• Local ice fishermen are seeing more jackfish, and fewer profitable species (file photo)

    Manitoba Conservation Responds To Jackfish Concerns

    Manitoba Conservation says the challenges facing the commercial ice fishing industry on Lake Manitoba aren't necessarily caused by the Jackfish population. Commercial fishermen on the lake have been expressing concerns over the future of the industry, suggesting reduced pickerel and perch populations are caused by the jackfish in the la...

  • Mayor Says Portage's Drinking Water Supply Is Safe

    This week's boil water advisory in Winnipeg may have you wondering about the safety of our own water supply here in Portage la Prairie. Mayor Irvine Ferris says they follow ...

  • Oakville Curling Club Raising Funds

    Major fundraising is underway for a capital project at the Oakville Curling Club. Secretary-Treasurer Karen Olafson says their ice plant has been down for quite a while, so ...

  • Icy Roads Cause Accident

    Roads in southern Manoitoba were slippery this morning, and around 6:45, a crane truck on the Trans Canada Highway was a victim. The RCMP say it appears the driver touched ...

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  • Portage vs Dauphin PCU low

    Terriers Tie Record With Win

    The Portage Terriers tied a franchise record last night with their 46th win of the season; it was a hard fought 6-2 victory over the Dauphin Kings. Portage looked in control earl
  • Terriers Take On Kings

    In MJHL, Portage Terriers have a chance to tie their franchise record for wins in a season tonight as they host Dauphin Kings at 7:30. This will be the 5th m

  • Caps In Kenora This Weekend

    The Central Plains Capitals lost both their games over the weekend in the Manitoba AAA Midget Hockey League. The Caps lost 5-2 against Pembina Valley, and 12-

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