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Brian Seeseequasis (head bowed) was briefly emotional when saying his thank-you's to the people involved in the project. Seeseequasis had started his work 10 years ago, and has worked tirelessly to make the ditch digging project a reality.
Brian Seeseequasis (head bowed) was briefly emotional when saying his thank-you's to the people involved in the project. Seeseequasis had started his work 10 years ago, and has worked tirelessly to make the ditch digging project a reality. Bryan Eneas/paNOW staff

Project nearly 40 years in the making becomes reality

By Bryan Eneas
December 16, 2017 - 12:09pm

The Beardy’s and Okemasis Cree Nation is no stranger to flooding; their woes began in 1904.

Samantha Paradis, 17, has won a gold medal at provincials twice in the past three years.
Samantha Paradis, 17, has won a gold medal at provincials twice in the past three years. Samantha Paradis/Facebook

Carlton wrestler hopes to lock up third provincial title

By Nigel Maxwell
December 16, 2017 - 8:00am

All eyes will be on Carlton senior Samantha Paradis this year.

Paradis, who won gold at provincials in Grades 9 and 11, hopes to add one more provincial title during her last school year. When asked if she feels any extra pressure, she said she is not.

A boat and various car parts covered in snow as seen near the Prince Albert satellite station. Steve and Deb Jeffers first noticed these items before the snow fell this year.
A boat and various car parts covered in snow as seen near the Prince Albert satellite station. Steve and Deb Jeffers first noticed these items before the snow fell this year. Bryan Eneas/paNOW Staff

Dumped boat beached near satellite station

By Bryan Eneas
December 15, 2017 - 5:00pm

A couple out for a walk with their dog discovered a beached boat near the Prince Albert satellite station, the latest item in an area used for illegal dumping.

Steve and Deb Jeffers take their dog for a walk near the station roughly once a week in the spring, fall and winter months.

Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan Corey Tochor, Canada 150 Medal recipient Lyle Karasiuk and Saskatchewan Senator David Tkachuk in Regina on Dec. 8, 2017.
Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan Corey Tochor, Canada 150 Medal recipient Lyle Karasiuk and Saskatchewan Senator David Tkachuk in Regina on Dec. 8, 2017. submitted photo/Lyle Karasiuk

'Mr. Safety' receives national recognition

By paNOW Staff
December 15, 2017 - 8:00am

He has been the Prince Albert Citizen of the Year, received the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and received recognition from the Governor General of Canada for outstanding provincial and national contributions when he received the 2016 Sovereign’s Volunteer Medal.

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