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The City of Portage la Prairie Community Sustainable Development Plan

The 15-Year plan will help guide Portage towards a sustainable future. View the plan here...

Delta Beach Getting New Play Structure

While much of the flood damage at Delta Beach is being resolved, some loose ends include the replacement of a play structure. Portage la Prairie reeve Kam Blight explains how they're handling this…

Local Sports

MacGregor Takes Minnedosa On The Road

In Zone 7 Soccer, the MacGregor Mustangs were successful on the pitch for the second time this week. The boy's club won 3-nil over Minnedosa. Mustangs' Jason Wiebe, Nathan Morris and Lane Donald each…

Terriers Sputter In Automobile City

The Portage Terriers suffered their first loss of the MJHL season last night as they fell to the Steinbach Pistons 5-4. It was a rough start on the road for Portage, as they were outshot 12-3 in the…
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The City of Portage la Prairie Community Sustainable Development Plan

The 15-Year plan will help guide Portage towards a sustainable future. View the plan here...

Saints Get Payback For Last Year's Semi Final/Trojans Struggle

It was another busy night of West Winnipeg Athletic Conference volleyball at PCI last night, and it continues today. The PCI varsity Saints and Trojans split the night against Fort Richmond. The…

JV's Split at PCI/Varsity Looks To Roll Through FRC

It was a split night for PCI's junior varsity volleyball teams last night in Portage. The JV Saints came away winners in 4 sets over Oak Park in the West Winnipeg Athletic Conference, while the…

Terriers Return To Steinbach

The Portage Terriers are in Steinbach tonight for their first meeting with the Pistons since last year's MJHL Championship Final. The Dogs and Pistons are 2-0 this season, and are ranked 1 and 2…

Ag News

Soybean Yields 'Surprisingly Good'

A production specialist with Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers (MPSG) says the soybean harvest is off to a good start. Kristen Podolsky estimates that soybean harvest is between 30 and 40 per cent…

PED On The Rise This Year In Manitoba

Hogs are being moved out of a finisher farm in southeast Manitoba, after the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea (PED) Virus was discovered at the operation last week. The pigs are being moved out to the US…

Forward Hog Prices Continue To Drop

The director of risk management with Hams Marketing says forward hog prices have really come down, pretty much trading at the lowest level that we've seen so far this year. Tyler Fulton says prices…

Wet Weather During Harvest Could Affect Crop Quality

Producers in Manitoba continue to harvest spring cereals, canola, flax, edible beans and soybeans. The province's weekly crop report also states that the first acres of sunflowers and grain corn have…

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