Published on December 31, 2013
The sign comes down during the demolition of the former Suzy Cue’s building on 15th Street East.
Herald photo by Perry Bergson
Published on December 31, 2013
The Prince Albert Pulp Mill churns out exhaust as it generates 10 megawatts of power for the SaskPower grid.
Herald file photo
The Prince Albert Winter Festival has put out a call for volunteers as the February event prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
Mayor Greg Dionne floated the idea of a dangerous goods route with yellow cake uranium and other dangerous goods moving through the city.
First Nations University unveiled a five-year plan that will see it promote the institution to increase enrollment.
Potash Corp.’s 440 layoffs will have a minimal impact on Prince Albert, with Coun. Rick Orr noting that any displaced workers from the city who commuted south will be able to find work quickly in the province.
A massive harvest has broken all crop records in Saskatchewan, eclipsing the 2012 harvest by 40 per cent.
Wollaston Lake man John Thomas Shaoulle has been found guilty of first degree murder in the death of Margaret Sewap in 2011.
Lt.-Gov. Vaughn Solomon Schofield presented awards to several members of the Buckland Fire Department at a ceremony in Prince Albert.
Monthly utility bills will soon be the way, Mayor Greg Dionne says.
A debate at city hall over traffic on 15th Street West ended with a vote not to take any action on the matter.
Reaction to massive changes to Canada Post that will see door-to-door service phased out has been largely negative in Prince Albert.
An arrest has been made in the homicide of Jodi Roberts, whose body was found near home community of Sucker River.
From now on, tickets will be issued to anyone who disregards notices to move their vehicles when city crews need to work in the area.
The Santa Anonymous program will deliver $4,000 in gifts to children because of teamwork between city firefighters, the Salvation Army and Canadian Tire.
The Prince Albert Pulp Mill has abandoned plans to produce dissolved pulp products after high tariffs in China made that plan unfeasible. Instead, they will produce fluff pulp when they open in an estimated 18 months.
Saskatchewan continues to face challenges in recruiting physicians but the CEO of Saskdocs says it’s getting better.
The death of a group home resident recently has been a blow to the staff and residents at the home on Agnew Street.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall told the Daily Herald that Prince Albert remains a priority of his government, and that a new hospital is on the government’s radar.
A new 10-bed cold weather shelter has opened and YWCA CEO Donna Brooks says it will save lives.
The Saskatchewan Trappers Fur Table Sale was held in Prince Albert for the first time, drawing buyers from three major companies.
Volunteers for the Christmas Day Community Dinner are busy preparing for the large annual event.
Mayor Greg Dionne said that in a year marked by a lot of change at city hall, the local economy remains council’s No. 1 priority.
Prince Albert Parkland Health Region CEO Cecile Hunt said the highlight of 2013 for the health district was the opening of the Parkland Integrated Health centre in Shellbrook.
Organizers say the Christmas Day Community Dinner was the largest ever, with 2,000 people attending the event and 890 plates delivered to people’s homes.
The Lederhouse family is closing the canteen at the Victoria Hospital after looking after the facility for 60 years.
Parkland Ambulance director of public affairs Lyle Karasiuk, a longtime community volunteer with many organizations, has been named Prince Albert Citizen of the Year by the local Kinsmen Club and the Prince Albert Daily Herald.