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An inaugural golf tournament organized by local first responders was a success in more ways than one. The tournament, put on by representatives from the fire department and from Parkland Ambulance, was able to raise funds for two local charities...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The president of the Saskatchewan Medical Association (SMA) wants to see improved accessibility of mental health services in the province. Dr. Siva Karunakaran made a stop in Prince Albert Wednesday evening to meet with physicians from the...
Saskatchewan RCMP have confirmed Emma O'Keeffe, 6, has been found safe. She was found in North Battleford around 6:45 a.m. on Monday after being missing for just short of 14 hours. https://twitter.com/RCMPSK/status/1041679548788760576 Cpl. Rob King said workers in a remote, industrial area...
The provincial government’s Francophone Affairs branch translated thousands of words and expanded services for French-speakers in Saskatchewan during the 2017-18 year, the department’s annual report said. The report was released Friday. It looked at the various services the branch provides,...
Ten people have been hospitalized, but no one is dead after a collision involving a semi truck and a bus in Kerrobert at the intersections of highways 21, 31 and 51 Friday evening. According to an RCMP press release, there...
A couple months after Parks Canada declared a wildfire extinguished, animals are coming back to their recovering homes in Prince Albert National Park. The Rabbit Creek wildfire blazed over its control line on May 6 when higher than forecasted winds...
Prince Albert police arrested two males, ages 17 and 15, on Thursday for firearms-related offences. This was after receiving a report of a male with outstanding warrants at the 200 block of 10th Street East. Police were dispatched around 4...
Messages of support and remembrance were everywhere in Humboldt Wednesday; before, during and after the game. Signs with the victims’ names on them lined the driveway to the Elgar Peterson Arena. Sticks were left out by the Broncos office. Benches...
City council has rejected a plan to cut the Prince Albert Police Service budget over the next two years, however some councillors have signaled their appetite for “more efficient” policing. On Monday, council defeated a motion from Coun. Dennis Nowoselsky...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald If you're looking for Lawton Partners on Prince Albert's South Industrial Drive, you won't find it. The financial planning company invested in a new office located on 210 - 25th St. West, near Parkland Ambulance Care. Senior partner...

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