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Chris Fuss still remembers the first time he tried an escape room game. He was in Calgary with his family, who were all big fans of board games, card games, crosswords, Sudoku, or just about any type of puzzle or...
Police are reaching out to the public to help find a missing 15-year-old girl. Tyra Moccasin was last seen on June 18, 2017 in Prince Albert. She is described as 5’4 tall and approximately 133 pounds, with brown eyes and...
A Prince Albert lifeguard will be learning from colleagues around the world later this year. Lauren Haubrich was selected to attend the World Drowning Prevention Emerging Leaders Workshop. She was selected by the Royal Life Saving Society to attend the workshop,...
The city overstepped its authority by not engaging in fair process when it banned a septic hauling company from accessing its facilities and told residents they wouldn’t receive the septic hauling rebate if they did business with the company,...
The provincial government expanded its fire ban to include all provincial crown land, provincial parks and recreation sites south of the Churchill River. The ban prohibits the "setting or propogation of any outdoor fire, other than a fire using charcoal...
Prince Albert is now filled to capacity with wildfire evacuees, with more than 700 people seeking safety with family or in hotels across the city. Deanna Valentine of Emergency Social Services told reporters that 640 people have now arrived in...
One of seven people charged with murder for a Pelican Narrows death is back in jail, after breaching his release conditions in Prince Albert. Brandon McCallum was found drunk in a vehicle outside the 7-Eleven on Branion Drive. Police took...
A Prince Albert man was found dead after an apparent hunting accident near Weirdale. Nipawin RCMP and Parkland Ambulance reported that the incident took place shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday in a rural field about 10 kilometres south of Weirdale. Through...
Both of Prince Albert’s school boards have announced their graduation rates for the last school year, and the news is mainly positive. Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division reports that 69.4 per cent of their students due to graduate in 2016-2017...
The chief’s seat at Fond Du Lac Denesuline First Nation is now empty, after a tribunal threw out the results of last month’s election. Louie Mercredi became chief after beating his first cousin, Kevin Mercredi, by only two votes. But...

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