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This week in The Carillon

By: Grant Burr

Posted: 06/13/2018 6:00 PM

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Find these stories and more in the June 14 issue of The Carillon.

Then there were three

Reporter Jordan Ross and Editor Grant Burr interview three candidates that have stepped forward in the race for city council.

Summer's here

Reporter Geralyn Wichers gives us a rundown of what to expect at this weekend's Summer in the City.

Here to help

Reporter Dave Baxter learns more about a new group focused on helping those affected by PTSD.

On your marks

Sports editor Terry Frey shares results and photo coverage from the Hanover School Division Grade 7 and 8 track and field meet last Friday.

More Local News

  • Reynolds staff head for the exits

    11/19/2018 10:30 AM

    Personnel problems persist in the RM of Reynolds, where a new council is grappling with the sudden resignation of two senior administrators.

    Chief administrative officer Yann Boissonneault resigned the morning after the Oct. 24 municipal election, while assistant CAO Brigitte Klem ...

  • Singers needed for mass choir

    11/18/2018 9:45 AM

    A local musician and choir director is asking singers of all ages and skill levels to come forward, as he looks to put together a choir made up of hundreds of singers.

    Danny Plett is worship pastor at Steinbach’s Emmanuel Evangelical ...

  • Marchand-area resident Louise Tetrault stands amid one of several patches of lawn on her three-acre property turned to mud by animals escaping her neighbour’s farm. Tetrault said she’s frustrated by how long it’s taken to address the situation.

    Roaming farm animals leave Marchand resident frustrated

    11/17/2018 10:00 AM

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