Jared Kolomaya's rink brings up the rocks against Thistle's Scott Ramsay. Kolomaya's rink fell 6-5. (Zach Samborski/Interlake Publishing/Postmedia Network)

Carruthers advances, Kolomaya loses

Defending champion Reid Carruthers continued to roll on the A-side at the Manitoba men's curling championship, while Jared Kolomaya of the Stonewall C

Team Reynolds defeats Team Woodward

Winnipeg Beach Curling Club skip Justin Reynolds with, third, Tanner Lott, second, Wade Ford, lead, Nick Weshnoweski, defeated Team Woodward 9-5 Feb.

Alex Forrest (East St. Paul) downed Steve Irwin (Brandon) 9-3 on the 8:15 a.m. draw at the Viterra Championship in Selkirk Feb.11. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

In the books

The Thursday morning draw of the Viterra Championship is in the books. On Feb. 11, three of the six teams from the Interlake took to the ice, with two

The Stony Mountain Flames downed the Warren Jr. Mercs 2-1 in the B Division gold medal game. Front: goaltender Dominick Iwankow. Front Row (l-r): Tristan Yasinsky, Kyler Spraggs, Nolan Van Den Bussche, Noah Dannenberg, Aaron Zdrill. Back row (l-r): Ethan Chesworth, Reid Byle, Kaiden Kendel, Chris Vinck, Brody Stovin, Regan Hoess, Cole Emberly. Coaches (l-r): Kevin Van Den Bussche, Korde Bakkum, Brad Emberly. Missing: Connor Littlepage and Ashlee Hodge-Hirschfield (coach). (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Veterans Cup tournament

Twenty-four pee wee hockey teams took part in the 35th annual Stonewall Blues Veterans Cup tournament Feb. 5 to 7 at the Veterans Memorial Sports Comp

Municipal government minister Drew Caldwell, through a spokesperson, said he and his department will not interfere with the leave of absence turmoil in the RM of Rosser. (File photo)

Caldwell staying out of it

In regards to the leave of absence dispute in the RM of Rosser, a statement was issued on the behalf Municipal Government minister Drew Caldwell.

Diane Grey is the founding president and CEO of CentrePort Canada Inc. (Submitted photo)

Benefits of CentrePort

A big vision and high expectations have always been a reality for CentrePort Canada – billed right from the start as one of the greatest economic oppo

Skip Justin Reynolds and his Winnipeg Beach Curling Club team were not expected to do well against Mike McEwen and his second seed rink from the Fort Rouge. Reynolds lost 8-4 after running out of rocks in the final end. (Adam Peleshaty, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Almost going the distance

While it was still the anticipated result, Justin Reynolds’ team from the Winnipeg Beach Curling Club was not expected to almost go the distance again

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