Jury returns not guilty verdict in historical sexual assault trial

“Starkly contrasting.”That’s how Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Brian Scherman described the main evidence put to the jury over three...

Accused in historical sexual assault trial says complainant initiated sexual...

A very different version of events was presented to the judge and jury at the Court of Queen’s Bench Tuesday afternoon as the...

‘Never’ – Complainant stands by story during cross-examination in historical sexual...

The complainant — and primary Crown witness — in a historical sexual assault trial being heard in front of a judge and jury...

Woman testifies against alleged attacker in first day of historical sexual...

** Ed note: This story contains graphic content that some readers may find upsetting.Tears flowed at Court of Queen’s Bench...

Winter Festival gala honours Gordy Sproull, voice of the dogsleds

Gordy Sproull is used to getting a crowd going.Usually, though, they’re not cheering for him.

Fewer people choosing to drive impaired, police chief says

While both property and violent crime rose in Prince Albert last year, Police Chief Jon Bergen was pleased to see that at least one...

YWCA hoping to house vulnerable youth

The YWCA is hoping a new project will help youth in experiencing or at risk of homelessness find someone safe and supportive to live.

Police focusing on drugs, violence and guns in 2020

“Readily available” methamphetamine and opioids are playing a factor in recent increases in violent and property crime, Prince Albert’s police chief said Wednesday, as...

Health Canada reminding residents to test homes for radon levels

Health Canada is reminding residents about the importance of testing their homes for radon.Radon is a lung cancer risk. It’s...

Raider fans hand Hospice an assist

A December fundraiser held by the Prince Albert Raiders helped local families get into the spirit of the season while also raising money for...