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Don't miss the season home opener on Friday, September 23rd, Prince Albert Raiders VS Saskatoon Blades. Tailgate Party @ 5:30pm in the Art Hauser parking lot, puck drops at 7:00pm, and a post-game concert in the Ches Leach Lounge featuring Katelyn Lehner. #PackTheHauser #PrinceAlbertRaiders #KatelynLehner Lakeland Ford Prince Albert Lake Country Co-op Great Western Brewing
ATTENTION Daily Herald Subscribers! Paquette Productions Presents: The Elvis Concert at the EA Rawlinson Centre For The Arts! Watch for the entry form in the September 10, 17, 20, 24 & 27 editions of Prince Albert Daily Herald, or send your name and phone number to: firstname.lastname@example.org **Must be a current Daily Herald subscriber to win. #TheElvisConcert #PaquetteProductions #EARawlinsonCentre
By Aaron Winsor Hello Prince Albert! Many of you have probably heard of Beaujolais Nouveau by this point and if not, it is a young, simple wine made by French winemakers out of 100% Gamay grapes at the end of harvest time to celebrate their endeavors. This wine is traditionally released on the third Thursday of November every year and that time is upon us once again! #winsorcolumn
A pair of local businesses are teaming up to collect food and donations for the Prince Albert SPCA. Pet Planet Prince Albert and Mann Northway are teaming up to Pack the Pickup for the SPCA. Donations can be dropped off at Pet Planet Prince Albert, Mann Northway or at the Prince Albert Raider home game against the Regina Pats on Dec. 3. “Anytime is a great time to have an event like this and do fundraising and look
Saskatchewan health officials reported one new death related to COVID-19 on Monday. The death was reported in the South West zone. There have now been 926 deaths related to COVID-19 reported in Saskatchewan. Health officials reported five new cases of COVID-19 in North Central on Monday. This was among 49 total cases in the province. The Regina zone led the province with 13 new cases. #COVID19
When the Winnipeg ICE went up 3-0 in the second period, it seemed as though the best team in the Western Hockey League would ease their way to win number 22 on the season. That was not the case, as the Prince Albert Raiders erased that deficit, scoring three straight goals in the second, and eventually completing the comeback, winning 4-3 in overtime, handing the ICE their first home loss of the season.
Saskatchewan health officials reported four new deaths related to COVID-19 on Sunday. There were two deaths reported in Saskatoon along with single deaths in the North West zone and Central East zone. There have now been 925 deaths related to COVID-19 reported in Saskatchewan. Health officials reported five new cases of COVID-19 in North Central on Sunday. This was among 52 total cases in the province. #COVID19
It was a night of firsts for the Prince Albert Raiders. Captain Kaiden Guhle scored his first two goals of the season and Tikhon Chaika stopped 23 shots for his first WHL win as the Raiders snapped a three-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the Brandon Wheat Kings.
It was a bounce back game to say the least for the Prince Albert Mintos on Sunday, and it was capped off with five goals in the third period as part of a 6-1 win over the U18 Moose Jaw Warriors at the Art Hauser Centre. Jacob Cossette scored three goals in the win, picking up two assists as well for his first five point game of the season. Cossette is now first in the SMU18AAAHL with 38 points in 18 games.
The Prince Albert Northern Bears played their longest game of the season on Saturday against the Notre Dame Hounds, but fell 3-2 in a game that needed two overtime periods. A full 60 minutes plus a 5 minute four on four overtime wasn’t enough, as the two teams needed three on three overtime to find a winner. In the end, it was Kyra Anderson finding the back of the net for the Hounds, securing the comeback win.
On Saturday afternoon the RCMP updated on the situation causing an increased police presence on Highway 355 between Albertville and Meath Park on Friday. RCMP have identified the bodies found as those of 19-year-old Damien Penner and 34-year-old Terance Naytowhow, both of Montreal Lake Cree Nation. According to Prince Albert RCMP on Nov. 25, 2021 just before 9:00 p.m.,
Six deaths reported in Saskatchewan Saskatchewan health officials reported six new deaths related to COVID-19 on Saturday. There were three death reported in Saskatoon along with single deaths in the North West zone, Central East zone and Central West zone. There have now been 921 deaths related to COVID-19 reported in Saskatchewan. Health officials reported no new cases of COVID-19 in North Central on Saturday. #COVID19
Author Marie Powell spends her days dreaming up new characters and worlds to share with her readers, but her visit to Prince Albert on Friday focused on something more practical. Powell, who’s latest duology just hit bookstore shelves, was in Prince Albert at the tail end of a four-day trip through four different communities teaching high school students about the art of writing submissions.
The Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA) hosted their Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Fall Assembly remotely last week. Sask. Rivers board chair Barry Hollick and trustees reviewed the meeting notes during their own meeting on Monday. This year, the SSBA put their focus was on supporting parent engagement. Trustees learned about the long-standing and emerging research that clearly shows when parents are #PrinceAlbert
Seven of the nine goals scored in Friday night’s contest between the Prince Albert Mintos and the U18 Moose Jaw Warriors were scored on the powerplay. Prince Albert came just one goal short, falling 5-4 in the first half of a back to back. The Mintos went 3/11 on the man advantage, with multiple 5 on 3 opportunities, while the Warriors went 4/7. Mintos assistant coach Bryan Swystun felt with all of the penalties,
A new business has been approved to begin operations in the former Thorpe Brothers building located north of Prince Albert. The former site of the COVID-19 drive-thru clinic will now be home to a head office for Trio Ventures Ltd., a company with a diverse portfolio including helicopter operations, fuel sales, and food franchises, as well as the leasing and sales of aircraft and aircraft equipment and buildings. #RMofBuckland
SGI reported nearly 900 distracted driver tickets handed out in the month of October during the organization’s monthly traffic spotlight. Driving with a cell phone accounted for 756 of the province’s 896 October distracted driving tickets. SGI Manager of Media Relations Tyler McMurchy said this was part of their monthly spotlights where they partner with law enforcement to bring attention to safe driving through