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Downtown businesses left with minimal damage following Sunday fire

A trio of downtown businesses didn't suffer too much damage from a small fire on Sunday evening.In a Facebook...

Prince Albert area students chosen for first Sask. youth council

“It's a really great opportunity and I hope to take something back to my school.” - Elizabeth PalaGrade...

Weekend rollover claims life of 14-year-old boy

A 14-year-old is deceased after a single vehicle rollover south of Prince Albert Sunday.The Prince Albert RCMP were...

SaskPower crews headed to Manitoba after premier declares state of emergency

Equipment, materials and 23 SaskPower employees are on their way to help Manitoba following a major blizzard that severely damaged the province’s electrical grid.

Education, immigration and the Languages Act top list of concerns at SCFPA election forum

Michel Dubé has deep roots in Saskatchewan.His grandfather was one of the first French-speaking politicians in the Saskatchewan legislature,...

Thinking about Thanksgiving

It took me until Wednesday this week to clue in that Monday is Thanksgiving.Really, I shouldn’t be...

19 years, 22.6 km, one dream: crews pave last portion of Rotary Trail

Nineteen years after a group of Prince Albert residents kicked off a dream to build an accessible trail around the perimeter of the city,...

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Canadian Tire Classic ends in a tie

By Lucas Punkari / October 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
While members of the Carlton Crusaders and St. Mary Marauders were taking turns hoisting the Canadian Tire Cup on Thursday night, Marauders bench boss Curt Hundeby was wondering what could have been. After the Marauders had driven their way into...

World-class pianist Ian Parker hopes to move Prince Albert with variations tour

By Jayda Noyes / October 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
“I didn't realize...that piano was an extra curricular activity, it was just what you do.” Canadian pianist Ian Parker is making a stop in Prince Albert next week to shine a light on classical music. The performance is on Oct....

19 years, 22.6 km, one dream: crews pave last portion of Rotary Trail

By Peter Lozinski / October 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
Nineteen years after a group of Prince Albert residents kicked off a dream to build an accessible trail around the perimeter of the city, the project is finally complete. Dignitaries, volunteers, trail users and committee members gathered on the west...

Wesmor students surprised with trip to WE Day

By Peter Lozinski / October 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
A group of 14 Wesmor students is being rewarded for their work as leaders in their school community. Wednesday morning, the students were surprised by the news that they are being flown to Winnipeg by WestJet to attend WE Day...

Local writers talk creating connections with creativity

By Jayda Noyes / October 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
“Literacy, it's not just about words and language—it's about relationships and friendships and comfort and culture.” - Alma Newman The Prince Albert Literacy Network celebrated its 30th anniversary on Thursday afternoon with a panel presentation of a local tutor and...

Prince Albert area students chosen for first Sask. youth council

By Jayda Noyes / October 15, 2019 / 0 Comments
“It's a really great opportunity and I hope to take something back to my school.” - Elizabeth Pala Grade 12 students attending schools in and around Prince Albert will soon be representing Saskatchewan students on the province's first youth council....

SaskPower crews headed to Manitoba after premier declares state of emergency

By Daily Herald Staff / October 14, 2019 / 0 Comments
Equipment, materials and 23 SaskPower employees are on their way to help Manitoba following a major blizzard that severely damaged the province’s electrical grid. SaskPower is providing aid as part of a Mutual Assistance Agreement, something commonly established between utility...

Raiders deal Fonstad to Silvertips

By Daily Herald Staff / October 13, 2019 / 0 Comments
For the second time in a little over a week, the Prince Albert Raiders have dealt one of the key members of last year's championship lineup to the Western Conference. In a move that's the biggest deal thus far in...

Provincial high school cross country champions crowned at Prime Ministers’ Park

By Lucas Punkari / October 12, 2019 / 0 Comments
Saskatoon Walter Murray's Moktar Abodu Said made the most of his final chance to earn a gold medal at the SHSAA provincial high school cross country meet. The Grade 12 student, who finished second in last year's provincials in Delisle,...

Canada Life commits $20K to Vic. Hospital Foundation’s cardiac health campaign

By Jayda Noyes / October 10, 2019 / 0 Comments
"it just seemed like the right thing to do.”- Debbie Down, Canada Life The Victoria Hospital Foundation has received a $20,000 pledge towards this year's Give a Little Life Day campaign. Canada Life, a domestic life insurance company, is putting...