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Josef Jacobson

Josef Jacobson
Josef Jacobson is a reporter with the Prince Albert Daily Herald. You can reach him at 306-764-4276 ext. 247, by email at or on Twitter @josefjacobson89.

A closer look at local art

Art studio tour welcomes visitors to meet local artists Four years ago, local painter June Ricklefs reached out to artists in the Christopher and Emma Lake area by Highway 263 to open their studios to the public for one weekend during the summer. It would be...

Making lacrosse history

P.A. players suit up as women’s lacrosse debuts at North American Indigenous Games Women’s lacrosse is making its first appearance at the North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) this week in Toronto and Prince Albert’s Tyson Fetch was responsible for putting together a team to represent...

Aces win provincial title

U14 Aces outscore opponents 59-10 at provincials, set their sights on nationals The Prince Albert U14 Aces have been on a tear this season and are showing no signs of slowing down. The Aces breezed through the competition at Softball Saskatchewan provincials in Regina over the...

Following the voyageurs

P.A. paddler leads Cumberland House team to first place as three-province race nears the finish line On Saturday morning the six canoe teams woke up in Fort Carlton and once again set out into the cool morning air, their bows pointed to the east and...

Building a healing garden

PA Food Bank calls on local artist to assist in construction of sacred circle On Friday afternoon local Métis artist Leah Dorion led a group of about 15 people from the Prince Albert Food Bank and the Métis Addictions Council treatment centre in the construction...

A new look at the Prairies

Art exhibit provides creative perspectives of Saskatchewan landscapes Kent Tate and Sharon Olson look at the Prairies differently. In their work, Tate, a video artist, and Olson, a painter, explore the beauty of the Saskatchewan landscape, which they say is often hidden in plain sight. Tate’s relaxed,...

Artistic homecoming

Meacham potters’ exhibit begins debut Canadian showing in Prince Albert Two years ago Meacham potters Bonnie Gilmour and Charley Farrero created and exhibited a new body of work in a small town in the south of France. This week that collection made its Canadian debut in...

Showing improvement

U17 Celtic boys’ coach reflects on a season of growth for his team Soccer season may be over for the Prince Albert U17 Celtic boys, but while they won’t be heading to Saskatoon for this weekend’s finals, coach Rod McKay said his team has come...

The best bantams

Prince Albert Trappers win provincial title in front of hometown fans After finishing third for two straight years Prince Albert is back on top of the provincial bantam lacrosse world. Dagan Carlson scored four straight goals and notched two assists to lead the PA Trappers to...

Making faces

Meacham potters’ exhibit, first shown in France, makes Canadian debut in PA In 2014, potter Bonnie Gilmour and her “partner in life and in clay” Charley Farrero wanted to get away from their studio in Meacham, Sask. and create a new body of work inspired...

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