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A 13-year veteran of the Prince Albert Police Service has been charged with impaired driving. The incident dates back to March 3, when police received a complaint about a possible impaired driver at about 1:45 a.m. The private vehicle and...
A plane that crashed in Fond-Du-Lac late last year was not de-iced before takeoff, investigators say. The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) issued an update into the collision Monday. They stressed the update contains no conclusions about the factors...
A Prince Albert man will receive one of the highest honours in the country for his valiant efforts saving a life in 2013. Ronald Minter of Prince Albert and Const. Elmer Russell of the Saskatchewan RCMP are receiving the Medal...
Mayor Dionne says Prince Albert will face costs from marijuana legalization, so the city should get its share of the expected tax revenues
Prince Albert’s Syrian community came together to support a nervous refugee couple, who waited in hospital after their six-year-old daughter was hit by a truck. Rimas al-Othman was crossing the street at about 2:35 p.m. Tuesday, after leaving daycare at...
Police confirm that a body was found near the train tracks last week – the second such incident in about a month – but say that the death was not criminal in nature. Last Tuesday, at about 5:45 p.m., police got a...
Next week at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre, one man will take the Prince Albert audience to a galaxy far, far away. Canadian actor Charles Ross will be in town presenting his One-Man Star Wars Trilogy. The actor has brought his...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Moose Jaw paramedic visits Prince Albert for emergency services music project For advanced care paramedic Nicholas Hennink, years of seeing death and trauma accumulated into an addiction crisis. His road to recovery inspired him to travel across Saskatchewan...
Three pedestrians and a cyclist were injured in motor vehicle collisions on Sunday. Parkland Ambulance media liaison Lyle Karasiuk said a spike in pedestrian-vehicle collisions is typical at the onset of warmer weather, when more people are out and about....
The Rawlinson Centre stage will be transformed into a Grand Ol’ Opry-like atmosphere Sunday afternoon as 22 of the region’s best country music acts will stage a tribute to all things country. The tribute to country music is being put...

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