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More Manitobans now eligible for COVID vaccine booster doses, province announces

More Manitobans now eligible for COVID vaccine booster doses, province announces

Anyone over 50 and Indigenous people 30 or older are among those who qualify for a second booster dose under expanded criteria.
Repairs made at sewage treatment plant but still more to be completed

Repairs made at sewage treatment plant but still more to be completed

The number of problems at the new facility is alarming, one councillor says.
Working from within government more productive than being in opposition, PC candidate says

Working from within government more productive than being in opposition, PC candidate says

Charlotte Larocque says that having a voice at the table where decisions are being made could pay dividends for the Thompson electoral division.
Quality Inn thanks local and visiting nurses

Quality Inn thanks local and visiting nurses

Quality Inn & Suites Thompson took steps to recognize the efforts of local and visiting nurses during National Nursing Week May 9-15 by delivering cookies and flowers to Thompson General Hospital.
Nurses reflect on their profession

Nurses reflect on their profession

May 9-15 was National Nursing Week, a celebration of a profession that was thrust into the spotlight during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Downtown restaurant owner tells council he’s tired of picking up beer cans on his property

Downtown restaurant owner tells council he’s tired of picking up beer cans on his property

Rick Oberdorfer of A&W says more has to be down to cut down on public drinking and littering in downtown Thompson.
May 19 is the deadline for voters to register or update information prior to June 7 Thompson byelection

May 19 is the deadline for voters to register or update information prior to June 7 Thompson byelection

Eligible voters who are not registered by May 19 can still register at the poll and vote on June 7, Elections Manitoba says.
Council approves adding overdue water bills to property taxes

Council approves adding overdue water bills to property taxes

1,336 accounts owed $92.76 or more as of Dec. 31, and the combined outstanding bills totalled $1,181,917.21.
Food buying co-op benefits Bayline residents’ budgets and bodies

Food buying co-op benefits Bayline residents’ budgets and bodies

Purchasing groceries in bulk and delivering them to communities by train provides access to fresh, healthy food without the added expense of travelling back and forth to Thompson.
Highway 6 petition organizers meet with provincial transportation minister

Highway 6 petition organizers meet with provincial transportation minister

Group outlined their concerns about Highway 6 safety and their request for wider shoulders, more passing lanes and better snow-plowing, among other issues.