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Portage La Prairie Central Plains Herald Leader (Newspaper) - August 16, 2008, Portage La Prairie, ManitobaThe new Welcome to Highway 1a West Portage la Prairie my phone 857 3458 toll free 1 800 284 9914 7 74675 80033 2 news fun at the fair partakers Naig Portage la Prairie 5 Oakville Elie 6 Gladstone Plumas 7 Macgregor Austin 8 9 Gladstone fair was a great Success with All sorts of activities for fair goers of any age 7 Mitchell Partaker of St. Claude won five medals at the 2008 Naig in cow Chan b. C. 25 $ 1 50 includes tax sports David w. Faurschou la Portage la Prairie constituency Canad inns Portage la Prairie 857 9267 Umfort clothing outlet Portage mall 857 4532 50 70% off off All summer clothing fall styles arriving daily this is not a closing out Sale open Mon. Fri 10 9 saturday 10 6 thedarl graphic. Com Portage la Prairie saturday August 16, 2008 year 20 no. 8 distinguished Best in service award to nominate someone who gave you great customer service go to wow. City. Portage la Prairie. My. Ca or email tourism City plan. Com or ads Phera Loleader. Com. Provide name place of employment and a Brief description of your customer service experience. Best in service thedarl graphic. Com published by Bowes publishers limited looking at the roots of a former Portage who has used his photography to make a name for himself see Page 11 snapshot of life Shane Gibson Central Plains Herald Leader Here Veggie Veggie Brian Beaubien of Battleford sask., pays Kaley Giffin for some fresh Corn he picked up from the Mayfair farms truck parked on Saskatchewan Avenue West in Portage recently. The truck will remain open from 10 a. To 6 p. M., from wednesdays to sundays till the end of August. Stubble burning stamped out by Rob Swystun Central Plains Herald Leader the provincial government has turned up the heat on illegal crop residue burning this year in the name of safety. After the bad incidents last year Keystone agricultural producers Kap president Ian Wishart said there was a lot of attention brought to illegal burning last summer saw traffic accidents caused by smoke filled roads from illegal and improper burning. This year Manitoba agriculture food and Rural initiatives with input from an advisory committee that included representatives from Kap the Manitoba lung association concerned parents of children with asthma the Winnipeg regional health authority and Manitoba health has implemented a ban from aug. 1 nov. 15 on crop residue burning province wide. Crop producers will Only be allowed to Burn when and where it is specified Safe to do so. In addition to that the province has invested More Money for surveillance to crack Down on producers who Burn illegally. The ban is meant to ensure Farmers dont Burn crop residue when conditions Are Ripe for inversion which Wishart explained As Cool falling air that prevents the dissipation of smoke and keeps it close to the ground. See ban Page 2
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