AD{CS6332948} .C. Miller Aces hockey team used a six goal eriod to take out the Pembina Tigers 9-6. gers entered the third period holding a 6-3 n the back


of an outstanding performance oaltender Nathaniel DeGraeve. Fortunately Aces, the breakthrough


came in the third, early and often in the period. high scoring




wasn?t foreshadowed 14 in t period, with the Tigers taking a 2-1 lead e locker room. DINNER Pembina SPECIALS would falter in the ing of the STARTING second period AT 5with PM Colton Harding twice in the first ten minutes to give the e lead.

Steak & VOL. 75 NO.5 pm 40064683 $ 1.25 includes PST & GST Thursday, February 2, 2017 Tigers would


respond before


third, lead ard Owen Fijala. Fijala would catch fire, four times


in the final


10 minutes, to give na their lead


heading into


final frame. s Harder,


the leading


scorer on the Aces lead the way throughout the game, and the eriod. Harder would Callrack up three goals in rd period


alone, adding


to his first period assecond period to reserve pair of agoals. table Aces would pepper 204-324-1200 the opposition net with ts on the night, only giving up 23. The Aces proved their record over the year, after a start have raised their record to 12-9, good rth in Zone 4, only one point behind third orris. The Aces will next play at home on at 8:00 p.m. and will finish their regular seath a match-up against PCI at home on Feb.

elks celebrate 2the official opening of playland. Successful streak


continues for the w.c. miller aces.

Cruisin? the carnival

Lori Penner Red River Valley Echo Altona?s annual Winter Carnival on Jan. 28 was another huge success. Exceptionally mild weather made for a great turnout for all of the scheduled events, which included a snowboard demonstration by a group of local enthusiasts. See page 18 for more images of the day.

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