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Brooklyn Toews

38 Polar Plungers Raise Nearly $20,000 (VIDEO)

The fourth annual Morden Polar Plunge for Special Olympics Manitoba (SOM) took place Saturday afternoon alongside the community's annual Multicultural Winterfest. This year saw nearly $20,000 raised ... read more..

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Brooklyn Toews

Hockey With A Meaning

Utilizing a frozen potato reservoir, the second Pembina Valley Pond Hockey Tournament took place Saturday, (February 16th) raising money for the Pembina Valley Bible Camp (PVBC). Six teams hit the ic... read more..

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Brooklyn Toews

Carman Garden Club Kicking Off Their 90th Year

The Carman Garden Club held their first ever meeting in March, 1929 with A. S. Doyle being the first president. In the early days there were 133 members that only had to pay $1 for membership, and in ... read more..

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Brooklyn Toews

New Care Model In Schools To Help Children With Challenging Behaviours

School can be tough for any student, and it can be more so if a student is dealing with challenging behaviours. Collaborative and Proactive Solutions (CPS) is a model of care Dr. Ross Greene created,... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Local Entrepreneurs Make A Deal On Dragons' Den

Local entrepreneurs faced the dragons of Dragons' Den and came away with a $400,000 deal. Brows by G owners and husband and wife team Giovanna Minenna, and Scott Russell pitched the capital investors... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Morden Police Encourage Reporting Of Suspicious Activities

"We always encourage people to call; no call is too trivial. We'd rather show up and find out it's nothing than find out after that something did occur, and somebody could have called to prevent it." read more..

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Ryan Funk

Modern Roof Trusses Built To Carry Heavy Snow Weight

If you're concerned about the weight of snow on your rooftop, you can save yourself the worry. Myron Derksen, the chief building inspector for the MSTW Planning District, says modern roof trusses are ... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Province To Review Youth Justice System

When 60 percent of youth in correction facilities also involved in CFS, Justice Minister Cliff Cullen says it's time to create a more comprehensive approach. The provincial government is undertaking ... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Romance Scams Cost Canadians Millions

RCMP report Canadians were scammed out of $22.5-million through the Romance Scams in 2018. That's only what has been reported to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre. Of that total, over $812,000 was lost ... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Local Businesses Warned Of Phone Hack

A number of local companies are dealing with the fallout of having their phone systems hacked. Solutions IT's Wes Ens explains a number of businesses have reported their phone system being hacked and... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Multicultural Winterfest Returning To Morden For 11th Year

After 10 successful years of sharing the variety of cultures in the Pembina Valley, the Multicultural Winterfest is coming back for the 11th year this Saturday. One of the organizers, Jewel White, sa... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

School Looking Into Social Media Post Insulting Prime Minister

A local teacher came under fire Thursday after posing with a politician and holding sign with a disparaging message regarding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The post has since been deleted from the M... read more..

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Ryan Funk

Buhler Active Living Centre Celebrates Valentines By Supporting Katie Cares

This Valentine's Day Buhler Active Living Centre (BALC) spread the love, approaching Katie Cares to be the recipient of their February fundraiser.  The evening filled with delightful food and mu... read more..

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Candace Derksen

UPDATE - Tactical Team Spotted In Altona Friday Morning

There is nothing to report after members of the Regional Support Tactical Team were spotted in Altona Friday morning.  Altona Police Chief Perry Batchelor says the incident, at an apartment comp... read more..

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Pam Fedack

New Director Of Community Services Named In Winkler

The City of Winkler is welcoming its new Director of Community Services, Jody Penner. "I'm very excited... I see the city of Winkler as a strong, growing community... certainly in the area of recreat... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Looking At Relationships On Singles Awareness Day

Valentine's Day can be a difficult time for some; February 15 is Singles Awareness Day and a counsellor at Pembina Counselling Centre says it should be an opportunity to take care of yourself. "Self-... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Racers Set To Endure Manitoba Winter

When the clock strikes ten o'clock this evening and many southern Manitobans are getting ready for bed, a group of runners will be taking their marks, as they set out on a 162 kilometre long journey. ... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Winkler Outlines Tax Rate For Fire And Police Services

As part of on-going efforts to show ratepayers exactly where their tax dollars are going, the City of Winkler is outlining the number of tax dollars set aside for fire and police protection services w... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Speed Reduction Approved For Rosenort's Main Drag

With a speed reduction set to take effect shortly, traffic coming into Rosenort from the east will have to slow down earlier. After three applications to the Highway Traffic Board, the R.M. of Morris... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Altona Resident Eyes Tory Candidacy In Borderland

The Borderland Progressive Conservative Association was just formed this week and already one person has stepped forward to be the next candidate to represent the constituency in the Manitoba legislat... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

Students Raise Money By Performing "Singing Valentines" (VIDEO)

Students from Ecole Morden Middle School travelled the region Thursday delivering singing valentines. Members of the school's jazz choir drove to local businesses and homes February 14 to perform a r... read more..

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Steven Sukkau

GVC Is Greasing Up The Winkler Concert Hall Stage (GALLERY)

A summer romance is coming to life on the evening of Valentine's Day with Garden Valley Collegiate's first performance of the musical Grease (School Version). The cast has been working hard for the p... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Winkler City Manager Retiring After 27 Year Career

After a 27-year-career with the City of Winkler, Barb Dyck is retiring. Mayor Martin Harder says the community has been blessed by her service, "her attitude and reactions always set the temperature.... read more..

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Dean Penner

Local MP Says Carbon Tax Would Be Axed By A Tory Government

Lawyers for the federal government and its supporters will get a chance Thursday to make their case in a Regina court on why theybelieve Ottawa has the legal power to impose a carbon tax on Saskatchew... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Borderland PC Party Members Form New Association

The new Borderland Progressive Conservative Association is now officially in place. Local party members gathered in Altona this week for the inaugural meeting where a constitution was passed and a ne... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Revolutionary Medicine Introduced February 14, 1929

Valentine's Day is a celebration of romance and love, yet it also has significant connections with medical discoveries. On February 14, 1929, a Professor of Bacteriology at St. Mary's Hospital in Lon... read more..

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Pam Fedack

2018 First Year Of Planned Twin Births At BTHC

For the first time ever, planned twin births took place at Boundary Trails Health Centre between Morden and Winkler. Last year, BTHC saw 970 births, and six sets of twins. Director of Health Services... read more..

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Candace Derksen

Federal, Provincial Governments Announce Millions In Road Improvements For The Region

A handful of highways in the region will be getting some upgrades as part of a multi-million dollar infrastructure investment from the federal and provincial governments.  Over $8 million will b... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Bergen Calls For Immediate Answers In Latest PMO Allegations

The Member of Parliament for Portage-Lisgar says immediate answers are needed following the latest allegations surrounding the Prime Minister's office. A report this week indicated the PMO pressured ... read more..

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Pam Fedack

Schuler Applauds Federal Task Force On School Bus Safety

  Manitoba Infrastructure Minister Ron Schuler welcomes the federal government's decision to investigate the need for seatbelts on school buses. Federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau announced read more..

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