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St. Mary gearing up for Kelly Smith memorial tournament  paNOW

Some of the province's top Senior Girls basketball teams will soon be descending on Prince Albert. Starting Thursday, École St. Mary High School will be hosting ...



Swish for a Cure nets record score  paNOW

Organizers of a charity basketball game in Prince Albert are thanking the community after the event pulled in nearly $90,000 for a good cause. The Swish for a ...



École St. Mary High School makes sweet treat for Terry Fox Foundation  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Jayda Noyes, Daily Herald. Principals at École St. Mary High School in Prince Albert sacrificed their clothing, and maybe even their eyebrows, after students ...



St. Mary senior girls win rivalry game  paNOW

The École St. Mary High School senior girl's volleyball team picked up a big win Wednesday night. The Mauraders beat the Carlton Comprehensive High School ...



Ecole St. Mary celebrates perserverance at grad  paNOW

Nearly 200 graduates filled the Art Hauser Centre to celebrate their success as students of Ecole St. Mary Hig...



All of P.A. invited to attend community Christmas Dinner  paNOW

Preparations have started for a massive community dinner Christmas Day in Prince Albert. The 16th annual event is sponsored with the support of many groups ...



St. Mary High School’s production of Wind in the Willows opens tonight  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Tonight, Mrs. Mole will be coming out of her home to explore the land of forest creatures for the first time. Mole, played by Janaya Fuller, is the central character ...



St. Mary Marauders play host to provincial volleyball finals  paNOW

Matches are underway at École St. Mary High School for the 5A senior boys' provincial volleyball championship. The opening match featured the host ...



Changes coming to St. Mary  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The Prince Albert Catholic School Division (PACSD) has one of the highest per capita rates of French Immersion students in the province, and that number will ...



Hard work pays off for St. Mary grads  Prince Albert Daily Herald

After years of early mornings, late evenings, exams and road trips, school is out for the St. Mary High School graduating class of 2017. A total of 186 graduates ...



Sprinters lead the way for St. Mary  Prince Albert Daily Herald

On a day where student athletes had to compete against the weather as well as their opponents, St. Mary High School sprinter Seth LeMoal found a way to beat ...



5 Prince Albertans graduate to junior football  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The Marauders football player was called up by the Canadian Junior Football League's Regina Thunder last year for the team's indoor football camps. “I went to ...



“We call her the enigma,” P.A. sprinter dashes into national rankings  paNOW

A high school student from Prince Albert is turning heads with her speed. Sabine Cazeau, a 16-year-old student at École St. Mary High School is currently ...



Prince Albert churches celebrate the holidays  paNOW

With just days until Christmas, churches around Prince Albert are welcoming residents as they celebrate the se...



Prince Albert to host track and field provincials  Prince Albert Daily Herald

St. Mary and Carlton high schools will be preparing for a busy month of May, as they get set for high school track and field season. To kick things off, city ...



Rivier Catholic School to integrate operations with St. Mary  paNOW

Citing dwindling enrollment and weighing cost considerations, Blessed Marie Rivier Catholic School will cease operations at their facility at the end of this ...



Local area students bring home medals after skills competition  paNOW

A group of Prince Albert high school students have proven they have serious skills. Five students from Carlton and one student from St. Mary received medals at ...



Prince Albert prepares for Hoopla's March Madness  Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Saskatoon is sending six teams to the 2018 Hoopla tournament.



Life and hockey: Jim Neilson's story prompts a push for the Hall  Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Jim Neilson grew up in a P.A. orphanage before launching an lengthy NHL career. His family is making a push for the Hockey Hall of Fame.



Upstage Productions putting on Lend Me a Tenor  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Upstage Productions is opening doors for its young actors this week. The St. Mary High School theatre company is putting on the Ken Ludwig award-winning ...



Marauders making moves for Hoopla  Prince Albert Daily Herald

As the St. Mary Marauders senior girls' basketball team nears the end of its regular season, its players and coach have an eye to the post-season and the ...



St. Mary drops close contest in battle of the Marauders  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The St. Mary Marauders came close to spoiling homecoming weekend in Saskatoon on Thursday. The Prince Albert high school football team lost an 18-17 ...



Friends pay tribute to 16-year-old who died in multiple-vehicle collision near Prince Albert  Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Friends of 16-year-old Rebeca Durand were reeling after her death last week in a three-car collision on Highway 3 near Prince Albert. They wore plaid in her ...



Upstage Productions brings the ‘40s to life  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Upstage Productions is looking to add a bit of fun to a haunting experience. The St. Mary High School drama group brings the 1940s to life in “Blithe Spirit,” a ...



From humble beginnings  Prince Albert Daily Herald

In 1887, the Prince Albert Catholic School Division began as a single log cabin schoolhouse in the vast District of Prince Albert. Today, it encompasses eight ...



Consolidation and review coming for Rivier  Prince Albert Daily Herald

A year after joining the Prince Albert Catholic School Division, more changes are coming to Blessed Marie Rivier. In May, the division board decided to ...



‘Difficult to see where the future lies’  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Cancelled U of R wrestling program impacts larger wrestling community in western Canada: U of S Huskies wrestler. The cancellation of the University of ...



Wrestling to the top  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Carlton and St. Mary win three gold, two silver and two bronze medals at provincial wrestling tournament. Prince Albert high schools picked up seven medals at ...



Student uses first paycheque to buy surprise sneakers for fellow classmate  paNOW

Caleb Hammond wanted to start off on the right foot with his first paycheque. While Hammond was leaning toward...



St. Mary Sr. Girls take Guardian Cup in Saskatoon  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The winning ways just don't seem to end for the St. Mary Marauders Sr. Girls volleyball team. The Marauders won their third tournament of the season over the ...



