Rockers reversed British invasion

For Beatles-crazed North American teens in the early 1960s, Liverpool was a music mecca, and the Cavern Club was the base of the entire British Invasion. This dank, dingy, brick-walled subterranean club — a former bulk wine cellar located in the heart of Liverpool’s business district — was Read More

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14-year-old girl struck by car in Onanole

Yellowhead RCMP are reporting a 14-year-old girl who was hit by a car in Onanole, Manitoba Saturday is in stable condition. On Saturday shortly before 2:30 p.m., Yellowhead Area RCMP were dispatched to a vehicle and pedestrian collision on Highway 10 at Victor Road. Investigations found a 2004… Read More

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City won’t fog for mosquitoes tonight

City crews won’t be out fogging tonight because of a low mosquito trap count average of 15. Last night, crews fogged in many areas, including Assiniboine Park where trap counts were the highest, sitting at 452 Saturday. Today, trap counts in the Assiniboine Park area or the southwest… Read More

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Readers split on speeding-ticket snafu

Our online readers had plenty to say about $1 million worth of photo-radar tickets from one construction zone being refunded. Many were frustrated speeders are benefiting from a technicality. It is unbelievable a total of $1 million in speeding tickets can be issued in a one-week period. If this Read […]

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Today’s Horoscope

MOON ALERT We have the all clear today to do business (whether $10 or $10 million) and make important decisions. The moon is in Scorpio. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Yesterday you were full of creative ideas that could not be implemented. Today, you can act. In fact, you strut your […]

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Time to organize city’s walking tours

Winnipeg might not be one of North America’s leading or even Top 50 mass-market holiday destinations, but this city does attract some tourism through several narrow but lucrative feeds. BUSINESS AND CONVENTION TRAFFIC: Though busy during the day, many of these visitors are looking for Read More

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Second arrest in city slaying

A second woman has been charged in connection with the city’s latest homicide. Raven Desjarlais, 27, was arrested by Regina police Tuesday. She was returned to Winnipeg on Friday and charged with second-degree murder and arson with disregard for human life in connection with the homicide. A Read More

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