New Position At PCI Focusing On Career Development

The Portage la Prairie School Division has created a new position, but it's a familiar face that will be filling the role. Blair Hordeski, who's been at La Verendrye for the last 23 years, including…

Local Sports

Blaze Shut Out

Portage Blaze remain winless this season in the Winnipeg Women's Soccer League. They fell 5-0 last night to South Central Hurricanes. The Blaze started with 8 players in this match and gave up only 1…

Oil Caps Up Next For Terriers Hopefuls

The Portage Terriers wrapped up their MJHL training camp yesterday afternoon at the PCU Centre. It started with rookie camp on Friday, and 60 players vying for a spot on the club. The Terriers are…

Scores & Schedule

Sunday, August 30 Winnipeg Women's Soccer League1st DivisionSC Hurricanes 5 Portage Blaze 0 CFLOttawa 35 Saskatchewan 13 American Baseball AssociationWinnipeg 3 Fargo-Moorhead 2 Major League…

Scores & Schedule

Sunday, August 30 Winnipeg Women's Soccer League1st DivisionSC Hurricanes 5 Portage Blaze 0 CFLOttawa 35 Saskatchewan 13 American Baseball AssociationWinnipeg 3 Fargo-Moorhead 2 Major League…

Ag News

Sunflower stands look strong

Sunflower stands look strong in Manitoba, and the past week of wet conditions was good for crops in some areas, helping with seed fill. However, if the wet weather continues, sclerotinia could become…

Perennial grain crops on the way — in a while

Perennial grain crops could be a possibility for producers on the prairies in the next 15 to 20 years. Doug Cattani is a perennial crop breeder with the University of Manitoba, and says they've been…

Don't let insects bug your stored grain

With harvest underway and grain going into the bins, it's time to be thinking of insects found in stored grain. According to provinical entomologist John Gavloski, there are two types of pests to be…

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