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Home for Christmas

When volunteers roll out the turkey and stuffing at the annual Community Christmas Dinner on Sunday, the event will look a little different than it did 16 years ago. Roughly 700 people attended that inaugural dinner back in 2000, which...
Mann Art Gallery curator Jesse Campbell reflects on 2016 in art Mann Art Gallery (MAG) director and curator Jesse Campbell said 2016 was a “fantastic” year for the gallery, largely due to the long-awaited arrival of a prominent new addition...

Brief hibernation

Northern Bears break for Christmas second in league standings with a perfect road record The Prince Albert Northern Bears are in a favourable position heading into the Christmas break. With only three losses in their first 17 games of the season...
Members from the Prince Albert RCMP are asking the public for their assistance in locating Sheena Halkett, a 32-year-old female from the Prince Albert area.  Sheena was reported missing to the Prince Albert RCMP on September 23, 2016.  Investigators...
Police seized 1,380 grams of marijuana on Tuesday, in a bust that also found $12,600 in cash. The operation stemmed from a joint investigation involving two specialized teams, both of which include members the RCMP and the Prince Albert Police...

The waiting game

The Prince Albert Housing Authority’s general manager says they’re making repairs as quickly as they can to the Sherman Towers apartment building, but maintains the problem isn’t as severe as residents think. In an interview on Thursday, Dave Deobald said...
Eden Shirley was out on a call when she received the news. The five-year veteran of Parkland  Ambulance was one of the employees working nights during the company’s Christmas party. Her friend sent her a text. Shirley had been named employee of...
A Prince Albert police officer dismissed more than six years ago for “discreditable conduct” has lost his appeal to be reinstated. On Dec. 6, 2017, the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan found that a lower court was correct in upholding...
E.A. Rawlinson Centre’s Darren McCaffery calls 2016 a year of artistic growth for P.A. Citing the arrival of new performance spaces and increased collaboration between disparate arts bodies, E.A. Rawlinson Centre general manager Darren McCaffery says 2016 was a year...
It takes a lot to lead a police force. In the view of Prince Albert’s police chief, you need to be caring, empathetic, disciplined and “good looking.” But most of all, you need to be strong. That’s why Chief Troy...
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