Holding court  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The Saskatchewan Volleyball Association is sending its Top 12 under-18 men to Winnipeg in August to compete against the best athletes in the country at the ...



The memories remain  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Graduation is always hard for Jason Van Otterloo. Each year the St. Mary High School drama teacher watches another group of students leave the school's ...



Introducing the Honourable Judge Mary McAuley  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Mary McAuley has held a lot of different jobs in her life. But the latest might be the most impressive of them all. McAuley is the latest lawyer called to the bench to ...



Sisters searching for new tenants  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The Sisters of the Presentation of Mary are looking for someone to take over their West Flat building, long the home Blessed Marie Rivier Catholic School.



Comeback Comets repeat as Hoopla 4A champs  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Through 39 minutes of their gold medal game, the Melfort Comets only hit one three-pointer; with 31 seconds left, Alexa Hangs-Copeland delivered her team its ...



Quebec students join global marches to demand climate change action  paNOW

MONTREAL — A human wave of chanting, sign-waving protesters made their way downtown from the base of Montreal's Mount Royal on Friday as they joined a ...



Student delegates shine  Prince Albert Daily Herald

It's not every day that the United States and China team up on a United Nations resolution to sanction North Korea, or Russia and France team up to criticize the ...



Researchers work to retrieve Poundmaker weapons from North Sask. River  paNOW

Researchers in Saskatchewan may soon begin the hunt for weapons that have been lost to the world for more than...



Getting into the Christmas spirit  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Organizers are getting ready for the annual Community Christmas Dinner, and they need help. The dinner feeds between 2,000 and 2,500 people every year, ...



‘No one was like her’  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Lindsey McHarg knows what she'll remember best about her friend, Rebeca Durand. “Her laugh. It was the weirdest, most unique one ever.” Rebeca Durand ...



Gregor settling in with Raiders  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Although Noah Gregor had gone face-to-face with many members of the Prince Albert Raiders during his time with the Moose Jaw Warriors, he didn't know the ...



This Beebs has a real grip on the wrestling mat  Saskatoon StarPhoenix

He goes by Beebs.Of course he does.“At the start of the year, guys were giving me a rough time (about the nickname),” admits Zachary Bieber, a rookie wrestler ...



School divisions extend supports for students, staff impacted by Humboldt tragedy  paNOW

As students and staff returned to school Monday in the wake of Friday's deadly collision involving the Humboldt Broncos, both the Saskatchewan Rivers and ...



Beardy’s bunny blazes trail  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Janaya Albers, Daily Herald Contributor. Evan Radford, Daily Herald. A rabbit engulfed in flames ran away from a controlled fire and spread the flames to an ...



P.A. now 42 per cent Aboriginal and increasingly diverse: census  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Prince Albert is becoming more diverse, with census results showing a sharp rise in the city's Aboriginal population and a near doubling in the number of ...



Odyssey Productions bringing A Streetcar Named Desire to P.A.  paNOW

A classic production is coming to Prince Albert. Tennessee William's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, A Streetcar Named Desire, will be gracing the Gateway to the ...



Schooling the opposition  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The St. Mary Marauders and Carlton Crusaders had successful weekends on the court and on the ice. Following a 9-2 loss to Ituna in the 'A' final, the St. Mary ...



Comets soar to spot in 4A Girl final  paNOW

The Melfort Comets senior girls' basketball team netted themselves a spot in the 4A girl's HOOPLA final with a commanding 63 – 45 victory over the Moose Jaw ...



‘Saders set for Hoopla  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The Carlton Crusaders senior girls basketball team is headed to Hoopla for the third consecutive year. The only difference is this year they have a chance to play ...



Crusaders down Royals; advance to Hoopla semifinals  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Backed by their booming, boisterous fans in their packed home gym, the Carlton Crusaders knocked off the Regina Riffel Royals 76-55 in the 5A girls division to ...



P.A. wrestler is newest Huskie  Prince Albert Daily Herald

After wrestling for four years for St. Mary High School and the Prince Albert Wrestling Club, Kalin Langford will be taking his talents to the University of ...



From the floor to the sand  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Kris Kriel and Marc Rapin have only been playing beach volleyball for two and a half months and they are already provincial champions. This weekend the local ...



A more diverse Saskatchewan  Prince Albert Daily Herald

Nearly a quarter of Saskatchewan people could be foreign born by 2036, according to Statistics Canada. The data agency released population projections on ...



Final farewell at Marie Rivier  Prince Albert Daily Herald

It was a mixture of happiness and sadness as Blessed Marie Rivier Catholic School celebrated what could be its final graduating class. A total of seven ...



Aden Bowman edges Carlton in Hoopla 5A semis  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The Saskatoon Aden Bowman Bears were due and they were rewarded, according to their head coach. The 5A girls basketball team ground out a tight 65-60 ...



Ultimate performance  Prince Albert Daily Herald

When Kayleigh Skomorowski was in high school, band class was more than just a bunch of students playing music together; it was a community. Now that she's ...



Into the Searchlight  Prince Albert Daily Herald

When Erika Rybinski was young her mother enrolled her in piano lessons, and while the future music St. Mary High School music teacher was frustrated and ...



The Regina Thunder was active on the recruiting trail  Regina Leader-Post

When the Regina Thunder debuted in the PFC in 2000, it was known by a different name. It was the Prairie Thunder back then — and that handle may fit better ...



2018 NHL Draft: Consensus Last Minute Mock  The Hockey Writers

With the 2018 NHL draft now less than a week away, I've revised my original mock based on feedback from sources and further research to reach a consensus.



SPCA investigates kitten cruelty  Prince Albert Daily Herald

The SPCA is caring for four one-and-a-half week old kittens after a group of kids abused them and lit two on fire. On Saturday, a member of the public came to ...



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