January 19, 2017 - 8:42amUpdated: January 20, 2017 - 1:32pm
Last night, Prince Albert said goodbye to one of its favourite sons. Neil Headrick signed off of 900 CKBI for the final time Dec. 23, but the city sent the 33-year veteran off right with a night at the E.A.
Every year, people with cancer or friends and family of loved ones with cancer, don their red “Terry’s Team” T-shirts and take to the streets. In an effort to keep the national tradition alive, one local man is lobbying hard for participants.
As Arborfield and its surrounding municipalities pump themselves out of ankle-deep flood waters this morning, July 13, the region’s MLA said he is proud of what his community accomplished in the face of near disaster.
Prince Albert’s proudest export, hockey legend Johnny Bower reflects back today on one of his biggest rivals, but close friend, Gordie Howe. The four-time Stanley Cup Champion died today, June 10, at the age of 88.