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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.

Environment Canada said areas west of P.A. will get up to 5 cm of snow, but the narrow system will largely avoid the city.
Environment Canada said areas west of P.A. will get up to 5 cm of snow, but the narrow system will largely avoid the city. File photo/paNOW Staff

P.A. to avoid snow dump: Environment Canada

By Glenn Hicks
April 17, 2018 - 12:02pm

It looks like Prince Albert and the immediate surrounding areas will dodge the worst of the snow heading our way from the U.S.

Initial forecasts called for up to 10 cm of snow for the city, but that now appears much less likely, according to Environment Canada's John Paul Cragg.

The winter that won't go away and the spring that won't arrive: snow plows could be back on the streets of P.A. Tuesday morning, with a dump of up to 10 cm in the forecast overnight.
The winter that won't go away and the spring that won't arrive: snow plows could be back on the streets of P.A. Tuesday morning, with a dump of up to 10 cm in the forecast overnight. File photo/paNOW Staff

More snow on the way (yes, really)

By Glenn Hicks
April 16, 2018 - 5:00pm

It's the winter that won't quit.

Mid-April is behind us, but up to 10 cm of snow could still be ahead. Snowfall is in the forecast in Prince Albert and the area through Monday night and Tuesday, posing yet another round of challenges for motorists and city crews alike.

Therapy dogs and their handlers were dispatched to the Humboldt vigil following the Broncos bus tragedy. Pictured: Colleen Dell and Subie, Justin Morrison and Jet, Wendy Stoeber and Womble, Stephanie Peachey and Dude.
Therapy dogs and their handlers were dispatched to the Humboldt vigil following the Broncos bus tragedy. Pictured: Colleen Dell and Subie, Justin Morrison and Jet, Wendy Stoeber and Womble, Stephanie Peachey and Dude. Submitted photo/St. John Ambulance

Therapy dogs play their part in Broncos tragedy support

By Glenn Hicks
April 16, 2018 - 2:00pm

The entire nation and world have been extraordinarily supportive in the wake of the Humboldt Broncos bus tragedy 10 days ago, and even man's best friend has being playing a part.

The province's dealers' association says with the PST only on the difference between the sale and trade-in price, and along with the trade-in allowance the price of used cars will not increase.
The province's dealers' association says with the PST only on the difference between the sale and trade-in price, and along with the trade-in allowance the price of used cars will not increase. Britton Gray/980 CJME

Some break for consumers on new PST rules on trade-ins: SADA

By Glenn Hicks
April 14, 2018 - 10:48am

The Saskatchewan Automobile Dealers' Association (SADA) is clarifying what the PST on used cars means for dealers and the public, and said: “it’s going to be a benefit all the way around.”

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