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Allan Anderson fears that if people keep speeding through the 60-zone by his house, another of his dogs - or friends - will be killed. Here, he holds two of his dogs, Whisker and Samson. - April Hudson/NNSL photo
Speed limits change by Wildrose
Sixty-zone extended, signs put up to warn speeders

Every day, Allan Anderson puts the ashes of his beloved dog Baby Girls out on his driveway and sits in a chair facing the highway that runs past Wildrose Acres.
He takes off his hat and waves when vehicles pass him doing the speed limit. He gives the middle finger to speeders. next Continued

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Bison move down Highway 5 in Wood Buffalo National Park. Parks Canada has confirmed an outbreak of anthrax in bison that live in the park.> Anthrax outbreak confirmed in Wood Buffalo National Park
An anthrax outbreak has been confirmed in Wood Buffalo National Park. Testing at a laboratory in Alberta has discovered the presence of anthrax in one sample from bison carcasses discovered in the park since July 9.

This permafrost thaw slump is working its way uphill towards a small pond about 18 km northwest of Fort McPherson. The small lake is expected to drain and cause a flash flood sometime later this year. NWT likely to lose a pond
Sometime later this year, the NWT will most likely lose a pond. A small, unnamed lake on the Peel Plateau appears almost ready to suddenly empty because of a growing permafrost thaw on the hillside below it.

The Northridge Trappers captured the annual Roughnecks slopitch tournament in Norman Wells for the fifth consecutive year. They are, front row from left, Katie Ames, Phil Cyr, Brandon Scott, Lindsey Blake and Darren McDonough; back row from left, Nathalie Gingras, Shannon Audette, Hunter Gray, Nate Gregory, Jenna McDonald, Danielle Proulx, Kent Pike, Barry Harley and Johnny Laura.

Fifth time the charm for Northridge Trappers
The Northridge Trappers won the annual Roughnecks slopitch tournament in Norman Wells earlier this month. Sound familiar? That's because it's the headline for the fifth year in a row.

Quilters Arlene Hansen, left, Shona Barbour and Bev Garven gather for the Inuvik Quilting Guild exhibition during the 2015 Great Northern Arts Festival in Inuvik.

A year of sewing
As if threading a needle were not taxing enough of a task, quilters love to accept and meet design challenges issued by fellow sewers. Creating a log cabin-pattern quilt using only shades of green was one challenge issued to members of the Inuvik Quilting Guild a few years ago.

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