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The taste of spring this part of the province has seen will give way to wind and snow over the weekend. A winter weather warning for the Prince Albert area was issued by Environment Canada Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. According to...
A short ceremony is planned in Prince Albert Saturday to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. The nation celebrated the centennial of the landmark battle last Saturday, April 9. A contingent of Indigenous veterans from the...
With the city dedicated to belt-tightening as opposed to tax increases to make up $2 million in its municipal budget, several departments, including the police and fire services, were asked to find savings. The city has committed to those savings...
In a victim impact statement made public Wednesday, Marlene Bird said she is feeling “lonely and traumatized” almost three years after losing both her legs to a brutal attack. Bird submitted the statement during a dangerous offender hearing for her...
Police are asking the public to help find a missing 42-year-old woman. Family members have been trying to locate Happy Mary Charles, who has not been seen or heard from since April 1. Her last known location was Prince Albert. Happy...

Playing with fire

Safety instructors are looking to give Prince Albert educators and firefighting personnel some insight into how children view fire safety, and some tips for increasing their awareness. On April 27, instructors will be in the city offering the Play Safe!...
A pair of Birch Hills students will be representing Saskatchewan on the national stage after taking home top spot in the cooking and baking competitions at the Provincial Trade Skills Competition in Saskatoon on April 8. Grade 10 student Kendall...
Carolyn Strom, a Prince Albert nurse slapped with a $26,000 penalty for a Facebook post, says she is appealing to a court of law
A police service dog helped solve a crime on Monday, after a suspected car thief tried to evade police at high speed.
Brad Dent has been picking up other people’s trash for 20 years. The Prince Albert resident lives on the edge of the Nordale neighbourhood, with a large property bordering the open backcountry. It’s from his Nordale home that Dent launches little...
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