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Jason Kerr

Jason Kerr
Jason Kerr is a reporter with the Prince Albert Daily Herald. You can reach him at 306-764-4276 ext. 248, by email at or on Twitter @kerr_jas.

National Aboriginal Day set to go in Prince Albert

Dancers, trappers, musicians and artisans are poised to take over the Art Hauser Centre today with one goal in mind: increasing cultural understanding. A variety of musical, culinary and artistic events are scheduled throughout the afternoon, as National Aboriginal Day celebrations kick off in Northern...

New acts mix with familiar faces at 2017 Country at the Creek

After several successful years, organizers of Country at the Creek are looking to expand on a good thing. The annual country music extravaganza is scheduled to begin on June 22, and for the first time since it’s inception, the festival will be a three-day affair. Event...

Meat on the grill

With their inaugural year under their belts, the Prince Albert Rotary Club is bringing Ribfest back for a second year at a new location. After holding the first ever Prince Albert Ribfest on the Exhibition Grounds last July, this year the club has switched the...

Royals down Blues, advance to league final

The Prince Albert Midget Royals jumped out to an early lead on Sunday and never looked back. Aided by solid pitching performances from Evan Leclaire and Ben Denysiuk, the Royals downed the visiting Porcupine Plain Blues 3-2 in Sunday’s league semi-final at Andy Zwack Field. The...

Outlaws ride big first period to victory

The Prince Albert Outlaws built up a big first period lead and never looked back as they closed out their inaugural season with a 14-6 victory at Kinsmen Arena. Tyler Tilford and Javan Bexson both scored hat tricks, and Tanner Fetch picked up the win...

Kids march for kids in Prince Albert

Prince Albert youth spent their Thursday lunch hour marching on City Hall, but their message was a positive one. Students from Westview Public School gathered in Memorial Square during the Thursday lunch hour to promote Kids Matter Day. For students like Shilijah Rabbitskin, it was an...

Honouring the past by planting for the future

The City of Prince Albert will be looking a little bit greener when Canada 150 celebrations roll around in July. On Thursday, city officials, along with delegates from Tree Canada, the Indian-Métis Friendship Centre and the Prince Albert Food Coalition, gathered at Mair Park to...

Going out with a bang

Dyllen Bieker and Katrina Bear took slightly different paths to being honoured for their athletic achievements, but their reactions were almost identical. On Monday, Bieker and Bear were named Carlton Comprehensive Public High School’s Male and Female Athlete’s of the Year, respectively. Although both athletes...

Carlton alumnus has eye on Tokyo

Brock Munro has faced his share of challenges on the wrestling mat over the years, but the next one will be his biggest. Munro, who won a provincial championship as a Grade 12 student at Carlton Comprehensive Public High School five years ago, just finished...

Late charge falls short

It was a rough start for the Prince Albert Outlaws in more ways than one on Friday. The visiting Saskatoon Steelers jumped out to an early lead and held off a late Outlaw charge to win 12-9 in a penalty filled affair at the Kinsmen...

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