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Local self-help author to follow up debut release with a new pair of books When Tammie Leonard released her debut self-help book, Thoughts to Give You Wings, in 2013, the Prince Albert writer sought to help women overcome hardship and...
Californian old-time country band makes first trip to Alberta and Saskatchewan San Francisco country music band the Vivants touched down on prairie soil for the first time this week, and so far the experience has been “pretty awesome.” “We’re going 50...
Parallel municipal elections kick off in 13 Prince Albert schools While some Prince Albert residents were still mulling over their votes on Tuesday, elementary and high school students across Prince Albert were busy casting them. A total of 13 local schools...
New Victoria Hospital family room seeing lots of use, but needs volunteers With construction finished on the new Ronald McDonald Family Room in Victoria Hospital, administrators have turned their attention to the next hurdle they need to clear: volunteers. The organization...
Edmonton paramedic uses art to close old wounds Daniel Sundahl thought he could save everyone when he first became a paramedic. He soon realized that he couldn’t. Sundahl, who’s based out of Edmonton, learned there’s only so much a paramedic can do...
Artist Annette Henbid returns to Amy’s on Second for first solo show since 2009 Local artist Annette Henbid held her first major solo exhibition at the Prince Albert restaurant Amy’s on Second seven years ago. She has exhibited her work at...
Regina singer Brenda Lee Cottrell pays tribute to the chanteuses of the 1960s Brenda Lee Cottrell was raised in a musical household. Her father sang and played accordion in the local Saturday night dance band while her mother was always playing...
Local couple honoured for rescue efforts in 2015 accident Terry and Rhonda Roach had little idea what awaited them when they hopped in their car on a chilly November morning one year ago. The couple was travelling along Hwy 2 north...
Firefighters worked for hours to put out a blaze at Meath Park School, with a fire chief estimating "hundreds of thousands" in damage All students and staff are safe after a fire ripped through Meath Park School on Thursday, about...
In part four of our series on the major issues of this campaign, we asked Conrad Burns, Martin Ring and Greg Dionne how they plan to address First Nations concerns At the Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce mayoral...

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