It is nice to see our Mayor Bill Wiebe home from his long stay in the hospital. So welcome home Bill!
There might be a thoughtful assumption that the governing party in our province is of course the author of public policy.
In the spirit of the Christmas season, the PCI Saints hockey team not only lit up the College Beliveau Barracudas Wednesday, but spread out the offense....
Portage Toyota & RV is offering a chance to win a new 2014 Toyota Tundra by donating any non-perishable food items for their second annual food drive.
The Central Plains Sea Lions are back from their second swim meet of the season and their coach says they continue to make strides.
Portage Collegiate held one of two Christmas concerts Wednesday night in the school's west gym, led by music instructors James Reynolds and Teph Clink
The Heartland Multiplex in MacGregor had its official grand opening on Saturday, with the mayor cutting the red ribbon.
Students at North Memorial School will once again be eating porridge for breakfast, courtesy of a $22,000 grant from the CFPD.
The provincial government is making anybody with an AED required to register with the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Sheridan Oswald seemed pretty excited to be playing in her hometown.
The PCI Trojans must be glad they won't be seeing the Morden Thunder anytime soon.
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