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The man who pleaded guilty to kidnapping and sexual assault in a July amber alert won't know his sentencing date until March 2. Jared John Charles, who was 19 when he was arrested and charged, was due in court Friday...
New music teacher makes her St. Mary directorial debut at annual Christmas show After the final notes of the Hallelujah Chorus ring out and the curtain falls at the annual St. Mary High School Christmas Concert, music teacher Erika Rybinski...
Indigenous storyteller speaking in Prince Albert Monday Stories saved Joseph Naytowhow’s life. The Indigenous storyteller, knowledge keeper and motivational speaker will be in Prince Albert Monday at Sask Polytech as a part of aboriginal storytelling month. The local campus is hosting two...
Firefighters rushed into a hostile fire on Monday evening, after getting reports that people might still be inside a burning home. But after searching the residence, on 14 Street West near 15 Avenue West, they determined that no one was...
The leader of the Assembly of First Nations addressed Saskatchewan's chiefs in Prince Albert Thursday, calling on them to help hold the government to account

Hunting for jobs

For recently arrived immigrants, finding a job in their new country can be a daunting challenge. On Wednesday, more than 100 of them were meeting that challenge head on. Job seekers from across the city arrived at the Quality Hotel in...
Dave Diebert Saskatoon StarPhoenix Marlene Bird, who died in hospital in Prince Albert on Monday, will be remembered as "a symbol of resiliency," forgiveness and dignity, say people who knew her. Bird, 50, lost both her legs and much of her eyesight...
The Mann Art Gallery’s Wolf Back a Beer fundraiser will have a different focus this year, and organizers couldn’t be happier. The annual event began six years ago to raise money for the purchase of a bronze wolf sculpture by...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Soon children will immerse in bright-coloured slides, monkey bars and swings where wheelchairs or walkers won't limit their play. Prince Albert will have an accessible playground at Alfred Jenkins Field House this October, where over 20 volunteers...
The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities conference held last week was “tense” Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne said in an interview. “That’s the best word, probably, and of course that’s because of the rural crime thing that was a big...

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