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Northern First Nations are cracking down on liquor coming to their communities through the Prince Albert airport
The Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District (PADBID) is warning businesses that a lady has been using PADBID cheques in downtown stores. According to an email sent late Friday, Conexus has confirmed three cheques have been cashed between Dec. 18,...
The police are investigating a pair of incidents from Thursday morning where a man with a knife approached people demanding money. As reported in Friday’s Daily Herald, in the first incident at about 10:40 a.m., an unknown man approached an...
Those wanting to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, but who weren’t able to attend last week’s discussion put on by the Senior’s Advocacy Centre, will have another chance Tuesday evening. Explore Lifelong Learning and the John M....

Final road trip

Northern Bears play in Shellbrook and Pinehouse for Hockey Day in Saskatchewan The Prince Albert Northern Bears will be looking for a return to the win column this weekend as the team takes on the Swift Current Diamond Energy Wildcats. The...
The Prince Albert Police Service is asking for the public's assistance to locate a missing person. The Prince Albert Police are asking for assistance in locating 29-year-old Nicole Gutka. Gutka has not been seen or heard from since Dec. 26, 2016...

Safety and security

Ward 3 residents raise concern about everything from bylaw infractions to gang activity at neighbourhood meeting A familiar topic reared it’s head again on Thursday as residents from across Ward 3 gathered for the city’s third neighbourhood meeting of the...
Young people at the Prince Albert Grand Council’s four-day forum on sovereignty and treaty relations heard a powerful message: get political and stand up for your treaty rights When Sol Sanderson was a young man, his elders taught him many...
A plan discussed at the Prince Albert Grand Council’s sovereignty and treaty forum completely rethinks the relationship between Ottawa and First Nations Delegates to the Prince Albert Grand Council’s forum on sovereignty and treaty relations walked away with a stash...
St. Mary glee club to collaborate with U of S choir at weekend concert St. Mary High School music teacher Kayleigh Skomorowski said it’s important for secondary school music programs to give students an understanding of where they can go...

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