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.

Prince Albert's Joy Friesen said she loves the feeling of swimming in the open water.
Prince Albert's Joy Friesen said she loves the feeling of swimming in the open water. Facebook/P.A. Sharks swim club

P.A. woman makes splash at provincial competition

By Nigel Maxwell
July 19, 2018 - 5:00pm

Prince Albert's Joy Friesen has been swimming for as long as she can remember, and last weekend she returned home with a gold medal from a provincial competition held in Swift Current.

She competed in the 3,000 metre open water swim race.

Kayleigh Feschuk wanted something permanent in memory of her late boyfriend Jacob Leicht, one of the people killed in the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy April 6.
Kayleigh Feschuk wanted something permanent in memory of her late boyfriend Jacob Leicht, one of the people killed in the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy April 6. Kayleigh Feschuk/Facebook

Memory of former Broncos player etched on skin of P.A. girl

By Nigel Maxwell
July 12, 2018 - 10:00am

Prince Albert's Kayleigh Feschuk wanted to do something "permanent" in memory of her former boyfriend Jacob Leicht, who was one of Humboldt Broncos players killed in the team's tragic April 6 bus crash.

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