The Portage la Prairie Fold Festival Association is bringing Guerrillas of Soul to local audiences with its Whoop and Holler concert on Aug. 7.
Svjetlana Mlinarevic, The Graphic
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It’s been almost three years since I first came to work at The Graphic and now it’s time for me to say goodbye. I’m leaving my home province once again in order to further my career, such is the life of a journalist.
Long Plain First Nation is trying to preserve its history and culture at the Rupert Prince Building in Portage la Prairie by making the structure a museum and adorning it with wood carvings of the Seven Teachings.
Portage la Prairie RCMP have not only been battling crime lately, but the heat as well.
Multiple break and enters in the RM of Cartier last weekend has resulted in a number of thefts.
A blues/rock guitarist who has played with some of the biggest bands in the music industry is coming to Portage la Prairie.
Manitoba Agriculture and Food Rural Development will host a horticultural diagnostic school in Portage la Prairie this Thursday for those who want to improve their cash crops.
While most would think of the Portage and District Arts Centre’s arts camp program as solely focusing on fine art, the truth is that it’s helping children learn essential skills.
A Gladstone resident approached elected officials recently about creating a citizens on patrol program as he feels the town is not as safe as it once was.
It’ll be an evening of country music on Thursday as Concerts in The Park will have a double billing.
The Portage la Prairie Emergency Services has finally awarded tender for engineering services and construction for the expansion of its fire hall and fire chief Phil Carpenter couldn’t be happier.
The City of Portage la Prairie has moved forward with its plan for Island Park Bridge and has put out a tender for a detailed design and construction quote.
Every year is an exciting year for the Threshermen’s Reunion and this year is no different.
For the Canadian Northern Lights Precision Drill team, attending the Calgary Stampede parade this year was enough of an honour, but to find out they placed in competition was something beyond expectations.
In this throw away consumer society that we live in, the Fort la Reine Museum would like everyone to slow down and appreciate the things from our past that have stood the test of time.
It looks like Portage la Prairie will keep the current school speed zones that are in place instead of modifying it to suit both drivers and students.
Tupper Street Family Resource Centre has gone green and is teaching children and parents how to go green too.
A local artist and photographer has taken upon himself to preserve a little bit of Portage la Prairie history.
Paul Nichols rides his horse Skip along the winding highway and with each step of Skip’s hoof on the hot tarmac, Nichols knows he is one step closer to bridging a gap.
For the fourth year in a row, the Green family has been doing their part in trying to battle a disease that has been slowly eating away at one they hold dear.