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Gregg Rustulka’s Sunday morning routine is a little bit different from the average pastor.When he arrives at the Open Door Community Church of the Nazarene that he’s led for roughly 15 years, the first thing he does is check...
It took a little longer than expected, but Prince Albert city council has passed their 2018 budget.Council gave final approval during a meeting on Monday, but not after stiff opposition from councillors Charlene Miller and Terra Lennox-Zepp.The conflict didn’t...
There were few surprises as Saskatchewan Party leadership candidate Ken Cheveldayoff arrived in Prince Albert for his third official trip of the campaign.Cheveldayoff spoke to roughly 20 Rotary Club of Prince Albert members before taking questions during a stop...
It’s just one of many Christmas traditions in Prince Albert, and food bank executive director Wes Clark never gets tired of seeing it.On Tuesday, representatives from the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) stopped by the Prince Albert Food...

Up in arms

After a long hiatus, one of Prince Albert’s more robust Winter Festival traditions will make a return to Prince Albert.For the first time in two decades, the annual arm wrestling competition is back on the Winter Festival schedule. For...
When Paul Lomheim answered the phone a week ago he assumed it was another call about playing a musical gig.He was wrong.Instead it was the Prince Albert Winter Festival organizing committee, who wanted him to be their 2018 honourary...
A total of nine City of Prince Albert staff positions will be cut or left vacant as a result of this year’s budget crunch.City council voted in favour of the decision on Monday, as part of an ongoing effort...

Access denied

A proposal to allow snowmobiles access to Cosmo Lodge in Little Red River Park was shot down on Monday due to safety concerns.Prince Albert City Council voted unanimously to deny a request by the P.A. Trail Riders to allow...
Prince Albert’s largest arts venue will have a new operator in the New Year, and that news came as a surprise to the old one.On Thursday, the City of Prince Albert announced it was not renewing Star Development Corporation’s...
Star News Publishing, the owner of the Prince Albert Daily Herald, is pleased to announce that it has reached agreement with the Herald’s employees for an employee buyout of the Herald, led by publisher Donna Pfeil. The deal is...