The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Grant Burr
Posted: 05/30/2018 5:45 PM
Find these stories and more in the May 31 issue of The Carillon.
Keep those engines humming
After a stellar season, sports editor Terry Frey reports on how the Steinbach Pistons have already begun focusing on their next campaign.
A new rural outlook
Reporter Jordan Ross visits medical students getting a taste of rural medicine at the hospital in St Pierre.
Something's on Tapp
Reporter Dave Baxter talks with a ridesharing company about their hopes for expansion in Steinbach.
Saddle up in Grunthal
Reporter Geralyn Wichers delivers coverage from the Hanover Ag Spring Rodeo.
An infill housing proposal proved divisive at Steinbach city hall on Tuesday, as council and the public debated redevelopment strategies for a stretch of First Street near the central business district.
Developer Stefan Hodelmann sought a medium-density rezoning and side width ...
Anyone in southeastern Manitoba looking for something fun to do this weekend will have plenty of options, as several communities stage summer events.
Dugald will host the Springfield Country Fair this Saturday. Put on by the Springfield Agricultural Society, this year’s ...