Impacts out

After receiving byes into their division semifinals at the 2015 Manitoba Major Soccer League (MMSL) playoffs, two Interlake teams failed to make an im

Community pastures

On Oct. 1 Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Ron Kostyshyn announced more than half of the province’s community pastures are now mana

Fired up about glass

Balmoral artist Patricia Anderson is set to debut her fine-art glass sculptures at the Gwen Fox Gallery in Selkirk Oct. 5.

Route for new transmission line

Last month Manitoba Hydro announced a deal to sell electricity to Minnesota, which will require building a transmission line. The 500-kilovolt line is

Tracy Dunston auditions for the role of the mother whose son is killed in the First World War. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

'Voices of War'

With performances of the Voices of War to start in mid-November, director Jodi Harrison and Settlers, Rails and Trails museum executive director Shayn

Communities in Bloom judges Bruce Beatty (left) and Lorraine Flanigan look over the Taylor Courtyard. (File photo)

Almost five blooms

Although the outcome for Stonewall at the national Communities in Bloom (CiB) conference in Kamloops, B.C. was not first place, there was little disap

Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman Liberal candidate Joanne Levy at a Town of Teulon council meeting earlier this year. On Oct. 5, Levy issued a news release accusing Conservative opponent James Bezan of spending too much money on mailings to constituents. (File photo)

Levy fires political broadside

With the lengthy federal election beginning to wind down, the campaign in Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman is beginning to heat up.

Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Minister Ron Kostyshyn (seen here at a previous function) announced the creation of the Rural Economic Development Steering Committee. (File photo)

Steering committee

Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Minister Ron Kostyshyn announced a new steering committee for a job creation strategy through rural e

Switching leagues

After nine seasons in the South Eastern Manitoba Hockey League (SEMHL), the Stonewall Flyers are going back to their roots.

The Stonewall-Rockwood Fire Department recently acquired the 'Jaws of Life.'The extraction equipment will be demonstrated twice during their Sept. 26 open house. The Rosser Fire Dept. use their set to pry open a vehicle that has crashed with the occupant still inside. (File photo)

Jaws of Life demo Oct. 3

Things will change a little for the Stonewall-Rockwood Fire Department’s (SRFD) open house Oct. 3. Instead of their traditional pancake breakfast, the

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