Juniors take bite out of Dawgs

Still sitting first overall in the Keystone Junior Hockey League (KJHL) standings, the Peguis Juniors continued their winning ways against the Arborg

Conservation minister and Interlake MLA Tom Nevakshonoff (above) says the province is committing $100 million towards a Lake Winnipeg fund. Lakeside MLA Ralph Eichler said the NDP's Throne Speech lacks balance when it comes to spending. (File photo)

Throne speech

Minister of Water Stewardship and Conservation and Interlake MLA Tom Nevakshonoff is pleased with the NDP government’s latest Speech from the Throne t

Come the fall of 2016, the CBC will broadcast a documentary about Interlake Elvis impersonator Dave Green and his family. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Doc about Greene

Sometime during the fall of 2016, CBC plans to broadcast a documentary about Dave Greene and his family.

Thomas Johnson is a Financial Advisor with Cascade Financial Group - ThomasJohnsonMB@outlook.com (File photo)


A large portion of Canadians plan on funding their retirements with a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). Most of us are familiar with the basi

The Stonewall Festival of Lights Parade is set to roll Dec. 4. (File photo)

Festival of Lights

The white stuff has arrived in Manitoba just in time for Stonewall to welcome Santa Claus next week at its annual Festival of Lights Santa Claus Parad

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

Woodlands students joined in the ribbon cutting of the new Woodlands School, with (l-r) Education minister James Allum, Woodlands principal Ward Hrabi, ISD board chair Alan Campbell and Ward 2 trustee Cindy Brad. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Officially open

Although the new $9 million school in Woodlands has been in operation since the beginning of the 2015-16 school year in September, it was not until No

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