Honeys drop finale

The Headstone Honeys Roller Derby team wrapped up their second season at the BDO Centre for the Community Saturday, falling 251-180 to the Gapland Rol

Daylen Green of the 15U Portage Cobras moves the ball during a Cobras win Sept. 15. (Kevin Hirschfield/The Graphic/QMI AGENCY)

Cobras wrap up year

It was a rare night of celebration for the 15U Portage Cobras soccer team this season on Monday in Portage.

Served Simply owners Debbie Hewitt and Laurie Collier celebrated their second anniversary with a Mexican themed lunch at the William Glesby Centre on Sept. 13. Hewitt and Collier served nachos, tacos, taco salad, and sombrero sundaes. (Svjetlana Mlinarevic/The Graphic/QMI Agency)

Arriba! Arriba!

Served Simply owners Debbie Hewitt and Laurie Collier celebrated their second anniversary with a Mexican themed lunch at the William Glesby Centre on

Kaitlin Pankratz’s corgi shepherd cross Sammy wore her best tutu and fairy wings during the Portage Animal Welfare Society’s Pawlooza on Sept. 13 at Island Park. The organization held the event as a way to raise funds for the shelter and to showcase the animals they have for adoption. (Svjetlana Mlinarevic/The Graphic/QMI Agency)

Pretty in pink

Portage Animal Welfare Society held their annual Pawlooza on Sept. 13 at Island Park. The organization held the event as a way to raise funds for the

Jason Turcotte, housing manager for the local CMHA's new apartments on Fisher Avenue, outside the new complex on Thursday. The new building will be having its grand opening in September. (Angela Brown, Portage Daily Graphic)

CMHA asks city for funding

The Canadian Mental Health Association – Central Region recently asked city councillors for more funding as their costs have escalated in recent month

High school volleyball recap

The PCI Saints JV1 volleyball team saw its first game action last weekend in a tournament at Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute in Winnipeg.

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