The Carillon - ONLINE EDITION
By: Grant Burr
Posted: 07/10/2019 9:18 PM
Find these stories and more in the July 11 issue of The Carillon.
Hop to it
Reporter Kaitlyn Kozarchuk looks into the history of Frog Follies, which will jump frogs for the fiftieth time this weekend.
Conversations are key
I talk with a speaker from last weekend's Steinbach Pride event about how he thinks groups with opposing viewpoints can come together.
Sage on the page
Reporter Jordan Ross shares about a local high school teacher tackling the topic of education fads in a new book.
Sports editor Terry Frey takes a swing and shares about the Manitoba Amateur Men's Golf Championship, set for Quarry Oaks next week.
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 ...
It’s that time of the year when the cowboys dust off their boots, the rodeo clowns tug on their wigs, and the cows get ready to run for dear life.
The Manitoba Stampede and Exhibition runs July 18-21 in Morris. The ...