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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Thursday, November 15, 2018

Cab driver assault, youth firearm and drug bust among police weekend calls

The Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) responded to 204 calls for service this weekend, making 22 arrests. Two of them involved the assault of...

Traffic stop results in weapons seizures

The Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) arrested two suspects last week after finding weapons during a traffic stop. At about 1:15 a.m. on Thursday, officers...

Police arrest two suspects after seizing drugs and weapons

Prince Albert's Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) arrested two people last Wednesday for drugs and weapons offences. ISET is made up of officers from both...

U of S business student receives 2018 Dmyterko Scholarship

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald "It'd be tough to think that this would be it." - Mason Issel, scholarship recipient Perry Dmyterko remembered his brother while handing...

‘It has to be done:’ P.A. remembers the sacrifices of soldiers

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Poppies floated through the air like feathers at the Prince Albert Armouries on Sunday to mark a century of freedom. It's not...

Sask. Polytechnic dinner opens up P.A. students to opportunity

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The Business and Industry Dinner on Thursday evening intended to relieve the fear off of student's at Prince Albert's Saskatchewan Polytechnic...

PAGC commemorates bravery of First Nations veterans

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Solemnity filled the Allen Bird Memorial Centre on Friday as dignitaries shared stories for the Prince Albert Grand Council's (PAGC) Remembrance...

École Vickers remembers

Jayda Noyes Daily Herald "There's so many people who sacrificed their lives so that we might have freedom. It wasn't for certain." - Paige Rolles,...

Gord Bamford’s drummer and guitarist return to hometown

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Playing in Prince Albert on the Honkytonks and Dive Bar Tour felt different for drummer Chad Melchert and guitarist Robin Pelletier. They...

Former P.A. police chief named head of Edmonton service

Dale McFee--who was the chief of the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) for eight years--is now taking on the role in Edmonton. The Edmonton Police...

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