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A city councillor’s family company is being sued for more than $1.6 million, after allegedly failing to make loan payments and keep up with bills for 352 carats of diamonds. One dispute dates back to February 2011, when Embee Diamonds...
The personal representative of a Saudi Arabian princess has invested in Embee diamonds, the family company of councillor Evert Botha.
Tanisha Merasty hadn’t ever been in a pageant before Saturday’s Miss Saskatchewan World 2017 in Saskatoon. But that didn’t stop her. “That was my first time,” the Prince Albert teen said. “It was amazing.” Despite her lack of pageant experience, she won....
A precautionary drinking water advisory is in effect due to valve repairs being made on a water line near the intersection of Marquis Road and Second Avenue. The advisory affects the rural municipalities of Duck Lake and Prince Albert, and...
While winter did return for one last grasp over the weekend, spring is already in bloom for Parkland Restorative Justice. The faith-based charitable organization is hosting its second annual Spring Banquet in the Woods to help raise funds for their...
A suspected car thief crashed after fleeing from Prince Albert police, and then took off on foot with a pair of accomplices. But a police service dog successfully tracked the three suspects down. Police received a complaint of a stolen vehicle...
The opioid painkiller has been ravaging Vancouver and other major cities, causing a wave of overdose deaths, but has so far been rare in Prince Albert.
A fundraiser to support Carolyn Strom, the PA nurse penalized for criticizing her grandfather’s care over Facebook, has hit its target.
Gordon Crain has pleaded guilty to impaired driving causing death, nearly three years after killing 11-year-old Jared Bear on Muskoday First Nation.
A few dozen dedicated Catholics braved hail and lightning Friday, as they carried a wooden cross through downtown Prince Albert.

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