Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger at his office inside the Manitoba Legislative Building. (Brook Jones, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Premier interview

Faced with a 30-point deficit in the latest opinion poll, Premier Greg Selinger does not act like someone heading into almost certain defeat, come the

RM of Rosser reeve Frances Smee continues to be embroiled in a leave of absence dispute. (File photo)

Dispute continues

Armed with an opinion from a professional parliamentarian, RM of Rosser Ward 3 coun. Angela Emms continued to press her position. Emms remains adamant

Selkirk Fishermen netminder Riley Bannerman keeps focused on the play. The Fishermen defeated the visiting OCN Storm 5-4 in overtime. (Brook Jones/Interlake Publishing/Postmedia Network)

Fish mount comeback against Storm

Despite being down 4-1 in the second, the Selkirk Fishermen made their penalty kills and edged the OCN Storm 5-4 in overtime Jan. 30 at the Selkirk Re

Brad Cressman (left) and Bernie Stahn of Canada Post met with Rockwood council during their committee of the whole meeting Jan. 27. (Adam Peleshaty, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

New postal code a possibility

If Canada Post has its way, mail delivery to the RM of Rockwood might undergo radical changes in the near future.

Manitoba Merv didn't see his shadow Tuesday morning. That means an early spring is on its way. (Oak Hammock Marsh)

He's the 'Sultan of Spring'

Manitoba Merv has proven himself to be the ‘Sultan of Spring’ with 22 correct predictions after 23 Groundhog Days. Oak Hammock Marsh spokesperson Jacq

Motor vehicle collision

According to Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, Highway 9 at Manitoba Avenue in Selkirk was officially closed 17 5:10 p.m. Feb. 1 due to a mo

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Selkirk RCMP arrest 'Machete Man'

Selkirk RCMP ended their search for a man carrying a machete in the city. They arrested the 24-year-old male, without incident, during the early morni

Oleksii Vasyliev (left) and Tetiana Vasylieva, with their five-year-old daughter Emiliya, are racing against time to try and find a way to remain in Canada and not be sent back to Ukraine. (Postmedia Network)

Facing deportation

A couple who came from Ukraine four years ago to do missionary work in the Interlake is losing hope they’ll be able to stay in their adopted home.

The devastation at Twin Lakes Beach during the flood of 2011. (Postmedia Network).

'Bullied' into contracts?

The Progressive Conservative Party is alleging the province issued 60 untendered contracts for flood security to one company, and then strong-armed mu

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