The Saints and the Tigers stand together after the final. (Twitter)

Saints are champs

The Teulon Collegiate Saints varsity girls basketball team capped off an amazing season by winning a provincial title.

Thomas Johnson is a Financial Advisor with Cascade Financial Group. You can email him at (File photo)

Know your pension plan

Saving for retirement is not an easy thing to do. With so many bills competing for our funds each month, retirement savings often take a back seat. Th

The Selkirk Journal marks its 30th anniversary in 2015. The Journal is one of three community weekly newspapers of Interlake Publishing. The other are the Stonewall Argus & Teulon Times and the Interlake Spectator. (File photo)

Sale a go

The Competition Bureau approved the sale of Sun Media’s English newspapers and QMI Agency to Postmedia.

A stop sign in Arborg plastered with snow. Wednesday saw most of the highways throughout the Interlake covered with snow. (Tammy Karatchuk, For Interlake Publishing, QMI Agency)

Snow covered

Fresh snow made highways a little tricky Wednesday morning. There are numerous reports of not only vehicles in ditches, but accidents as well. Particu

(File photo)

It's all about resonating

Do you know the “theme song” to the venerable CBS news magazine program 60 Minutes? It’s not really music, but rather the simple ticking of a stop wat

The Red Barn, outside of Stonewall will host the inaugural Manitoba Equine Expo, March 28. (File photo)

Equine Expo

Equine enthusiasts and children’s health will be side-by-side for the first-ever Manitoba Equine Expo at the South Interlake Rockwood Agricultural Soc

The STARS helicopter, seen here in a file photo, was spotted last Friday flying north. The chopper and its crew were responding to an emergency in Fisher Branch, but were recalled mid flight. (File photo)

Was heading north

During the early afternoon of March 20, the STARS helicopter was seen flying from its base in Winnipeg, north into the Interlake.

Canada's Transport Minister Lisa Raitt. (REUTERS/Chris Wattie)

Feds toughen cockpit rules

All Canadian airlines will immediately be required to have two crew in the cockpit at all times, the federal transportation minister said Thursday.

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