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Student volunteers aim to give pow wow attendees a lifetime of memories

Paxton Red Sky is a bit nervous, but it’s in the service of a good cause. Red Sky, a student...

P.A. Pride: 50 years of homosexuality decriminalization shows ‘small steps’

“The nature of the law has prompted new social developments that we as a country have to address.”- Marc Roberts, Prince...

Police investigating over 20 spray-painted properties in West Hill

Several residential and business properties in Prince Albert's west end were hit with graffiti on Wednesday night into Thursday morning. According...

Indigenous gathering for diabetes teaches healthy habits

"People can live well with diabetes. Not everybody has to be on dialysis or vision loss or amputation. There are ways...

Women’s shelter says good morning to brand new beds

“Sometimes that's the first good night's sleep they've had in a long, long time—not sleeping with one eye open.”- Lynn Martel,...

P.A. police seize guns, ammunition, bear spray during search warrant

Two suspects were in provincial court on Thursday following the execution of a search warrant the previous night. Just...

Slow down, move over: new campaign dedicated to safety of roadside workers

Seeing flashing lights on the side of the highway should trigger slowing to 60 km/h and moving to the left lane, but...

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‘Lifelong dream:’ Family of five to get new Habitat for Humanity home

By Jayda Noyes / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
A vacant lot on Prince Albert's 13 Street West will soon house a grateful family. Katrina and George Slovak have been renting housing since they moved to Prince Albert from the Philippines three years ago. Unable to afford daycare for...

Hannoun the overtime hero as Raiders down Giants for WHL championship

By Lucas Punkari / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
Parker Kelly is someone that always has something to say. However, the Prince Albert Raiders forward was having a tough time on Monday night as he tried to describe being a part of the team's second championship winning side since...

Women’s shelter says good morning to brand new beds

By Jayda Noyes / May 16, 2019 / 0 Comments
“Sometimes that's the first good night's sleep they've had in a long, long time—not sleeping with one eye open.”- Lynn Martel, Sleep Country Canada Vice-President of Charitable Initiatives Sleep Country Canada has donated 22 beds and bedding essentials to women...

P.A. police seize guns, ammunition, bear spray during search warrant

By Daily Herald / May 16, 2019 / 0 Comments
Two suspects were in provincial court on Thursday following the execution of a search warrant the previous night. Just after 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, members of the Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) and Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT), a...

Police investigating over 20 spray-painted properties in West Hill

By Jayda Noyes / May 17, 2019 / 0 Comments
Several residential and business properties in Prince Albert's west end were hit with graffiti on Wednesday night into Thursday morning. According to a police media release, officers responded to over 20 vandalized properties. On the sound side of 6th Avenue...

Raiders drop Memorial Cup opener to Halifax

By Lucas Punkari / May 17, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Halifax Mooseheads weren’t very welcoming to the Prince Albert Raiders at Scotiabank Centre Friday. In the opening game of the 2019 Memorial Cup, the tournament hosts came away with a 4-1 win over the Western Hockey League champions in...

Students abandon art as act of kindness

By Jayda Noyes / May 14, 2019 / 0 Comments
If you were at Memorial Square on Tuesday morning, maybe you noticed clay butterflies and bright pink notes hanging from trees or sitting on the edge of the fountain. Nine students from Won Ska Cultural Public School placed them randomly,...

Council approves shortlist for five spots on new PREDA board

By Jason Kerr / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
Prince Albert city council has officially approved the shortlist for five open Director-at-Large positions on the new Prince Albert Regional Economic Development Alliance (PREDA). Shortlist members Gordie Broda, Dan Yungwirth, Sharon Hopkins, Lynn Jansen, April Roberts-Poitras, Allan Webb and Matthew...

Prince Albert receives $50,000 to build traffic safety devices outside local schools

By Jason Kerr / May 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
Raised crosswalks and speed display signs are coming to schools at four locations following a funding announcement from the provincial government. The city received $50,000 to build the crosswalks and signs, which will be used to calm traffic outside of...

Saskatoon man shares creative passion for wood carving with P.A.

By Jayda Noyes / May 16, 2019 / 0 Comments
"I can give them personalities, so it's basically a creation from my mind and I use realism as my reference material."- Doug Lingelbach, professional power sculptor Doug Lingelbach learned how to make wood sculptures with a knife before competing worldwide...

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