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Prince Albert
Thursday, November 21, 2019

KCTI Travels expands routes into Alberta

Jayda Noyes, Daily HeraldA Prince Albert-based transportation service started a Saskatoon to Edmonton route on Monday to fill voids left behind by Greyhound.The owner...

Charges laid after woman found deceased, teen injured

RCMP have charged three suspects in relation to a firearms dispute on Saturday that started at Montreal Lake Cree Nation and ended north of...

Police respond to break-and-enters, impaired driver and robberies over weekend

Prince Albert police received 189 calls for service this past weekend between 7 p.m. on Friday night and 7 a.m. on Monday morning.Break-and-entersPolice have...

Province funds $2.7 million to P.A. policing

The provincial government is providing $2.7 million through Municipal Police Grants to Prince Albert.The money goes towards two initiatives.First, the Ministry of Policing and...

One deceased, one injured after firearms incidents

RCMP are investigating firearms incidents that took place this weekend at Montreal Lake Cree Nation and continued on Highway 2.At about 10:15 a.m. on...

All-female country band pulls the reins in P.A.

Jayda Noyes, Daily HeraldA member of the Alberta-based band Nice Horse said smaller cities like Prince Albert “are where (they) like to be.”The all-female country group...

Sask. Polytechnic honours Louis Riel’s fight for Métis rights

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald “Without education, that's where racism comes." - Shelley Belhumeur Saskatchewan Polytechnic continued the tradition of a Métis flag raising on Friday for...

Sask. residents support consent to enter private property

The results of a provincial survey revealed most respondents think if someone wants to enter privately-owned rural property, they need permission first.The government released...

Sask. Penitentiary inmate recaptured

The Prince Albert Police Service has apprehended a man who escaped from the Saskatchewan Penitentiary.On Wednesday night, staff members realized 20-year-old Edward Daniel Ross...

Cluster of whooping cough cases hits Rosthern and area

Jayda Noyes, Daily HeraldA Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) doctor is warning the public about whooping cough after 25 cases were confirmed in Rosthern and...