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

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.

AFM counsellor Jarret Yaworski at the Nov. 9 of Interlake SD board of trustees. Yaworski spoke about his work in the division’s schools. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

AFM counsellor in schools

For Jarrett Yaworski, the Nov. 9 meeting with Interlake School Division’s (ISD) board of trustees was his first in several years. Yaworski is with the

The IERHA has postpone the Nov. 19 community meeting that was to be have been at Walter Whyte School. A new date has not been selected for the meeting. (IERHA)

Meeting postponed

With winter striking Manitoba overnight and today, the Interlake Eastern Regional Health Authority has postponed the Nov. 19 public meeting in Grand M

A snowplow travels down Highway 6, near the junction with Provincial Road 236. During the morning of Nov. 19, all highways in the Interlake are ice/snow covered, making travel difficult. (Glen Hallick, Interlake Publishing, Postmedia Network)

Winter hits Interlake

Highway conditions throughout the Interlake were poor Nov. 19, following the first notable dump of snow this fall.

Nova House executive director Anna Pazdzierski speaks in support of Nova House’s new care home to be built on Clandeboye Avenue, at a public hearing Nov. 16. Selkirk council approved a variation order allowing the care home to accommodate up to 26 people. (Zach Samborski/Interlake Publishing/Postmedia Network)

Nova House care home approved

Selkirk council unanimously approved a variation order Nov. 16 for a new care home to serve families fleeing from domestic violence.

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