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A medium-security inmate at Saskatchewan Penitentiary told us how the deadly riot started, how it went down and what happened next One day, at Saskatchewan Penitentiary, Devon Paskimin got a grilled cheese sandwich. That was his lunch, garnished with a...
Prince Albert’s Navy League program has a problem, but it’s one administrators are happy to have.Due to an influx in enrolment, the cadet squadron is dealing with a shortage of uniforms. It’s a problem they hope to fix with...
Service calls to the Prince Albert Fire Department will likely be lower than they were one year ago, and department officials credit education and control burn programs for the drop.The department received its 1000th call for service this year...
A youth charged in the 2015 death of Johnathon Kasagan was acquitted, after a judge found he acted in self-defense.The acquittal took place in October. The young man’s lawyer, Peter Abrametz, contacted the Daily Herald to spread the word...
Beardy’s and Okemasis First Nation will receive $4.5 million in compensation for treaty annuities withheld after the North-West Rebellion.
When Christmas day rolls around, some people brace themselves to feed a few dozen family members.But when December 25 comes by for Isabelle Impey, it means it's time to feed several hundred.Impey is the coordinator of the annual Prince...
Wounded Warriors Weekend uses surplus to provide veterans with service dog before Christmas Thanks to generous donors from across the country and right here in Saskatchewan, a veteran received a special gift right before Christmas.Courtesy the Wounded Warrior Weekend project,...
Emergency responders were busy over the Christmas season, as a plethora of collisions kept them on their toes last weekend.In a recap of their major calls from the weekend, Parkland Ambulance sent out five media releases detailing six collisions....
Family members with loved ones serving time at Saskatchewan Penitentiary will be able to visit their loved ones - just in time for Christmas.According to a report by Global News, the institution has moved to a modified routine after...
You’re alone, hemmed in by four walls. You get a book, a paper and a safety pencil – a radio, perhaps. At night, you can’t see the stars.A guard checks on you once an hour. It’s your main human...