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Efforts continue this summer to revive the original Crow Wing Trail in the eastern Red River Valley region. Wayne Arseny is the trail boss and has been busy this summer mowing the grass and weeds along historic route and erecting signage along the historic pathway. The Crow Wing Trail was initially established in the 1800’s as an ox...
Winners of Morden's Photo Contest have been announced. The contest put on by the Morden Tourism Marketing Team asked citizens to submit photos of their fav ...
The seventh annual Big Hit Slow Pitch Tournament in support of Children's Camps International (CCI) raised thousands of dollars over the weekend. The event, held in Winkler, ...
It is being billed as the best Plum Fest to date. That from event Chair Al Ruttan who, when reflecting on the weekend festival, says good music and good food drew one of the ...
The Altona PeeWee "AA" Bisons took home the silver medal from the Western Canadian Baseball Championships in Swift Current this past weekend. The Bisons, who
The Manitoba Golf Hall of Fame has announced it's annual class of inductees. Chair of the Induction selection committee, Don Macdonald will join Brad Fehr on
The province's weekly provincial crop report has indicated that harvest of spring cereal crops has started in Manitoba, with early reports indicating
It's hard to believe that with such a wet spring and early summer that farmers are now asking for a bit of rain. Doug Chorney, President of Keystone Agricult
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