The Peguis Juniors lost one and won another in their KJHL games Dec. 9 and 10. The loss did not dent their title hopes as the Juniors are firmly atop the league’s central division standings with 28 points as of Dec. 11.
A young girl from Arborg is taking her talent for storytelling and art and carrying it forward to better the world.
What could be more Canadian than going to a skating party?
farming couple from Riverton, who spent the better part of a year doing philanthropic work in South Sudan, an African country, are heading back to the continent to continue their charitable efforts. To help support their mission, Brian and Ruth Dyck will be having a coffee house fundraiser called Linking Arms with Africa at the Riverton Community H
The Manitoba government will consider transferring some services it currently delivers to municipalities, raising fears they’re about to download new costs as well.
Postmedia Network Inc. and Torstar Corp. announced a deal to swap dozens of free daily and community newspapers, most of which will be shut down due to declines in print advertising revenue.
TORONTO -- After five weeks of often damning testimony, the Crown rested its case against accused killers Dellen Millard and Mark Smich. Now we must wait to see if Millard will call himself to the stand to testify in his own defence.
Hundreds of residents throughout the Interlake opened their wallet and donated to a number of local community foundations.
The Province is investing in a community-based partnership to ensure at-risk youth in Selkirk can access co-ordinated supports to reduce contact with the law, establish healthy life goals and become successful members of society, Justice Minister Heather Stefanson announced Nov. 17.
Shane Scott Kenneth Sinclair, 29, from Peguis First Nation, was arrested and charged with Second Degree Murder Nov. 21.
Military police are investigating the death of a Canadian Army reservist during training at CFB Shilo, over the weekend.
West St. Paul School hosted a Remembrance Day Service Nov. 10.
The Riverton and District Chamber of Commerce and the Arborg and District Chamber of Commerce will soon be conglomerated to become a new chamber.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Middlechurch hosts the Remembrance Day Service for the RM of West St. Paul Nov. 11.
Lundar RCMP are looking for a missing at-risk youth.
Selkirk Legion Branch No. 42 poppy officer Wayne Bird presented Mayor Larry Johannso with the first poppy of the campaign, Oct. 25, held each year to mark the upcoming Remembrance Day.
Fuel could soon cost you more.
East St. Paul RCMP received a report of a missing 15-year-old girl
Deirdre Rooney was all smiles as the Selkirk Comp student was honoured with an academic award with honours Oct. 11.