The province recently announced new speed zones for motorists passing emergency vehicles, police and roadside assistance vehicles.
For the past 12 years, Portagers have been competing against one another as to who has the tastiest chili while at the same time raising money for a good cause.
The Portage la Prairie Regional Library will host an aboriginal poet as part of the 2014 Thin Air Writer’s Series from the Winnipeg International Writers Festival.
Bob Oldford, a juvenile counselor at Agassiz Youth Centre, has decided to run for councillor and he wants to build a city for everybody.
Coun. Brent Froese has announced that he will be running for council once more and that his campaign is all about common sense.
It’s been two weeks since the city implemented the new school speed zones and the RCMP are reporting drivers have been quite good at meeting the 30 kilometres-an-hour speed requirement.
A familiar name is entering the race for city hall with a platform focused on development.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Portage la Prairie celebrated in style on Sept. 18 as they reflected on 40 years in the community.
A Portage la Prairie woman is standing up to city council and she wants you to stand with her.