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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 is a backup to the main one, which provides power to Prince Albert and surrounding...

Single lane on Central?

City residents have voted to reduce Central Avenue to one lane of traffic as a way to create a more pedestrian friendly downtown. Earlier this week, city administrators revealed the responses to a Central Avenue Streetscape Redevelopment survey asking residents...
Delisle Elementary School was under a hold and secure after being threatened on Wednesday afternoon. At about 12:30 p.m., both Delisle and Warman RCMP responded to the incident. They quickly and safely located the individual, who is now in their custody,...
RCMP are investigating two ATM thefts in rural Saskatchewan. Early last Thursday, police responded to a financial institution in Choiceland, where they found extensive damage on the outside of the building and an abandoned vehicle. The initial investigation found the vehicle...
Police want the public's assistance in finding a 15-year-old girl, Clarice Maurice, who was reported missing a month ago. They said the teen has been observed in the city and could be staying with friends. Maurice was last seen wearing a...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Ninety students at Saskatchewan Polytechnic strived through the rain on Thursday hoping to come out on top for the Indigenous relay challenge. Part of the fall equinox celebration, the relay isn't just running—it incorporates traditional methods Indigenous...
After two years of development and construction, the new Lake Country Co-Op food store in Prince Albert cut the ribbon for its grand re-opening Thursday. The newly-refurbished store has a popcorn kitchen with dozens of interesting popcorn flavours, a noodle...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald A printing company that began business in June declared themselves officially open Tuesday afternoon. The UPS Store doesn't align with the visual most associate with the company, said owner Bill Chow. “We're The UPS Store, which means the...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Blue and yellow balloons and a large 'now open' banner are painting a new business in the Cornerstone area. Princess Auto decided just over a year ago it needed to satisfy Prince Albert's farm, hydraulics and industrial...
It’s not just small families that need access to comfortable, affordable housing. For larger families, it can be hard to find something where everyone fits comfortably on a budget. But Tuesday, River Bank Development Corporation celebrated the grand opening of...

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