Selkirk and surround area residents can start planning what type of container to bring down to the 7-Eleven located at 55 Main Street in Selkirk.
The Arborg Ice Dawgs are well on their way to the Keystone Junior Hockey League championship- short by only one win. Arborg has been battling OCN Storm in the seven-game play-off semifinal, and as of press time, lead the series 3-1.
After weeks of heated competition, Foster Ag. Services took home a grand prize of $15,000 in ADAMA’s Thank-A-Retailer competition March 10.
The Woodlands Community Development Corporation hosted their annual general meeting at the Lake Francis Hall March 16.
The East Interlake Conservation District is working on a new strategic plan and asked Stonewall Council what Stonewall’s conservation priorities are.
The Interlake School Division board of Trustees approved their 2017-2018 budget at a board meeting, March 13.
Gwen Fox Gallery’s mixed bag art exhibit is drawing to a close but you still have time to check it out before the month’s end as it concludes April 1.
Interlake Publishing Wishes you luck of the Irish.
The Gordon Howard Centre hosted hosted an afternoon dancer and dinner.
In the last session of the six part wellness series hosted by South Interlake Regional Library’s Stonewall branch, Mothers were given guidance on how to be their best selves at the Self Care for Moms session March 9.
Nature lovers who head to Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre for their Maple Syrup Workshop, March 18, will leave with sticky fingers and the knowledge of how to tap their own maple syrup.
As part of the provincial initiatives through The Accessibility for Manitobans Act, Interlake-Eastern RHA is committed ensuring equal access and participation for all people, regardless of their abilities.
Stonewall’s emergency preparedness information is now available with the click of a mouse after the town activated a new Emergency Management page on their website.
Citizens on Patrol Program is an organization supported by Manitoba Public Insurance which involves local residents volunteering their time to help keep their community safe. Today, there are 56 groups registered with the Manitoba COPP and organizers in the St. Clement area are currently in need of more volunteers.COPP, which recently celebrated it
The RM of Gimli officially became the first community to raise long-time resident Bruce Benson's Flag of Humanity March 10.
Peguis First Nation’s election for chief and councillors will take place March 24. The Interlake Spectator asked some of the candidates a few questions in the run-up to voting day. Albert Sutherland, born and raised in the community, is a nominee for chief. Interlake Spectator: What would make you the ideal candidate for chief?Albert Sutherland: I
Evergreen School Division approved their 2017/2018 budget at their regular board meeting March 1.
Riverton Early Middle School students kicked off Canada 150 celebrations March 6 by hosting a tea for seniors at the Riverton Hnausa Lutheran Church.
After a week-long adventure, Sunshine, the pregnant dog that was on the loose throughout Stonewall made her way home. Sunshine, a yellow lab, escaped while being leash trained outside of her foster family’s home in Stonewall. From there, she trekked around the Interlake being spotted in north Selkirk and Petersfield before making her way back to St