Another year of the Triple S Fair and Rodeo has gone by, and with that the winners of the annual parade hosted by the local chamber of commerce were a
Since the Winnipeg Blue Bombers moved to Investors Group Field, fans have been complaining about the drive and the parking. Murray Chatfield has a way
Kids golf free
The Selkirk RCMP have a summer student joining them.
The Manitoba Ombudsman released five new reports online last week, one of which concerned the RM of St. Andrews.
Fresh off the success of the Strawberry Social held July 16 at the Lions Community Centre, South Interlake 55 Plus remains as busy as ever. With regul
Once again, as Manitobans we find ourselves facing floodwaters approaching peak levels we experienced just a few years ago in 2011. The Interlake is n
Running on a deficit has put a strain on the Behavioral Health Foundation (BHF) located on Breezy Point Road. The $300,000 deficit incurred last year
Dr. Pooventhran Pillay, MD, faced a lot of problems growing up. He was born in South Africa during the apartheid era. He saw a big discrepancy between
As negotiations slowly creep towards the one-year mark, employees of Community Living Selkirk’s union, CUPE Local 3085, are more inclined to strike.
Cyclist dies after hit by van
While sitting across the kitchen table from his father Alan, Jim Beachell hears the sound of another train as it passes on the railroad tracks close b