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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Lac La Ronge chief wins fifth term

Tammy Cook-Searson has been re-elected to a fifth term as chief of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band. With 1,703 votes, Cook-Searson won about 47...

Woman who lost legs reflects on attacker’s dangerous offender hearing

Leslie Black, who pleaded guilty to a brutal attack that left Marlene Bird with severe burns, a disfigured face and amputated legs, was back in court on Monday.

Rapid fire

Raiders score three goals in 90 seconds to knock off Oil Kings 5-2 After snapping an 11-game losing streak on Friday in Red Deer, the...

Putting plans into action

City planners say they’re pleased with the feedback they received at their Dec. 1 housing consultation, and that’s allowed them to begin the next...

Trump presidency a “mixed bag”

With Donald Trump set to become the 45th president of the United States, one Saskatchewan-based policy expert says it could mean tricky times for...

Request from provincial government to freeze labour costs met with uneasiness

The Saskatchewan Rivers Public School Division’s director of education says there are some concerns about a recent directive from the provincial government to cap...

A new tradition

Winter Festival kicks off early this year at inaugural Tux and Touques Gala Changes are coming to the Prince Albert Winter Festival. Winter Festival president Barry...

Looking back in new ways

Historian and author explores Saskatchewan before provincehood The history of Saskatchewan doesn’t begin in 1905. In A World We Have Lost: Saskatchewan Before 1905, historian and...

A collective vision

Registration is underway for P.A.’s contribution to national Canada 150 art project In recognition of Canada’s sesquicentennial, approximately 150 communities from across the country are...

Adding Curtis Miske

Prince Albert Raiders bolster forward depth with Alberta product The Prince Albert Raiders have acquired 19-year-old left winger Curtis Miske from the Spokane Chiefs in...

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