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A driver has been arrested for impaired driving causing bodily harm after hitting a pedestrian Wednesday evening. According to a media release, at 6 p.m. on Jan. 16, a pedestrian, who was intoxicated, was...
Nadine Wilson is the latest area MLA to be acclaimed as a candidate for the 2020 Election. Wilson was nominated Monday night for the Saskatchewan Rivers riding, which borders Prince Albert to the north. She joins...
NDP calls for end of Huawei’s involvement in SaskTel network The provincial NDP is raising concerns about SaskTel’s possible ties to Huawei, a Chinese company that has been connected to espionage concerns. NDP...
The union representing more than 180,000 federal employees from across Canada, including Prince Albert, is calling recently proposed legislation from the federal government a “major victory.” On Tuesday, the federal government announced changes to tax legislation that...
The RCMP is looking for the next batch of Indigenous young adults interested in a career in policing. The national police force is currently recruiting for its Aboriginal Pre-Cadet Training Program (PTP), which offers Indigenous...
By Scott Roos, Herald contributor “ATTENTION PRINCE ALBERT! There’s a creepy ghost story in your town and the band and I are coming anyway” reads the caption on Terra Lightfoot’s facebook page. For those...
Parkland Ambulance is advising residents to take care out there as winter weather leaves walkways slippery. Monday morning’s media release included tops to prevent slips and falls and what to do if one...
The Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) came away with methamphetamine and prohibited weapons in a Thursday afternoon search warrant. At 3:15 p.m. on Jan. 10, officers executed the search...
Residents can say goodbye to the unseasonably warm weather Prince Albert saw over the weekend. The temperature rose to as high as -1.1C Monday, according to Environment Canada. That’s well above the average...
Jessie Korpess never thought she’d live past 90, never mind 100, yet that’s exactly what she’s done. Korpess, who was born in Prince Albert in 1914, celebrated her 105th birthday over the weekend, with many of...

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