Glenn Hicks

Investigators are trying to figure out what went wrong with the cleaning machinery that caught fire in a truck. The fire spread to the side of the restaurant building.
Investigators are trying to figure out what went wrong with the cleaning machinery that caught fire in a truck. The fire spread to the side of the restaurant building. Montana's BBQ and Bar/Facebook

Montana's bounces back after truck fire

By Glenn Hicks
April 26, 2018 - 5:34pm

While the exact cause of the fire that spread to Montana’s in Prince Albert Wednesday night is still under investigation, the popular restaurant is getting on with business and brushing off the minor setback.

Kristal Litschell, her four children and boyfriend got out of the house after a passing police officer spotted their garage on fire Tuesday morning.
Kristal Litschell, her four children and boyfriend got out of the house after a passing police officer spotted their garage on fire Tuesday morning. submitted photo/Kristal Litschell

Family taken from harm's way as garage ignites

By Glenn Hicks
April 24, 2018 - 6:03pm Updated: April 25, 2018 - 7:28am

It was a scary experience for a Prince Albert mom, along with her four young children and boyfriend.

Kristal Litschell was woken by the banging on her front door on 14th Street West early Tuesday morning. It was a passing police officer.

Randy Whitter is given an honorary award by P.A. Rotary. He's flanked by ( left to right) :club president Dr. Nnamdi Ndubuka, Rotarians Clint Thierman and Les Mewis, and District Governer Peter Neufeldt.
Randy Whitter is given an honorary award by P.A. Rotary. He's flanked by ( left to right) :club president Dr. Nnamdi Ndubuka, Rotarians Clint Thierman and Les Mewis, and District Governer Peter Neufeldt. submitted photo/Rotary Club of Prince Albert

The importance of food in fundraising: Rotary honours local caterer

By Glenn Hicks
April 24, 2018 - 2:00pm

Good food can be a very important element in bringing people together for community fundraising; it’s a reason why certain events and organizations get a name for themselves as they strive to reach their goals.

A woman was stranded on the North Saskatchewan River after partially falling through the ice Saturday afternoon. Crews responded again Sunday night to two people who had gone through the ice near the bridge.
A woman was stranded on the North Saskatchewan River after partially falling through the ice Saturday afternoon. Crews responded again Sunday night to two people who had gone through the ice near the bridge. Tyler Marr/paNOW Staff

P.A. firefighters issue warning about river ice after weekend rescues

By Glenn Hicks
April 23, 2018 - 12:00pm

The Prince Albert Fire Department is sounding the alarm bells after responding to multiple incidents of people falling through the North Saskatchewan River ice over the weekend.

Save On Food President Darrell Jones (centre) flanked by Mayor Greg Dionne and store manager Warren McGlone and his management team cut the ribbon on the city's newest grocery store.
Save On Food President Darrell Jones (centre) flanked by Mayor Greg Dionne and store manager Warren McGlone and his management team cut the ribbon on the city's newest grocery store. Glenn Hicks/paNOW Staff

P.A.'s newest grocery store is open

By Glenn Hicks
April 20, 2018 - 2:00pm

Prince Albert's newest grocery store is open.

Hundreds of people got a look at the upscale Save On Foods store at a special preview event Thursday night. The brand is already well known in British Columbia, where it was founded over 100 years ago.

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