated: February 8, 2018 - 10:09am

For the first time in its history, the Saskatchewan Winter Games will have a two-part torch relay celebration, as announced at Connaught School on Wednesday, Feb. 7 during a school-wide assembly.

After many years of debate, a  bill tabled in 2016 was approved by the Senate last week to change the second line in O Canada.
After many years of debate, a bill tabled in 2016 was approved by the Senate last week to change the second line in O Canada. file photo/battlefordsNOW Staff

MP Falk opposes changes to national anthem

From battlefordsNOW
February 7, 2018 - 2:00pm

After many years of debate and several stalled bills in the House of Commons, a private members bill tabled in 2016 was finally approved by the Senate last week to change the second line in our national anthem.

Glen Luther, a law professor at the University of Saskatchewan, says the Gerald Stanley trial is an interesting case that is being closely watched by experts in the justice field.
Glen Luther, a law professor at the University of Saskatchewan, says the Gerald Stanley trial is an interesting case that is being closely watched by experts in the justice field. submitted photo/Glen Luther

Jury deliberation not an easy process; law professor

From battlefordsNOW
February 7, 2018 - 12:00pm

It will be a challenging job for the jury involved in making a decision in the Gerald Stanley trial in the days ahead, according to a Saskatchewan law professor.

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