Photo from RCMP
A 12-year-old boy and a 13-year-old boy are facing arson charges after a fire consumed the band office on a northeastern Manitoba First Nation.

Parkland farmers can attend a direct marketing meat products workshop in Dauphin next week.

A few Parkland groups are among 29 community organizations receiving tourism funding from the province.

Manitoba Agriculture and Community Futures Parkland will be presenting an economic analysis of the Gilbert Plains and Grandview region this evening.

The American populous has elected their 45th President.

Resident and officials from five southwestern municipaities are asking for help in preventing illegal moose hunting.

The Manitoba Beef Producers held the District 12, annual district meeting last night at the Jolly Club in Ste. Rose.

Students throughout Dauphin are welcome to stop by the Dauphin Friendship Centre on Tuesdays and Thursdays for a free hot lunch this year.

There are no serious injuries in a rollover on Dauphin's Triangle Road.

Work to restore the Stoney Point Beach campground continues, with debris clean-up slated for the fall.

One of the most decorated veterans in Canada's history is getting a plaque in his honour in Manitoba's Legislative Building.