The outdoor skating rink in Stonewall was filled with plenty of youth as they took advantage of the mild weather Jan.8. (Brook Jones/Interlake Publishing/Postmedia Network)

The good old hockey game

The outdoor skating rink in Stonewall was filled with plenty of youth as they took advantage of the mild weather Jan.8.

Seven-year-old Carson Cunningham is all smiles while fishing at the fourth annual KidFish Ice Derby on the Red River north of Selkirk, Man., on Sunday, Jan. 7, 2018. (Brook Jones/Selkirk Journal/Postmedia Network)

All about the kids

The sight of hundreds of kids on the frozen Red River just north of Selkirk was most welcome as the fourth annual KidFish Ice Derby took place Jan. 7.

Selkirk Mayor Larry Johannson and Burden of Truth series producer Kyle Irving, a partner at Manitoba production company Eagle Vision Inc., raise the City of Millwood flag at Selkirk's Waterfront in Selkirk, Man., on Friday, Jan. 5, 2018. (Brook Jones/Selkirk Journal/Postmedia Network)

Raising the flag

The City of Selkirk is celebrating the launch of the new CBC original series Burden of Truth when a flag was raised at Selkirk's Waterfront Jan. 5.

Petersfield’s Randine Baker is heading to the Manitoba Scotties. (File Photo by Brook Jones/Selkirk Journal/Postmedia Network)

Baker heading to Manitoba Scotties

Rebecca Lamb’s curling team has qualified for the Manitoba Scotties after clinching a berth during the Winnipeg regional qualifiers Dec. 15 to 17 at G

Rebecca Lamb (right) calls a shot during the Canola Junior Women’s Fall Berth Bonspiel Oct. 20. Lamb skipped her Stonewall Curling Club rink in the bonspiel. (Adam Peleshaty, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Lamb headed to Manitoba Scotties

Rebecca Lamb’s curling team has qualified for the Manitoba Scotties after clinching a berth during the Winnipeg qualifiers.

Big brother Billy Bennety, mom Ashely Harley and dad Lance Bennet with the region’s first New Year’s baby, Ezekial David James Bennet. (Photo Submitted)

First baby of 2018 arrives

The first baby of 2018 for Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority (IERHA) arrived at 2:50 p.m. Jan. 1 – making this the first New Year’s baby bor

This Sharp-tailed Grouse was spotted during the Christmas Bird Count in Balmoral, high up in tree during the late afternoon Dec. 16, while it was eating buds. During the summer this species forages on the ground and eat seeds, leaves, and insects, especially grasshoppers. On winter nights they often plunge or burrow into and sleep as much as two feet under the snow, which insulates them it from the cold. See story on page 2 of your Stonewall Argus and Teulon Times. (Photo Submitted)

Local residents counting birds

Why did the prairie chicken cross the road? To get counted in the 55th annual Balmoral Christmas Bird Count of course.

The Selkirk & District Community Foundation hosted their 24-Hour Giving Challenge Nov. 18. As much as $58,005 was raised. (Brook Jones/Selkirk Journal/Postmedia Network)

Community comes through

Gord Henrikson knows when you issue a challenge to Tri S folks, they respond. They did just that on Nov. 18 when they donated $58,005 to the Selkirk a

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