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'Every driver CAN be subject to the test, not WILL be subject to the test in Prince Albert.' - Sgt. Jesse Barlow While new regulations taking effect next Tuesday make it easier for officers to take and demand breath samples...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Jonathon Bergen was surrounded by family, the board of police commissioners and past and present members of the Police Albert Police Service (PAPS) as he officially became chief on Monday. The swearing-in ceremony, conducted by Provincial Court...
While Prince Albert's newest lawyers come from a variety of backgrounds, there is one thing they all have in common – it’s taken them years to get to where they were Friday. That’s when the five newest inductees to the...
Prince Albert city council will be back for another day of budget meetings after the proposed general fund budget failed to pass at Monday’s regular council meeting. Councillors Evert Botha, Charlene Miller, Terra Lennox-Zepp and Dennis Nowoselsky all voted against...
As a reporter, you get used to covering every nook and cranny of Prince Albert, but on this rare occasion, we’ve stumbled across a street I can’t find without a map. Technically it’s not even a street. It’s a crescent,...
A man was scheduled to appear in Prince Albert Provincial Court on Monday for charges related to a Friday weapons incident. The Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) conducted a vehicle stop on the 700 block of 17th Street West at...
Prince Albert police arrested and charged a 27-year-old man after he allegedly fled from officers in a stolen vehicle. At about 11:15 p.m. on Sunday, police tried to stop a white SUV travelling north on 5th Avenue East. The suspect attempted...

On angel wings

Angel’s Legacy Project hoping to raise awareness about importance, and challenges, of organ donation Taryn Svenson knew what it was like to watch a loved one wait for an organ donor. Now, she also knows what it’s like when your loved...
More people in Prince Albert are working and more people are looking for work than this time last year. The latest job numbers from Statistics Canada show that by the end of November this year, about 1,700 more people are...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The federal and provincial governments are funding 150 more child care spaces in Saskatchewan—54 of them are here in Prince Albert. The spots belong to Children's Choice Child Development and Co-operative, who partner with Prince Albert Catholic...

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