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Laura Linklater who evacuated Pelican Narrows due to wildfires, was reunited with her dog Sparky after being apart for 14 days.
Laura Linklater who evacuated Pelican Narrows due to wildfires, was reunited with her dog Sparky after being apart for 14 days. Submitted Photo/Laura Linklater

Owners reunite with their pets in Pelican Narrows

By Rebbeca Marroquin
September 15, 2017 - 8:00am

Many of the 2,700 evacuees are reuniting with their pets they had to leave behind because of the Pelican Narrows wildfires.

The evacuation was ordered Aug. 29, and lifted Sept. 13. 

Lake Country Coop donated just over $4,000 to P.A's Community Service Centre.
Lake Country Coop donated just over $4,000 to P.A's Community Service Centre. Rebbeca Marroquin/paNOW Staff

Senior Transportation program receives generous donation

By Rebbeca Marroquin
September 8, 2017 - 8:00am Updated: September 8, 2017 - 9:54am

A local business has helped keep the city's seniors on the road. 

Lake Country Co-op gave the Senior Transportation Program just over $4,000, which organizers promise will go towards driver wages, registration fees, gas, and vehicle maintenance. 

Devin Bernatchez, constituency assistant to Doyle Vermette, rallied outside P.A.'s SGI Claims Centre in favour of the province's Crown corporations.
Devin Bernatchez, constituency assistant to Doyle Vermette, rallied outside P.A.'s SGI Claims Centre in favour of the province's Crown corporations. Rebbeca Marroquin/paNOW Staff

Rally to support Crown corporations held in P.A.

By Rebbeca Marroquin
September 6, 2017 - 3:17pm Updated: September 6, 2017 - 5:23pm

Politicians and advocates from all corners of the province rallied outside Prince Albert’s SGI Claims Centre in favour of Crown corporations, and dozens of vehicles honked their horns in support. 

Grade 12 students Ashley Urbaniak, 17, (left) and Nicholas Waditaka, 16, (right) attend their first day of classes at Carlton Comprehensive High School.
Grade 12 students Ashley Urbaniak, 17, (left) and Nicholas Waditaka, 16, (right) attend their first day of classes at Carlton Comprehensive High School. Rebbeca Marroquin/paNOW Staff

Classes resume for Carlton Comprehensive High School students

By Rebbeca Marroquin
September 6, 2017 - 8:00am Updated: September 6, 2017 - 11:08am

Yesterday marked the beginning of the end for senior year students at Prince Albert’s Carlton Comprehensive High School, the largest high school in the province.

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