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City of Portage la Prairie Water Meter Installation Program

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Four Decades Celebrated

A fixture in the Arborg business community is celebrating a significant milestone this weekend. It's Smitty's Furniture's 40th anniversary, and co-owner Don Smith's reflecting on the roughly 35 years…
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City of Portage la Prairie Water Meter Installation Program

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Local Sports

Saints Crush Thunder in Morden

The PCI Saints are 3-0 to start the season after tonight's 17-6 trouncing of Morden in Zone 4 High School Fastpitch. The Saints have steadily increased their number of runs scored per game, going…

Terriers Lose Game 3 at WCC

The Portage Terriers suffered their first loss of the Western Canada Cup today as the West Kelowna Warriors won 3-2 in overtime. The game started slow for Portage with the team taking a penalty 4…

Saints Look For Third Straight

The PCI Saints face Morden tonight in Zone 4 fastpitch action. The Saints are 2-0 to start the season, after beating Garden Valley on the road Monday night. Saints' Grade 12 Pitcher Emily Smith talks…

Rookie Hitters Shine In Saints Win Over Garden Valley

The PCI Saints won 13-4 over Garden Valley tonight in Zone 4 High School fastpitch. PCI's Grade 11 Pitcher Sarah Thompson led the way with 12 strikeouts through 5 innings. Saints' rookies Maddie and…

Bats Lead Trojans To Victory

The bats were on tonight for the PCI Trojans' Zone 4 Baseball home opener against Mennonite Collegiate at Rotary Republic Park. PCI took game 1 of the double header 14-4, and followed up with a 10-6…

Ag News

Manitoba Agriculture reports seeding is 10 per cent done

Manitoba Agriculture released its first crop report of the year on Monday, estimating that about 10 per cent of the 2016 crop is in the ground. Provincial cereal specialist Pam de Rocquigny says…

Considerations for early canola seeding

As seeding continues in Manitoba, some producers are wondering whether or not it's too early to seed canola. Canola Council of Canada agronomy specialist Angela Brackenreed says it's a tough…

Farm organizations line up to oppose GM alfalfa

More than a dozen Canadian farm organizations have signed a letter opposed to genetically modified alfalfa. The modified traits are for glyphosate-tolerance and low-lignin. Lisa Mumm is with Canada…

FCC Dairy Report Shows Demand Is On The Rise

Canadians want more dairy — particularly yogurt and butter. That's according to Farm Credit Canada's (FCC) latest dairy sector report, which says yogurt consumption increased 34.2 per cent between…

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