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The Saskatchewan Library Association (SLA) wanted to do something special to celebrate its 75th anniversary, and they’re hoping the province will join in the festivities. Throughout March, the SLA is encouraging Saskatchewan residents to read The Education of Augie Merasty:...
Even though roughly 80 per cent of all parking tickets issued in 2016 were paid at the early discount payment stage, the amount of outstanding fees owed to the City of Prince Albert is on the rise. As of the...
A Prince Albert student is one of 30 from across Canada chosen as a winner in the RBC Black History Month Student Essay Competition. In preparation for Canada’s 150th birthday, RBC asked students to reflect on the contribution of black...
Colin Fraser never expected his family-owned store would win any kind of award. The local owner of OK Tire, along with his wife, Lisa, has won the national Ok Tire Store of the Year award, beating out over 300 stores...
Four very funny people are coming to Prince Albert next week. The Snowed In Comedy Tour, one of the biggest comedy tours in the country, will come to Prince Albert for one night only on March 7 for a performance...
Bishop Albert Thevenot given annual seniors award on March 2 for work in the community Bishop Albert Thevenot thought he was at Plaza 88 Thursday just to give a speech about aging gracefully. But John Fryters and the rest of the representatives...
Prince Albert MP Randy Hoback had a busy Thursday. With stops in Melfort, and at Plaza 88 for the Seniors Advocacy Centre banquet, the MP was seen all over the riding. But that busy schedule didn’t stop Hoback from meeting...
Elias Ballantyne said he feared for his life, in an attempted murder case that will hinge on a theory of self-defence
Constable Linda Lair, one of the Prince Albert Police Service’s forensic identification officers, said her work is nothing like you see on TV. But she still gets the bad guys.
After a five-month investigation, police have made an arrest for last October's homicide near Christopher Lake. The RCMP reported that they charged 28-year-old Ryan Clark of Paddockwood with second-degree murder. He was arrested without incident on Wednesday morning. They also...

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