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Study examining health benefits of jigging

Bailey Sutherland, Daily Herald  A study by Heather Foulds, an assistant professor at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Kinesiology, will...

The next generation of blacksmiths hit the forge

Ramsey Rude started the day trying to build fireplace set, something that could hold the spade, the tongs and a fire poker.

Justice for Jordan

Ann Merasty remembers her cousin Jordan Ballantyne as a kind and generous man who quickly made friends. They grew up...

From seed to plate: La Loche school using farm to educate and promote nutrition

“It's been rejuvenating, or a burst of energy for me as an educator."- Dakota Decaux, Dene High School teacher

Ontario evacuation on hold as wildfires shrink

Evacuees from wildfires in a northwestern Ontario community are not currently expected in Prince Albert as conditions improve. Roughly 420 people...

1 deceased, 1 injured after Montreal Lake vehicle rollover

A 19-year-old man is deceased and another 17-year-old male has non-life threatening injuries after a single vehicle rollover in Montreal Lake.

Resting, reading and remembering

Angela Morrison was a bubbly high school graduate who loved gymnastics, scary movies, her siblings and reading. After she lost...

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One taken to hospital after car crashes into Co-op food store

By Daily Herald / July 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
Paramedics took one person to hospital on Friday after a car crashed into the Lake Country Co-op Food Store in Prince Albert. Located in the Cornerstone area on 15th Street East, the building and the red car suffered significant damage....

Two youths deceased due to suspected carbon monoxide poisoning

By Peter Lozinski / July 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
Two youths, aged 12 and 13, died tragically Tuesday due to suspected carbon monoxide poisoning. The Prince Albert RCMP responded to a report of an unresponsive 12-year-old boy and 13-year-old girl at about 1:40 p.m. at a residence in a...

Residents given new way to help stop graffiti

By Daily Herald / July 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
Bailey Sutherland, Daily Herald The Prince Albert Police Service is encouraging residents to take a stand against graffiti and to contact the Prince Albert Bylaw Enforcement Unit’s Summer Student Graffiti Program if they notice their property has been vandalized. Local...

From seed to plate: La Loche school using farm to educate and promote nutrition

By Jayda Noyes / July 15, 2019 / 0 Comments
“It's been rejuvenating, or a burst of energy for me as an educator."- Dakota Decaux, Dene High School teacher A northern Saskatchewan school is feeding their students fresh produce thanks to a grant for a year-round modular farm. In remote...

Prince Albert to receive Ontario wildfire evacuees

By Peter Lozinski / July 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
Prince Albert is in line to receive a few hundred wildfire evacuees from Northern Ontario. Saskatchewan answered a call for assistance put out by the Ontario Government Wednesday seeking help accommodating evacuees fleeing wildfire and smoke in the northern portion...

Trappers take home gold

By Jason Kerr / July 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
After four tense, nail-biting games, the Prince Albert Midget Trappers can call themselves provincial champions. The Trappers went undefeated at the Saskatchewan box lacrosse provincial championships in Saskatoon, securing the title with an 8-6 victory over the Regina Attack on...

Protas signs pro deal

By Peter Lozinski / July 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
The Washington Capitals have signed Prince Albert Raiders forward Aliaksei Protas to an entry-level contract. The three-year deal carries an average annual value of $716,666. The forward from Vitebsk, Belarus was picked 91st overall by the Capitals, who traded up...

New mental health beds a welcome start, but more must be done NDP says

By Peter Lozinski / July 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
The new mental health beds coming to Prince Albert and other communities are a welcome start, but far from adequate to keep up with the need, NDP mental health critic Danielle Chartier says. The 75 new beds, 25 high-intensity and...

City recycles bins for compost

By Jayda Noyes / July 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
The City of Prince Albert is selling affordable compost bins they've repurposed from old garbage and recycling ones. They've been customized by Kin Enterprises to use in your backyard. The compost bins are for sale at the landfill in two...

Province considering tougher distracted driving rules

By Daily Herald / July 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
Bailey Sutherland, Daily Herald The number of distracted drivers has gone up in May and the province is looking at implementing harsher punishments. The dramatic rise in numbers, with 1042 distracted driving fines issued in May, are due to an...

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