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Steven Sukkau

UPDATE: Three In Hospital After Two-Vehicle Collision Sunday

Three local residents are recovering in hospital after a serious collision Sunday morning. At 9:15 a.m August 19, Carman RCMP responded to a two-vehicle collision near Chortitz at the intersection of... read more..

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Sydney Hildebrandt

Arnaud HOPE Grow Project Sees 'Best Turn Out' In Years

A team of farmers gathered on Monday at the 22nd annual HOPE (Helping Other People Eat) grow project east of Arnaud to harvest 160 acres of spring wheat. HOPE is one of the dozens of Manitoba project... read more..

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Dean Penner

Cause Of Combine Blaze Remains Unknown (GALLERY)

**Updated Tuesday, 10:30 a.m.** The cause of a combine fire Monday in the Greenridge area remains unknown. Todd Nichols, deputy fire chief for the Dominion City Fire Department, said, however, it is read more..

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Chris Sumner

Highway 75 Upgrades Underway

Manitoba Infrastructure is repairing the concrete joints along Highway 75, south of Ste. Agathe. Regional Construction Engineer A.J. Miller says the work is happening in the southbound lanes between ... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Ron MacLean And Hometown Hockey Coming To Winkler

Winkler will be the national hockey epicenter this March when legend Ron MacLean arrives to broadcast live as part of the Hometown Hockey national tour. Why was Winkler chosen? Mayor Martin Harder sa... read more..

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Chris Sumner

High Temperatures Contributing To High Camping Numbers In Morden

The sun and hot temperatures have benefited the Morden Campground at Lake Minnewasta. During the summer the campground has been incredibly busy says Community Events & Recreation Manager Clare Ag... read more..

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Chris Sumner

More Support Coming for Plum Coulee's Active Living Centre

The Plum Coulee Active Living Centre is getting a financial boost from the province. The facility officially opened to the public in May of this year. Centre spokesperson June Letkeman says they... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Banned From Restaurant, Local Man Arrested After Weekend Assault

A 29-year-old male, banned from Tim Hortons in Morden, was arrested for assault after an incident at the restaurant this weekend. Around 2:00 AM, on August 18, an off-duty police officer arrested the... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Fire Destroys Crystal City Elevator And Business (GALLERY)

Fire has destroyed two buildings in Crystal City, including one the community's grain elevators. Flames were seen shooting high above the wooden Paterson Grain facility located on South Railway Avenue... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Goertzen To Explore Significant Changes In Education

New Education Minister Kelvin Goertzen says the Manitoba government is exploring significant changes to the education system. Goertzen says it has been a hectic few weeks as he makes the transition to... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Serious Two-Vehicle Collision South Of Winkler

Early reports indicate a serious accident took place south of Winkler Sunday morning. The two-vehicle collision occurred at an intersection north of the village of Chortitz. Winkler Fire Department, ... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

80 VW Bug Enthusiasts Share Labour Of Love

It was the perfect weekend for the 5th Annual ‘Dubs at the Lake’ Car Show and Shine, drawing over 80 Volkswagens from both sides of the border to Killarney for the 2-day event. Killarney residents an... read more..

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Dean Penner

Winkler Golf Course Holding Up Under Very Dry Summer

Some municipal golf courses in our area are struggling to stay green. The severe lack of rain this summer has put a lot of stress on local courses as they try to manage their evaporating water source... read more..

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Dean Penner

Winkler Cracks Down On Industrial Burn Barrels

The City of Winkler is hoping to crack down on burn barrels in the industrial area. The Winkler Fire Department recently flagged concerns regarding open-air burning of garbage and debris by industria... read more..

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Dean Penner

After School Program In Morris May Have Found New Home

The Kids on the Corner program in Morris may be making a move to the Morris Multiplex. "The Busynest Daycare has two facilities, they run the Busy Nest Daycare which is a daycare, and then they run K... read more..

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Dean Penner

Winkler Council Finds Compromise With Semi Trucks Parking On Driveways

The City of Winkler is loosening up by-laws to allow truck drivers to park an unattached semi on their driveway. The previous by-law banned semi trucks from parking on residential driveways, forcing ... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Future Of MCC's Volunteer Base Falls Into Hands Of New Generation

Traditionally, Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) thrift stores have relied on retired seniors with Mennonite backgrounds to fill the majority of their volunteer base. But with an ageing population and... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Province Continues To Remind Water Users About Aquatic Invasive Species

A common misconception with zebra mussels, an aquatic invasive species in Manitoba, is that they are widespread and it's too late to take control of the population, but that's not the case, according ... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Smoking in Vehicles With Child Passengers is Illegal

The Province would like to remind residents of Southern Manitoba that smoking in vehicles when children are present is illegal. Andrew Loughead, the Manager of Tobacco Control for the Department of H... read more..

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Ryan Funk

New Entertainment Brings Excitement At Plum Fest

As August comes to its peak, the community of Plum Coulee celebrated with Plum Fest. A staple event for the town each year, with one of their most well-received elements the waffle and crackles break... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Fire Breaks Out At Industrial Plant In Winkler

A fire broke out on the property of Acrylon Plastics in Winkler Friday afternoon on Airport Dr. The fire appears to have originated in the dumpster behind the plant. Winkler Fire Department members ... read more..

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Susanne Allmendinger

An Average Of Twenty Collisions A Year Involve Farm Equipment

With harvest underway, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) wants Manitoba farmers and motorists to keep safety in mind. Stress while driving may be heightened during this extremely busy period, as farm t... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Burgers To Beat MS Raises Support For A Cure

Hundreds of burger fans flocked to A&W Thursday for Burgers to Beat MS Day. In total 599 Teen Burgers were sold, as well as 33 Double Teen Burgers and $102 in donations received, raising over $1,3... read more..

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Susanne Allmendinger

3 Vehicle Collision In Morris

The Morris Fire Department, EMS and RCMP responded to a 3 vehicle collision this morning in the Town of Morris. The accident occurred at the intersection of HWY 75 and Stampede Drive on the south end... read more..

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Chris Sumner

Morden Using University Study To Handle Algae

After a planned partnership with the University of Manitoba, the City of Morden has been working with the school to figure out how to reduce algae in Morden's water supply. Over the summer Deputy Cit... read more..

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Dean Penner

Poor Air Quality Triggers Health Concerns

Smoke from wildfires in British Columbia continues to loom over the province, causing some health concerns. However, the medical officer for Southern Health-Sante Sud says the smoke does not pose much... read more..

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Dean Penner

Altona Fringe Area Plan One Step Closer To Reality

The RPGA Planning District has approved the Altona Fringe Area Secondary Plan and is recommending that its member municipalities, Altona and Rhineland Municipality, do the same. The document has been... read more..

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Dean Penner

Leadership Gathers To See Progress On Line 3 Pipeline

Several leaders from the local, Provincial, and Federal government were in attendance at Enbridge's Line 3 Replacement Program (L3RP) pipeline construction right-of-way (ROW) tour. Enbridge's largest... read more..

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Susanne Allmendinger

An Eerie Look Outside

The sky has an eerie look in the Pembina Valley today. Dense smoke from forest fires in British Columbia is blanketing the skies and obscuring the sun. Conditions are forecast to improve Friday. Th... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Rural Crime Increases In Manitoba

Manitoba has the second highest crime rates in the country according to Canada's 2017 Police Reported Crime Statistics. Manitoba reported a three percent increase in the Crime Severity Index, with Sas... read more..

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