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Letter to the Editor

There were letters to the editor recently that I would respectfully like to address.

This year’s group gets ready to set out on the Parkinson Superwalk, their spirits not dampened by the wet weather. (Cassidy Dankochik, For Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Super turn out for Superwalk

Despite the rainy weather, hundreds of local residents were joined by politicians from three levels of government for the Parkinson’s Superwalk Sept.

The Quarry Strutters perform a line dance with clients and staff of Community Living — Interlake during their Annual Review and Open House at CLI’s main offices Sept. 17. Line dancing is an activity offered to CLI’s clients. (Adam Peleshaty, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Community Living - Interlake

Community Living – Interlake had their Annual Review and Open House at their main offices located at 307 Main Street (formerly Home Hardware) in Stone

Around the KJHL

The KJHL’s 2016-17 regular season does not start until Oct. 7 but the pre-season got underway Sept. 17 to help determine which players will make the r

The Curling Circuit

Camp Morton’s Kerri Einarson and her team from the East St. Paul Curling Club had a tough start to their 2016-17 season when they failed to reach the

Terry Fox Run - Gimli

Events across Canada raised funds for cancer research to commemorate the life of Terry Fox, and his Marathon of Hope. Gimli joined the action, having

After switching to the MSHL last season, the Stonewall Flyers are returning to the SEMHL for the 2016-17 season. (File photo)

Switching leagues

The Stonewall Flyers’ foray into the Manitoba Senior Hockey League turned out to be a brief one.

L-R: CentrePort Canada CEO Diane Gray, Minister of Agriculture Ralph Eichler, RM of Rosser reeve Frances Smee, and Imperial Seed president Kurt Schmon signal for the beam to be raised during a “girder-raising” at the new Imperial Seed site at CentrePort Sept. 15. (Adam Peleshaty, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Imperial Seed coming to CentrePort

Lakeside MLA and Minister of Agriculture Ralph Eichler and RM of Rosser reeve Frances Smee were on hand for the “girder-raising” of a new agricultural