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Hometown Hockey Leaves Its Mark In Portage

And just like that, it was over. Rogers Hometown Hockey drew cheers and applause from fans last night in Portage la Prairie, as the two-day long celebration wrapped up, with the Hometown Hockey…

Local Sports

Islanders Force Deciding Game In Notre dame

Get ready for Game 7. The Portage Islanders evened the South Eastern Manitoba Hockey League Championship best-of-seven series up at 3-3 last night. They took out the Hawks 6-2 in front of the home…

Terriers Take Game 2 In Triple OT

It took over 90 minutes of hockey for the Portage Terriers to emerge victorious last night over the visiting Steinbach Pistons. Mackenzie Dwyer was the hero for Portage in triple overtime as the dogs…
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Champions Crowned At Portage Curling Club

The Portage Curling Club's league champions were decided. All the award winners can be found below. Ladies results Tier 1 Points winners Team Hulme - Heather Hulme, Bea Mozdzen, Beth McKinnon,…

Terriers Get Set For Game 2

The Portage Terriers look to rebound this afternoon in game two of the best of seven MJHL semi-finals against the Steinbach Pistons. Penalty trouble got the best of the Terriers on Friday night in…

Islanders Fall in Game 5, Look for Win in Game 6

The Portage Islanders fell 3-1 to the Notre Dame Hawks yesterday in South Eastern Manitoba Hockey League action. The Hawks currently lead the best of seven championship final series 3-2. Islander…

Ag News

Brandon Researcher Testing Commercial Viability of Sweet Potatoes

A researcher at Assiniboine Community College in Brandon is testing whether it would be commercially viable to grow sweet potatoes in Manitoba. Dr. Sajjad Rao revealed some of his findings earlier…

Federal Ag Critic Not Smiling Over 2017 Budget

The federal agriculture critic says he’s not giving the new budget a passing grade. David Anderson says when it comes to agriculture, the Liberals have recycled some money from previous…

Canadian Grain Commission Appoints New Chief Grain Inspector

Gino Castonguay has been appointed by the Canadian Grain Commission as Chief Grain Inspector for Canada, replacing Randy Dennis, who has retired. "Mr. Castonguay's previous experience as a grain…

CN Shipping Record Volumes of Grain

CN Rail says grain movement is on record pace after a slow start last fall, due to wet conditions at harvest. Director of Grain Marketing David Przednowek talked about how grain has been moving so…

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