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Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Klassen ready to take next step

If you were trying to get in contact with Prince Albert’s Gabe Klassen this summer, the easiest place to find him was at the...

Parents, coach praise strength of survivors

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...

High school district golf champions crowned

A year ago, the Carlton Crusaders male golf team came away with a silver medal at the provincial high school championships in Estevan. Now they...

Fonstad reflects on Canadiens camp

Since he was selected in the fifth round of the 2018 National Hockey League draft, Cole Fonstad has been getting a crash course as...

The Broncos are back

Humboldt celebrated the return of the Broncos Wednesday night to mark a new chapter in the community’s history Dane Dow emerged behind a blast of...

Chamber members grill federal minister on pipeline plans

Federal minister Scott Brison came to Prince Albert Tuesday to make a major funding announcement and to speak to the city’s business community at...

P.A. crime prevention program receives $1.9M in federal funding

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald The federal government is providing nearly $1.9 million in funding to Prince Albert's Catholic Family Services (CFS) for a crime prevention...

Fraser “excited and shocked” to receive Terry Fox Award

At just 19-years-old, Donovan Fraser has overcome more obstacles than many people twice his age. An enthusiastic soccer player, Fraser’s time on the field was...

Whiskey Jacks prepared for provincial final

The Prince Albert Whiskey Jacks are gearing up for their biggest game in club history. On Saturday at the Regina Rugby Club Field, the Whiskey...

Back on the tournament trail

Only a couple of days after they returned to the classroom, the Carlton Crusaders and St. Mary Marauders senior girls volleyball teams were getting...

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