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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Indigenous relay uses historical survival methods to team build

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Ninety students at Saskatchewan Polytechnic strived through the rain on Thursday hoping to come out on top for the Indigenous relay...

The UPS Store opens doors to Prince Albert

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald A printing company that began business in June declared themselves officially open Tuesday afternoon. The UPS Store doesn't align with the visual...

Princess Auto ready for business at new Prince Albert location

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Blue and yellow balloons and a large 'now open' banner are painting a new business in the Cornerstone area. Princess Auto decided...

Drugs, money and weapons seized leads to four arrests

A search warrant conducted by Prince Albert's Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) on Thursday afternoon resulted in four arrests. ISET is made up of members...

Campaign to support expanded Victoria Hospital nursery

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The Victoria Hospital Foundation is launching this year's Give a Little Life Day campaign with a $2.2 million goal to expand...

‘Trust is number one:’ newly certified fundraiser about donor generosity

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Donating to a non-profit requires trust that the organization will use the money appropriately. Gaining that trust is one reason why Sherry...

First Nations health organization celebrates 20 years in action

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Prince Albert's Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority (NITHA) had their 20th anniversary last week. The organization serves 33 First Nations communities in northern...

Indigenous artist captures rising resilience from historical truths

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The Mann Art Gallery holds Catherine Blackburn's newest works of warrior garments made out of Perler beads, showing fighters at the...

‘Where we fall short:’ mental health on radar of Sask. Medical Association president

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The president of the Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA) wants to see improved accessibility of mental health services in the province. Dr. Siva...

Wildlife returning after controlled Rabbit Creek fire ran askew

A couple months after Parks Canada declared a wildfire extinguished, animals are coming back to their recovering homes in Prince Albert National Park. The Rabbit...

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