Both the Warren Wildcats’ varsity girls’ and varsity boys teams claimed tournament titles as they came home with gold from tournaments at Goose Lake High School Sept 29 and 30. The Wildcat girls started the Angel Invitational Tournament by playing the host Goose Lake High Angels. Their first game lasted only two sets with the Wildcats reeling in th
Camp Morton’s Kerri Einarson, who curls out of the East St. Paul Curling Club, once again showed the Interlake isn’t afraid to throw a few rocks with a second place finish in the Mother Fall Club Curling Classic Sept. 21 to 24. The bonspiel, hosted by the Granite Curling Club in Winnipeg, started out well for the East St. Paul rink who won all five
The RM of Rockwood is spearheading the expansion of the current Stonewall-Rockwood Fire hall, which promises to give the volunteer fire department more room in order to store life-saving equipment.“We were pretty tight for space. Trucks were basically butted up against each other. It was really tight. The meeting room with 30 members in the departm
In comparison to last year at this time, Stonewall-Rockwood fire chief Curtis McClintock said, that calls to the department for fire are down. “There have been a few calls but on the average it’s probably about ten calls difference from where we were last year. We thought we were going to have a dry spring but then we started to get some of the rai
Stonewall resident, Barry Lamm, recently qualified and registered to run in the Boston Marathon which will take place April 16, 2018.“It’s a big deal,” Lamm said. “I received the acceptance email and I am on the entry list.”Lamm competed in a Boston Marathon qualifier to prove that he has what it takes to run, what for him, is a bucket list race. “
Many events in the Interlake took place to celebrate Culture days a pan-Canadian volunteer movement with the aim to raise awareness, accessibly, participation and engagement of all Canadians in the areas and cultural life of their communities. Among the culture day events, that took place between Sept. 29 and Oct. 1, was a literary walkabout at the
Rwo-time back-to-back Keystone Junior Hockey League champions, Peguis First Nation Juniors kicked off their campaign to take their third straight championship title with a win Oct. 7.
To mark its 50th anniversary since opening, Dr. George Johnson Middle School in Gimli held a community celebration and ribbon cutting in its gymnasium Oct. 5.
The provincial government is continuing its pre-budget consultation process in the Interlake, with Finance Minister Cameron Friesen scheduled to visit St. Laurent Oct. 17.
Stonewall’s Jody Ansell was shot in the right arm while attending a country music festival in Las Vegas Oct. 1.
Arborg Collegiate Institute made sure its new track oval got off to a running start at its grand opening ceremony Sept. 26.
The province officially welcomed 19 new family physicians to the Interlake-Eastern Regional Health Authority during a press conference at the Gimli Community Health Centre Sept. 27.
Leaving a pile of dog feces on a bylaw officer's desk turned out to be a crappy joke.
The RM of Gimli is hosting its fourth annual Nuit Blanche arts festival and tour Sept. 30.
RCMP recently posted to their Facebook page requesting help finding the identity of a suspect who stole two vehicles from a residential property in the R.M. of Rockwood on Sept. 6, at approximately 4:30 a.m. Both vehicles contained personal property belonging to the home owners, including debit and credit cards.A few hours later, at 6:44 a.m., the
The Interlake-Eastern RHA teammed up with the Interlake Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Coalition and the Northeastern FASD Coalition to provide an evening of education.
The newest regional hospital in Manitoba celebrated its grand opening in Selkirk, Sept. 14. Construction of the new health centre began in spring 2014 and the first patients moved in June 25.“The new Selkirk Regional Health Centre better accommodates residents’ health-care needs and the delivery of health-care services in the region,” Health, Senio
Researchers with the Lake Winnipeg Research Consortium will continue to carry out vital projects on Lake Winnipeg thanks in part to $150,000 worth of funding from the provincial government.
Starting Sept. 25, Gimli Septic Service Ltd. will conduct clean ups of certain Arborg sewers lines, CAO Lorraine Bardarson said, in a public notice.
The province’s Hyrdologic Forecasting Centre is forecasting high winds developing over the next 24 hours, resulting in a high wind warning effect for the southwest basin of Lake Winnipeg, a news release said, Sept. 15.