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A police chase that sped through Prince Albert involving a FedEx van ended in a ditch along Hwy. 11 between Hague and Neuanlage Tuesday. According to the Prince Albert police, at about 10:45 a.m., a man stole a FedEx van...
The Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) arrested two suspects last week after finding weapons during a traffic stop. At about 1:15 a.m. on Thursday, officers searched a vehicle that was parked on the 600 block of 18th Street West—they found...
Prince Albert's Integrated Street Enforcement Team (ISET) arrested two people last Wednesday for drugs and weapons offences. ISET is made up of officers from both the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) and RCMP. At approximately 12:05 p.m., they arrested a man...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Poppies floated through the air like feathers at the Prince Albert Armouries on Sunday to mark a century of freedom. It's not easy for Marie Mathers to remember, but she knows firsthand why Remembrance Day is important. She...
Several Prince Albert churches and the arts centre set to participate in Canada-wide, Legion-led initiative Marie Mathers expects chills will come over the people of Prince Albert on Sunday, not once, but twice. The longtime Prince Albert Legion member has been...
A longtime Prince Albert resident whose family has deep roots across central and northern Saskatchewan is sharing the story of her lost cousin for the first time. Florence Eytcheson, 88, said the time was right to tell the story of...
In addition to elected officials’ plans to attend Remembrance Day ceremonies across the province, the Government of Saskatchewan has been preparing to remember those who gave their lives with a trio of initiatives. The third of those initiatives was announced...
Overcrowding and construction in the province’s jails have left Pinegrove Correctional Centre over capacity, and about 30 male prisoners housed in the women’s facility gym. Pinegrove is the province’s only full female correctional facility. It houses both remanded and sentenced...
It wasn’t how Mayor Greg Dionne thought the 2019 budget deliberations would go, but Prince Albert city council had other plans. Dionne started the second day of meetings by arguing against a motion from Ward 3 Coun. Evert Botha to...
Single day rates and Seniors passes still going up, but not as high as originally proposed Prince Albert transit users will have a more expensive bus ride starting on Jan. 1, but the final tally isn’t as high as it...

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