Nigel Maxwell

Reporter agriculture news and the northeast region. I’ve lived in Prince Albert for just over eight years and love telling the stories of the people from this area.

The fire is said to have started from this truck parked behind the restaurant.
The fire is said to have started from this truck parked behind the restaurant. Nigel Maxwell/paNOW Staff

Fire at P.A.restaurant

By Nigel Maxwell
April 26, 2018 - 1:05am

The extent of the damage remains unclear following a fire Wednesday night at Montana's restaurant.

A bystander at the scene told paNOW the fire had started in the truck, and then spread to the nearby buiding. The driver of the truck was not hurt.

Gunner, an eight-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier, is making a slow recovery after a brush with death near his home.
Gunner, an eight-year-old American Staffordshire Terrier, is making a slow recovery after a brush with death near his home. submitted photo/Matt Hrycuik

P.A. area veteran involved in insurance battle, after nearly losing service dog

By Nigel Maxwell
April 24, 2018 - 5:00pm

A Prince Albert veteran has been told he must pay for the damages to a woman's car, after his service dog was struck and nearly killed near his home two weeks ago.

Ron Simmons, professional wrestling's first black champion, promises to be involved in each show of the CWE 9 Damn! Years tour.
Ron Simmons, professional wrestling's first black champion, promises to be involved in each show of the CWE 9 Damn! Years tour. Ron Simmons/Facebook

Former pro wrestling champion "for hire" coming to Saskatchewan

By Nigel Maxwell
April 24, 2018 - 2:00pm

WWE Hall of Famer Ron Simmons will join Canadian Wrestling's Elite on its next Canadian tour across five provinces, including multiple stops in Saskatchewan during the month of May. 

Ken Thomas, who graduated from Wesmore, claims he was arrested by Saskatoon police last weekend and dropped off outside the city.
Ken Thomas, who graduated from Wesmore, claims he was arrested by Saskatoon police last weekend and dropped off outside the city. Ken Thomas/Facebook

Marathon runner claims Saskatoon police dropped him outside city

By Nigel Maxwell
April 24, 2018 - 11:59am

A man well known in Saskatchewan's marathon and triathlon communities alleged he was dropped off by police outside Saskatoon and left to fend for himself.

Ken Thomas went to a concert last Saturday night in Saskatoon. Afterwards, he went to Stan's Place, a bar on the city's South side.

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