The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Staff Writer
Posted: 04/10/2019 7:25 PM
Find these stories and more in the April 11 issue of The Carillon.
Threat targets NCI
Reporter Dave Baxter shares more on an online threat made against Niverville Collegiate on Monday.
Don't fence him in
Reporter Jordan Ross visits La Broquerie council, where the reeve stood accused of not properly maintaining his property.
Aces take title
Sports editor Terry Frey reports on the Ste Anne Aces, as the club lays claim to the Hockey Manitoba Senior 'A' title.
Find these stories and more in the June 20 issue of The Carillon.
Journey to Steinbach
Reporter Jordan Ross shares the story of one Syrian refugee's experience that ultimately led to him calling Steinbach home.
Reporter Dave Baxter talks to organizers of ...
A 15-year-old male from Oakbank died on Sunday after his dirt bike collided with a train.
Oakbank RCMP responded to a report of the collision at 5:50 p.m. The crash occurred at a railway crossing on Spruce Road, north of Oakwood ...
La Broquerie council is taking advantage of its newfound authority to set speed limits on municipal roads.
Council gave first reading last week to a 50 km/h speed limit bylaw on all roadways in the LUD.
Rural roads south of Highway 52 ...
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