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It's a miracle!

Dairy Queen Portage la Prairie set a record on Aug. 14 during its Miracle Treat Day. The restaurant was able to raise $6,301 for the Manitoba Children

Soldiers Bombardier Walter Arksey (left) and Master Cpl. Tim Wilson had their memorial desecrated last week after thieves stole commemorative planters from their cairn. (Submitted Photo)

Veterans’ memorial looted

The memorial site of two Langruth soldiers was desecrated last week when two ornamental vases were stolen leading family members to wonder who would d

The ceremonial opening ball drop at last year’s Canadian Cancer Society Road Hockey Tournament. (Submitted Photo)

Road warriors

Everything went great at last year’s first ever Canadian Cancer Society Road Hockey Tournament in Portage la Prairie ... except the weather.

Jessica Dyck of the Portage Blaze tries to track down the ball during Portage's loss to the SE Shooters Aug. 20. (Kevin Hirschfield/The Graphic)

Blaze shutout by Shooters

Relegation is almost a foregone conclusion for the Portage Blaze now after they dropped a 3-0 decision to the South End Shooters Wednesday night

Premier Greg Selinger inspects a wren birdhouse built by Eleanor Prince, 12, during a visit to Portage Collegiate Institute on Tuesday. The Premier is on a skills and jobs tour supporting trades education among youth. (Svjetlana Mlinarevic/The Graphic/QMI Agency)

Selinger talks shop

Premier Greg Selinger made a visit to Portage Collegiate Institute on Tuesday as part of his skills and jobs tour.

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