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Letter to the editor: With friends like that!

You can hardly blame Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his scathing attack on the Obama administration after its refusal to veto the UN Security...

A Holiday message from the Daily Herald newsroom

T’is the night before Christmas, and all through P.A. People hustle and bustle to prepare for the big day. The decorations are set, lights shining bright, Sparkling...

Look out for each other

The message form Parkland Ambulance spokesperson Lyle Karasiuk (Caring for the cold, Dec. 23) couldn’t be any clearer – we have to help our...

Poverty rates distressing

The news that Prince Albert has one of the highest rates of child poverty in the province is troubling. According to a report by researchers...

Meet the new editor of the Daily Herald

Peter Lozinski joins the Daily Herald team Good morning Prince Albert! My name is Peter and I’ll be your new editor. I know having a new editor...

Thumbs up, thumbs down

A lot went on at city hall this week. Here are some thoughts on what happened in a busy week in local politics. Thumbs up...

The liquor store question

Did Prince Albert’s elected officials do the right thing when they rejected the addition of a new private liquor store in the city? Was this...

Looking for political passion

The provincial election is only a few days away, but our attention’s already beginning its shift to the Oct. 26 civic election. Yes, Prince Albert’s...

City councillors know what’s up

With every election season, it’s a safe bet that every viable candidate will express an interest in gaining insight from members of the public. We’ve...

Lots to remember on April 4

Remember last year, when the Prince Albert-based North Sask. Laundry closed up shop due to the province’s privatization of health region laundry services? They centralized...

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