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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...
The Daily Herald spent an evening with Pat Lucier at the YWCA’s cold weather shelter, a refuge for those fleeing the looming winter Gregory staggers down the stairs of the YWCA’s Our House shelter. He’s got long, lightly matted hair...
Some candidates are offering rides to get their supporters to the polls, with one ferrying voters in a stretch limousine With the election a week away, candidates are preparing to get their voters to the polls. The four mayoral candidates...
Cast members recollect fond memories of hit T.V. show during stop in Prince Albert When actors Ted Lange and Fred Grandy auditioned for roles in a new television series called The Love Boat, they were just hoping to land a...
Local partnership looking to restart annual parade A pair of local business groups have announced plans to bring back a beloved Prince Albert tradition. The Prince Albert Downtown Business Improvement District (PADBID) and the Gateway Mall have partnered together to try...
Jailbirds help raise $22,000 for Canadian Cancer Society Jackie Langlois didn’t expect to end up in jail when she got up this morning, but by lunchtime that’s where she was. Langlois was part of a steady parade of “jailbirds” who took...
Delegates elected Chris Jobb vice chief of the Prince Albert Grand Council in a nail-biter vote. He hopes to tackle addictions and suicide in member communities. The Prince Albert Grand Council elected a new vice chief Tuesday, as Chris Jobb...

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