Agriculture

Patrons packed the Archie Anderson Building at the Exhibition Grounds Tuesday to take in O’MacDale’s Friendly Farm.
Patrons packed the Archie Anderson Building at the Exhibition Grounds Tuesday to take in O’MacDale’s Friendly Farm. Tyler Marr/paNOW Staff

‘Education and entertainment’: Petting zoo about more than just smiles

By paNOW Staff
August 1, 2018 - 8:00am

For three years Dale Durell has travelled around on his holidays over the summer from town to with his aptly named O’MacDale’s Friendly Farm petting zoo.

The invasive wild parsnip has reappeared in the province after it was found growing near Outlook in 2018.
The invasive wild parsnip has reappeared in the province after it was found growing near Outlook in 2018. Layne Abrahamson/Twitter

Severe chemical burns, blisters: watch out for wild parsnip

By Adriana Christianson/CKOM News Staff
July 19, 2018 - 8:37am

If you have never heard of wild parsnip before, you might want to watch your step – that’s the message from Lumsden’s Kelly Strickland after getting severe blisters and burns on his feet.

A local cannabis retail licensee called news of legalization "historic," while the City of Prince Albert will reveal next month the locations in which the pot stores can operate in the city.
A local cannabis retail licensee called news of legalization "historic," while the City of Prince Albert will reveal next month the locations in which the pot stores can operate in the city. File photo/The Canadian Press

Pot shop operator and city prepare for legal marijuana light-up day

By Glenn Hicks
June 21, 2018 - 5:00pm

One of Prince Albert's two retail cannabis licensees said the Senate passing the government's recreational marijuana bill was exciting and historic.

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