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SPORTY SCOREBOARD!

SPORTY SCOREBOARD!

Juniper Elementary School recently replaced their old scoreboard with a new one thanks to a grant of just over $5,170 from the Thompson Community Foundation through the Moffat Family Fund.

Thompson RCMP called off dangerous highway pursuit

Thompson RCMP called off a dangerous highway pursuit on Nov. 14 following a white Doge pickup truck that had been stolen from Wabowden. The RCMP were told to be on the look out for the vehicle around 9 p.m. that night.
City expects to be in compliance with accounting requirements by May 31, 2010

City expects to be in compliance with accounting requirements by May 31, 2010

The City of Thompson expects to meet its May 31, 2010 deadline to finish its analysis of tangible capital assets.

City of Thompson develops family hiring policy

The City of Thompson, which has several married couples working for it, has developed a family hiring policy, spelling out things like who constitutes "immediate" family, hiring and supervision.

Second waste cart restrictions dominate last community neighbourhood meeting of council

There was a lot of public involvement at the final community neighbourhood meeting put on by the City of Thompson, which took place at R. D. Parker Collegiate on Nov. 4.
Krahenbil still working with Thompson CMHA from Winnipeg

Krahenbil still working with Thompson CMHA from Winnipeg

Although Connie Krahenbil and Cory Young, a couple that has been very involved in different aspects within the city of Thompson for many years, now live in Winnipeg, Krahenbil is still working with the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Tho
A Port in the Storm forging ahead towards public launch in new year

A Port in the Storm forging ahead towards public launch in new year

Northern Manitoba has proved to be the strongest region in all of the province for A Port in the Storm, an initiative that is trying to raise money to build a family-style home in Winnipeg for rural and Northern Manitobans to stay when they, or their
Ten nights of rides in 12th year of Red Nose

Ten nights of rides in 12th year of Red Nose

Operation Red Nose launched its 12th year in Thompson Nov. 13 at the City Centre Mall, announcing that volunteers will be driving people home in their own cars for 10 nights this year, starting Nov. 27.
Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff committed to removing cap on investment in aboriginal education

Liberal leader Michael Ignatieff committed to removing cap on investment in aboriginal education

Liberal opposition leader Michael Ignatieff travelled to Thompson to talk with University College of the North (UCN) students Nov. 19. Ignatieff had a busy regional schedule last week, visiting Winnipeg, Thompson and Kenora, Ont.
Bullying Awareness Week goes from Nov. 15 to 21

Bullying Awareness Week goes from Nov. 15 to 21

Stand Up to Bullying! That's the message the founders of bullying.org are spreading during the seventh annual Bullying Awareness Week, going from Nov. 15 to the 21 all across Canada.