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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Applications open for technology startups tax incentive

Innovation Saskatchewan (IS) is accepting applications for a new tax incentive program to encourage early-stage technology startups. IS is a government agency which gives advice...

Doctor honoured with room and plaque in Victoria Hospital

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald A doctor who passed away last year is being remembered for his dedication with a designated space in the Victoria Hospital. George...

Art community hopes beading weaves its way to a lasting impact

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The Indigenous art form of beading is rising in Prince Albert. The hype began with artist Catherine Blackburn's touring exhibit—currently at the...

Indigenous stat holiday inching closer to reality

Canada is one step closer to having a statutory holiday to mark National Indigenous Peoples Day. This is after the bill, started by NDP Critic...

Impaired driver charged after striking traffic light

A Prince Albert woman was charged early Wednesday morning for impaired driving. Police received a Report Impaired Driver (RID) complaint on the 600 block of...

101-year-old named the face of this year’s Two Miles for Mary

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald A 101-year-old woman is striving for as much independence as possible, much of which is achieved through a transportation service specifically...

Preventing infected trees crucial to city’s wellness: forester

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald As September 26 is National Tree Day, a registered professional forester shared her expertise on a couple diseases that are affecting...

11-year investigation leads to first-degree murder arrest

A man has been arrested and charged following a lengthy investigation into the death of a 15-year-old. Katelyn Marie Noble was last seen back in...

Councillor, unions donate peanut butter to Food Bank

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Hundreds of struggling Prince Albert families will soon have a staple, nutritious spread to dig into. Thanks to Ward 1 Coun. Charlene...

SaskPower rebuilding 75km line from P.A. to Beatty

Prince Albert residents will soon have more reliable power thanks to a $30 million project to rebuild a transmission line near the city. The line...
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