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Thursday, February 23, 2017
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Jason Kerr

Jason Kerr
Jason Kerr is a reporter with the Prince Albert Daily Herald. You can reach him at 306-764-4276 ext. 248, by email at jason.kerr@paherald.sk.ca or on Twitter @kerr_jas.

Surprised and delighted

Hall of fame ceremonies are starting to become a regular occurrence for Lynda Monahan. The local author and writing instructor was inducted into the Prince Albert Arts Hall of Fame last fall, and in March, she’ll become the latest member of the Prince Albert Council...

Playing with your food

Prince Albert Food Bank executive director Wes Clark always thought a food mini-golf course would generate a large community response, but even he was surprised by how it turned out. On Thursday, the food bank officially revealed the inaugural Hole-in-one for Hunger fundraiser at Gateway...

Mintos use big first period to beat Blazers

The Prince Albert Mintos struck early and often at Harold Latrace Arena on Wednesday, scoring five first period goals on their way to an 8-2 victory over the Saskatoon Blazers. Braden Schneider and Kyrell Sopotyk both scored twice for the Mintos, who improve to 27-15-1...

Raiders down Wheat Kings for second straight win

The Prince Albert Raiders had a tough start to Wednesday’s game against the Brandon Wheat Kings, but a fantastic finish. Despite giving up a goal in the first minute of the game, the Raiders rallied for a 5-3 victory on goals from five different players. After...

City places downtown building in arrears up for public tender

Prince Albert city councillors have voted to put a downtown property up for public tender due to the owners still owing $176,046.47 in taxes. The building, located at 1203 Central Avenue, came into the city’s possession on Feb. 10 after owners MFN and MB Holdings...

Rindal rink headed to provincials

It took one more qualifier than they would have liked, but Bryan Rindal’s Prince Albert rink has secured a spot in the Senior Men’s Provincial Curling Championships. Rindal, along with third Cliff Selander, second Angus Hemsworth and lead Chris Bannerman, knocked off Jim Wilson’s Saskatoon-based...

Bears cruise to victory

Ryan Fontaine and Brooklyn Elek combined for 120 minutes of shutout hockey as the Prince Albert Northern Bears swept their weekend doubleheader with the Notre Dame Hounds. The Bears received contributions from eight different goals scorers en route to a 6-0 victory on Saturday and...

Mintos hammer Argos, move into fourth place

The goals came in bunches for the Prince Albert Mintos over the weekend, as the club extended their winning streak to eight games with a pair of big wins at the Art Hauser Centre. Logan Barlage led the way with five goals and three assists,...

Raiders end road trip in style

It took a tense overtime period and an eight-round shootout, but the Prince Albert Raiders are back on the winning track. Cole Fonstad slipped a shot past Kootenay Ice netminder Payton Lee and Nicholas Sanders denied Dallas Hines to give the Raiders a 4-3 victory,...

Rindal rink qualifies for provincial championship

The second time was twice as nice for Bryan Rindal’s Prince Albert rink. Rindal, along with Angus Hemsworth, Cliff Selander and Chris Bannerman, secured their place in the Saskatchewan Senior Men’s Provincial Championship with a 5-1 win at the Prince Albert Curling Club on Saturday. The...

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