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A 23-year-old has been charged with second-degree murder in relation to a death on Saturday morning in La Loche. Around 6:33 a.m., La Loche RCMP responded to a report of a man suffering from a gunshot wound outside of a...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald A Hollywood themed evening in Prince Albert will have the spotlight shining on children with special wishes. Make-A-Wish Saskatchewan is hosting An Evening with the Stars on Nov.17 at the Art Hauser Centre. The event—which includes a dinner,...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Police officers and mental health professionals are teaming up to better respond to those in mental health crises. The Police and Crisis Team (PACT) consists of two police officers, two social workers and a psychiatric nurse. According to...
A 14-year veteran of the Prince Albert Police Service has been found guilty of impaired driving. Judge Hugh Harradence ruled Const. Brett Henry was guilty of impaired driving at Prince Albert provincial court Friday. Staff at Original Joe's reported Henry...
Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald Two parties have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to further the province's healthcare. The University of Saskatchewan's College of Medicine and James Smith Cree Nation (JSCN)—located about 70 kilometres east of Prince Albert—have agreed to work...
SARM praises rural crime initiatives The Saskatchewan NDP says Scott Moe’s first Speech from the Throne shows his government has run out of ideas. The throne speech, delivered Wednesday to open the legislature, focused on crime prevention and safety, while also...
Sask. Party touts controlled spending, while NDP points to PST hike in Public Accounts, volume two The second volume of the province’s public accounts, which details ministry expenses and revenues along with details of salaries and outside purchases/contracts over $50,000,...
Province passed environmental assessment Thursday to move project forward The Star-Orion South Diamond Mine Project in the Fort à la Corne Forest is one step closer to becoming a reality after one of the longest environmental assessments in the province’s...
Promises aimed at helping victims of crime while cracking down on offenders, as well as planned legislation aimed at improving road safety on Saskatchewan highways are two of the priorities of Scott Moe’s provincial government during this sitting of...
Sask. will see charges on fuel and emissions charges on output-based pricing on electricity generation and natural gas in 2019 Saskatchewan residents will see gas prices go up by 4.4 cents per litre and natural gas costs up 3.9 cents...

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