Taken at an earlier home game against the Southwest Cougars, the Interlake Lightning have lost six games in a row, including to the Cougars this past weekend. (File photo)

Lightning face Chiefs, Cougars

Coming out of this past weekend’s road trip, the Interlake Lightning extended their current losing streak to six games.

Interlake Thunder lineman Mike Tillett holds his trophies at the MFLM Awards Banquet Nov. 17 at the Norwood Hotel in Winnipeg. Tillett split the award for Lineman of the Year, was a League All-Star and Player of the Month.

Hardware for Tillet

The Midget Football League of Manitoba (MFLM) hosted its annual awards banquet Nov. 17 at the Norwood Hotel in Winnipeg. The event, sponsored by Heavy

If you have any information regarding a hit & run in Stonewall Nov. 18, call Stonewall RCMP at 204-467-5015 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477, or text “TIPMAN” plus your message to CRIMES (274637). (File photo)

Hit & run

Stonewall RCMP are searching for a red Toyota RAV 4 SUV and its driver.

Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman MP James Bezan was named the Official Opposition's National Defence Critic by interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose. For two years Bezan was the Conservative government's Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Defence. (File photo)

Plum position

It’s a plum critic portfolio for Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman MP James Bezan. On Nov. 20, Bezan was named the Official Opposition’s National Defence Crit

Before retiring, Dr. Henry A. Ozirney was senior pastor of New Life Church near Stonewall for more than 40 years. He writes a weekly column for 'the Stonewall Argus & Teulon Times.' (File photo)


Last Friday evening, I was walking on the treadmill in the local gym, watching the Golf Channel, when a young man walked in. I watched as he glanced u

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Change for the better

What is in a name? A lot, especially when a sports team’s name has an Indigenous connotation to it.

Although a lockdown at Stony Mountain from Nov. 12 to 17 netted 'jail-made stabbing weapons" no charges are forthcoming said asst. warden Guy Langlois. (File photo)

Lockdown ends

After being in lockdown for five days, Stony Mountain Institution resumed normal activities Nov. 17.