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    "Project Sprout" Will Help Grow Young Entrepreneurs

    The Portage Regional Economic Development office has launched "Project Sprout." Executive director Douglas Barill says they're partnering with an innovative teacher named Sean Hopps who has twenty-one students in a marketing class at PCI. Barill notes PRED has asked these young people to create two events they'd like to see in their cit...

  • Hydro Urging Clients To Be Wary Of Calls

    Scammers continue to target Manitoba Hydro customers around the province. Spokesperson with Manitoba Hydro Andrea Gruber explains how the scam works. "Customers are called ...

  • New Graders Coming To Westlake-Gladstone

    The municipality of Westlake-Gladstone has purchased four new graders. Mayor David Single says they're trading in three John Deeres and one Volvo and buying four 2015 John D ...

  • Parliament To Consider Air Strikes Into Syria

    The Prime Minister has announced that his government will be asking Parliament for approval to extend the mission against ISIL for another year. Portage-Lisgar M.P. and Mini ...

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    Caps in Shoal Lake for Game 4 Tonight

    The Central Plains Capitals can capture the Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League championship tonight with a win in Shoal Lake tonight. The Caps lead the best of 5 series 2-1, na
  • Day 1 Complete at the 2015 National Juvenile Broom

    It was a busy day at the 2015 Juvenile National Broomball Championships happening at the PCU Centre yesterday. 8 Games were played throughout the day, and the

  • Game 1 Goes To Portage

    It's one down and three to go as the Portage Terriers shutout the Virden Oil Capitals 1-0 in the opening match of the semi-final series. Congratulations goes

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