Dulcie Charles and her daughter Christina are what you’d call “avid swimmers.” How avid? Some people visit theme parks or tourist attractions when travelling. The Charles’ will stop for a swim in the local pool and check out the programming. Given...
The Mann Art Gallery is looking for the latest, greatest artists from across the province to submit works for the annual winter show and sale. The 42nd annual winter festival show will take place from Feb. 9 until March 24,...
The Wolfe continues to rack up the wins. The three-piece alternative rock band from Prince Albert recently won the Best out of Province Band award at the Toronto Independent Music Awards last Friday. It’s the latest accolade for the group, which...

The results are in

City administrators have come up with 25 recommendations spanning seven different areas after seeing results from the recent Community Services Master Plan survey. A total of 442 residents and 80 community groups responded to the survey. Another 68 interviews were...
Trio of men in stolen car caught with help from police dog Thanks to the assistance of police dog Febee, three men found in a stolen car have been apprehended. In the early morning hours on Thursday, at 2:52 a.m., patrol...
The Shellbrook RCMP are investigating multiple reports of grain storage bags being slashed open in the RM of Canwood. The RCMP are currently asking for the public's assistance investigating these crimes. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Shellbrook RCMP...
Donald Cooper passes along his insights at Chamber of Commerce event Donald Cooper knows a thing or two about doing business. The man behind award winning fashion retail and 18 years at a leading sports equipment company, Cooper has become a...

Lifelong legacy

A lot has changed in 88 years. In 1929, 88 years ago, Britain restored diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union. Black Thursday and the Wall Street Crash marked the beginning of the great depression, and Nova Scotia repealed laws prohibiting...

New recruits

Chamber of commerce welcomes new board October 12 was a big day for the newest board of the Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce. The newly elected and appointed members stood shoulder-to-shoulder on stage at Plaza 88. Police chief and...
Prince Albert should open a safe injection site before a bad situation gets worse, says a senior staff member from Canada’s first legal facility for injecting drugs. Tim Gauthier, clinical coordinator at Vancouver’s Insite, was the keynote speaker at the...

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