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Snowmobilers reminded to be safe and follow rules

The Thompson RCMP detachment's traffic services is reminding snowmobilers to follow by-law and ensure their safety as well as the safety of others this snowmobiling season. Const.

Community-based healing centre to be launched in Thompson

The Province of Manitoba has launched a new program aimed at helping children who are at risk of becoming sexually exploited.
RCMP patrol school after bomb threat at R. D. Parker

RCMP patrol school after bomb threat at R. D. Parker

RCMP officers were on the scene at R. D. Parker Collegiate in Thompson on the evening of Nov. 26 and again Nov. 27 after an alleged bomb threat was found scrawled across the walls in a boys' bathroom at the school.
RCMP patrol school after bomb threat at R. D. Parker Collegiate

RCMP patrol school after bomb threat at R. D. Parker Collegiate

RCMP officers are on the scene at R. D. Parker Collegiate in Thompson after an alleged bomb threat for today was found scrawled across the walls in a boys' bathroom at the school. New R. D.
BREAKING SCHOOL NEWS! Threat warning letter for today goes home to parents of R.D. Parker Collegiate students

BREAKING SCHOOL NEWS! Threat warning letter for today goes home to parents of R.D. Parker Collegiate students

A letter to parents from Principal Ryan Land was sent home from R.D. Parker Collegiate with students yesterday warning of a possible threat for today - Friday, Nov. 27 - after a message was found written in one of the washrooms.
Crafty Crew

Crafty Crew

CRAFTY CREW: Local artists Anne Snihor, Jan Hall, Larry Hall and Sue Sutherland held a craft sale at the Thompson Regional Community Centre Nov. 14.
MAPS is moving

MAPS is moving

Men Are Part of the Solution (MAPS) is moving from its original home at 201-79 Selkirk Ave. to 27 Station Rd. next month. Oswald Sawh, chairperson of MAPS, says the move is happening because of Northern Restorative Justice (NRJ) shutting down.
Five vie for city council seat in Dec. 9 byelection

Five vie for city council seat in Dec. 9 byelection

Five candidates have been busy campaigning throughout the city in the past few weeks in a bid to fill the vacant seat on Thompson's city council left by Cory Young when he departed in September.
Trappers will be in Thompson for fur tables Dec. 18-19

Trappers will be in Thompson for fur tables Dec. 18-19

The Lac du Bonnet-based Manitoba Trappers Association is expecting about 200 trappers, many from remote communities, to arrive at St Joseph's Ukrainian Catholic Hall on Juniper Drive next month for the annual fur tables, one of Northern Manitoba's si

Spirit Way gala raises nearly $15,000

Volker Beckmann, volunteer project co-ordinator with Spirit Way, is calling their annual gala, which took place at the Thompson Inn's North Star Saloon on Nov. 12, a big success.