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The mayor of Morris is hoping a major coffee franchise will give motorists one more reason to stop in his community. Gavin van der Linde expects ground to be broken on a Tim Hortons in the next few months. "It's been something we've been working on for just over three years already," he said. "There were a couple of really large hurdl...
The Red River is nearing its crest at Emerson today (Saturday) according to the latest Flood Outlook issued by the Province. Flows are in the order of 35,000 cubic fe ...
Donovan Froese, an automotive student at Garden Valley Collegiate in Winkler says the Manitoba Skills Competition last week was an enjoyable experience, and his silver place ...
Two hundred-thirty people turned out for the first ever free community meal in Plum Coulee. Organizer Jill Friesen began planning the dinner in March and says Monday's meal ...
The South East Prairie Thunder's Allan Cup run is over. The Prairie Thunder dropped a 3-2 decision to the Kenora Thistles on Thursday night in the quarterfin
Defenseman Kate Friesen of Altona, forwards Cassidy Carels of Bruxelles & Taylor Woods of Morden and goaltender Brittni Mowat of Glenboro were among 102 p
Despite it being the coldest winter in many years, winter wheat in Manitoba is likely off to a promising start, says the cereal crop specialist with Manitoba
After buying a 10 percent stake in Prairie West Terminal - a farmer-owned grain handler in west central Saskatchewan - back in January, CWB has announced deal