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Tomorrow in The Carillon

By: Grant Burr

Posted: 01/10/2018 5:51 PM

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Find these stories and more in the Jan. 11 issue of The Carillon.

Looking for answers

Reporter Jordan Ross talks to dog owners who fear their missing dogs are part of a worrying trend.

Gear up

Sports editor Terry Frey reports on the play of the Steinbach Pistons and a fancy new addition to the old barn.

Tragic discovery

Reporter Dave Baxter heads to Badger after police say human remains were found following a house fire in the community.

More Local News

  • Dalton takes lead at family resource centre

    10/15/2018 10:15 AM

    Steinbach Family Resource Centre has named Jo-Anne Dalton as its new executive director.

    Dalton joins the centre with a strong background in non-profits and fundraising, the organization said.

    Supporters are invited to meet Dalton at the centre’s annual fundraising banquet on Oct. ...

  • Donna and Alan Kelly display two finished wheels and a favourite photograph from their horse-drawn journey from Montreal to Manitoba.

    Wheelwright helps couple’s wagon roll on

    10/14/2018 8:30 AM
  • Candidates lay down land purchase views

    10/13/2018 10:15 AM

    Steinbach’s three candidates for the mayor’s chair and 10 challengers for council seats responded to another question from The Carillon this time on the subject of land acquisitions.

    All 13 candidates answered the following question: Are you satisfied with the City ...

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