Local News
Gap to Fill in NACTV Programming
Crocus Photo Deadline
Lions TV Bingo Ending
Big Money for Beef
Family Robbed While Asleep
Flood Update
Flood Concerns in Gladstone
Baseball Gearing Up
Schools Dimming Lights
High Water Advisory Continued
Lily Fest Plans Filipino Night
MWF Welcomes Legislation
Provincial News
CFIB Business Barometer
Care Home Residents Relocated
Low Numbers on Organ Donor Site
Close Eye on Weather
Adoption Records to be Opened
Pesticide Restrictions
Selkirk Prepares for Rising Red
Care Home Flood
Pesticide Ban to be Introduced
Liberals Face Criticism
Train Derails in St. Norbert
Red River Crest Expected
House Explosion in Lorette
Gang Initiation Rumor
Police Investigate Homicide
Cocaine Seized
National News
Debris Not Linked to MH370
Gas Prices Spike
McDonalds Suspends Foreign Worker Program
Legal Battle Ends
EMS Called to 24 Sussex
Cars Ordered Off Rails
HMCS Regina Member Death
Arrest in Ottawa Death
International News


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Gap to Fill in NACTV Programming NACTV says they are still deciding what to do with a gap in their programming after a long-time prog ...(Full Story) Crocus Photo Deadline The deadline is fast approaching to get your photos in for Arden’s crocus photo contest. The conte ...(Full Story) Lions TV Bingo Ending A staple on NACTV will be fading to black next month. At last night’s NACTV board meeting, the boa ...(Full Story) Big Money for Beef Big money is headed towards Manitoba’s beef sector. Dauphin-Swan River-Marquette MP Robert Sopuck ...(Full Story) Family Robbed While Asleep RCMP in Portage are investigating a bizarre robbery. A house in the city was robbed Sunday morning w ...(Full Story) Flood Update Large amounts of ice are creating big problems on the Whitemud River at Gladstone. Much of the day w ...(Full Story)

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