Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Veteran Saskatchewan Reporter Manfred Joehnck Dies While Covering Trial

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Veteran Saskatchewan Reporter Manfred Joehnck Dies While Covering Trial

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Veteran reporter Manfred Joehnck dies

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BATTLEFORD, Sask. - Veteran Saskatchewan reporter Manfred Joehnck has died.

Joehnck worked for the Missinipi Broadcasting Corporation, which announced the death in a story that was posted on its website Monday.

MBC says Joehnck died suddenly in the Battleford, Sask., where he was covering the murder trial of Gerald Stanley, a farmer accused of killing an Indigenous man.

A cause of death wasn't given.

Joehnck, who was 64, was a familiar name and face for television viewers across the province as a news anchor for CTV Regina from 2001 to 2011.

Prior to that, he was the news director at CKRM Radio in Regina for 14 years.

"Joehnck also did some work with MBC in the 1980s, training young journalists on how to use equipment, resources and interviews and how to tell a story," the MBC story said. …

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