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Sourdough Bay blaze grows near 3,000 hectares, more resources, out-of-province crews called in

Sourdough Bay blaze grows near 3,000 hectares, more resources, out-of-province crews called in

The forest fire near Sourdough Bay has grown overnight - but so have efforts to keep it at bay.
Sourdough Bay residents told to evacuate homes due to nearby fire

Sourdough Bay residents told to evacuate homes due to nearby fire

People living in the cabin area of Sourdough Bay near Flin Flon have had to evacuate their homes due to a forest fire, the first major blaze of the season.
RCMP Musical Ride to make August tour stop in Flin Flon, first since 2004

RCMP Musical Ride to make August tour stop in Flin Flon, first since 2004

A Canadian summer tradition will be coming to Flin Flon this August. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) Musical Ride will return to Flin Flon for the first time in two decades.
Following season end, Bombers name team award winners

Following season end, Bombers name team award winners

Following a spectacular regular season and a gutwrenching playoff loss, the Bombers handed out their team hardware, honouring several players for their efforts this year.
Rock cut painting donated to school, City

Rock cut painting donated to school, City

Two creations from a local artist will soon be mounted in an area school and at Flin Flon City Hall, thanks in part to several donations from arts aficionados.
Library closes for structural repairs, reopening this summer

Library closes for structural repairs, reopening this summer

The Flin Flon Public Library will be closed for about two months as workers come in to fix parts of the aging building’s structure.
Provincial board to hold meeting this month on water hike proposal

Provincial board to hold meeting this month on water hike proposal

Manitoba’s Public Utilities Board (PUB) will hold a meeting next month to discuss a possible water rate hike for Flin Flonners.
Mining may have led to high selenium in Schist Lake fish: province

Mining may have led to high selenium in Schist Lake fish: province

Fish found to contain high levels of selenium in Schist Lake may have come in contact with the element through mine runoff, say officials with a provincial government ministry.
Hapnot field lacrosse team makes on-field debut in Winnipeg

Hapnot field lacrosse team makes on-field debut in Winnipeg

Hapnot’s varsity lacrosse team made their program debut last weekend, playing four games on Winnipeg-area fields against local schools.
Plans begin for 2024 edition of Blueberry Jam

Plans begin for 2024 edition of Blueberry Jam

The next batch of the Blueberry Jam Music Gathering is currently in the works.
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