Damage to the bandstand in Prince Albert was under repair, Tuesday morning. Workers from TLC Contracting were hard at work to repair the vandalism, which occured during the Thanksgiving long weekend. paNOW photo by Angela Hill
Clifford Arnold Daniels will spend the next four years in the Saskatchewan Penitentiary.
The 52-year-old was sentenced yesterday to five years minus time served and a half, leaving him with another four years and two months to serve behind bars.
October 12, 2010 - 6:16pmUpdated: October 13, 2010 - 6:21am
Prince Albert was a little busier this weekend.
The increased hustle and bustle of the city was due to more than just people coming home for Thanksgiving.
This weekend was the 12th Annual Northern Light's Casino Thanksgiving Powwow held at the Art Hauser Centre.
A brawl at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary that resulted in a death, remains under investigation.
The fight broke out in the gym Friday night involved roughly 30 inmates.
Seven people were injured, including Courtney Dallas Cook who died from his injuries.
Dialogue with elders and 24-hour security are among the options discussed at the Muskoday First Nations to deal with juvenile delinquency on the reserve, including a recent act of vandalism at the seniors’ lodge.
Flu clinics began in the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region, Tuesday morning.
Helen Chernoff and her husband, Walter, were two of those into the clinic first thing.
“I’ve been doing this for years and I think it’s the greatest thing since sliced bread,” she said.