Prince Albert police put out new request for information about 2022 murder
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Daily Herald
10h ago
After two years, Prince Albert police are still searching for clues that could lead to a conviction in the murder of 32-year-old Lawrence Lavallee. Tuesday marked the second anniversary of Lavallee’s death, and Prince Albert police put out another request for information. Lavallee succumb to his injuries after being shot in the 1000 Block of ..read more
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Walk for Alzheimer’s raises funds and awareness
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Michael Oleksyn
10h ago
The Prince Albert Walk for Alzheimer’s returned to Kinsmen Park on Saturday afternoon for the second year.Traditionally, the event has been held in January at the Alfred Jenkins Fieldhouse, but for the second straight year, organizers chose to host it outdoors in the spring.Laura Erickson-Lumb, the first link coordinator with the Alzheimer’s Society of Saskatchewan ..read more
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Ryley Prediger making impact for Predators in return to lacrosse
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Nathan Reiter
12h ago
Picking up the sport of lacrosse is like riding a bike for Ryley Prediger, well sort of. The rookie forward for the Prince Albert Predators is back playing lacrosse after a four year hiatus away from the sport while he completed his high school studies and played volleyball. Now that he is in university, Prediger ..read more
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Rotary Lobsterfest continues sellout streak for popular event
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Michael Oleksyn
12h ago
The Prince Albert Rotary Club’s Lobsterfest continued its run of fundraising success with another sell-out at the Prince Albert Exhibition on Saturday evening.The event has been a sellout every year the Rotary has hosted it.Event co-chair Tina Stenske is in her first year as co-chair and was excited for the evening.“They can expect a fun ..read more
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Shaye Amundson Memorial Tournament kicks off Friday
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Nathan Reiter
12h ago
The diamonds will be buzzing with activity at Prime Ministers’ Park in Prince Albert as the fourth annual Shaye Amundson Memorial Tournament begins on Friday afternoon. The tournament will feature 32 teams across four age divisions (11U, 13U 15U and 17U) with teams traveling from across Saskatchewan and Alberta to compete. There will be five ..read more
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Provincial respiratory report moves to monthly
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Daily Herald
12h ago
According to the province’s now monthly respiratory illness surveillance report, influenza has decreased  and COVID-19 has remained steady.  The province moves to monthly reporting each spring.  The reporting period was from April 21 to May 18. The report was released on May 24.  The number of positive tests for COVID-19 has remained stable over the ..read more
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Catholic Division dips into reserves to pass balanced budget
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Michael Oleksyn, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
12h ago
For the second straight year, the Prince Albert Catholic School Division passed a balanced budget for 2024-2025 by dipping into its reserves.The board of education made the decision during their meeting on Monday evening after a presentation by Chief Financial Officer Greg McEwen. McEwen said creating a sustainable budget is difficult.“It’s a challenge just given ..read more
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‘This is our moment’: Métis Nation—Saskatchewan, Government of Canada will negotiate self-government treat
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Daily Herald Contributor
17h ago
It’s a constitutional guarantee of MN-S jurisdiction over “core governance matters” like education, language and child and family services. Julia Peterson Saskatoon StarPhoenix Métis Nation—Saskatchewan is negotiating a treaty with the Government of Canada to cement the right to self-governance for Métis people in Saskatchewan. This would be a constitutional guarantee of MN-S’s jurisdiction over ..read more
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House fire causes complete loss south of Melfort
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Daily Herald Contributor
17h ago
Nicole GoldsworthyLocal Journalism Initiative ReporterSASKTODAY.ca MELFORT – At 11:58 p.m. on May 20, the Melfort Fire Department received reports of a house fire south of Melfort.   Upon arrival, crews found a fully engulfed house, with the roof having already collapsed into the structure. Melfort Fire Department said, “Firefighters quickly began a defensive attack, and ..read more
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‘Everybody looks out for their neighbours’ in Springside
Prince Albert Daily Herald
by Daily Herald Contributor
17h ago
Cleo DingLocal Journalism Initiative ReporterCanora Courier Kathy Novak and her husband had always wanted to build a new house on a bigger lot with some privacy from the neighbours.  After some search, they landed their eye on Springside – a quiet town of about 500 people nestled between Highway 47 and Highway 16 – settled ..read more
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