Redskins Move Into Fourth With Win Over Hawks
Written by Dantin Reimer   
Thursday, 18 December 2014 23:07

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The defending South Eastern Manitoba Hockey League Champion Morden Redskins improve to 5-4 on the season as they edge the Notre Dame Hawks 6-4 Thursday in Morden.

"It's just nice to get into the win column now," shared Redskins defence Dallas Holenski, who chipped in with a pair of assists in the game. "We were struggling to get some points lately, and it's kind of nice to get a few before Christmas. We aren't satisfied with that. We have to put a stretch together."

It took under a minute for the Hawks to get on the board as Jamie Mousseau was able to find the back of the net. Notre Dame held that 1-0 lead until roughly the half way point in the first when Chris Reimer beat Hawks net-minder Marc Lesage, who made 32 saves in a loosing effort. Before the period was over Steve Clark scored his first of two on the night, with Nicolas Chanel and Ryan Robidoux picking up the helpers.

"It was a bit of a surprise," explained Notre Dame head coach Rick Prejet. "We weren't expecting a high scoring game like this against Morden. The last time we played them it was a 2-1 game. Typically their games aren't really high scoring, so we weren't expecting a ten goals in the game. Having said that, our guys battled hard right to the end, and a couple of breaks could have changed the game pretty quick."

The second twenty saw the Redskins jump out in front with goals from Graham Leiding and Kelby Friesen. In the final five minutes of the middle frame Steve Clark, and Jason Yuel beat Morden's goaltender Reed Peters, who go the win and stopped 30 shots along the way.

The Hawks went into the final period leading the defending champions by one, but Morden scored three unanswered goals by Graham Leiding (2), Tyler Peers, and Clint Olsen (EN)

This was the second meeting between the two clubs. The first meeting was to open the season for both teams with Morden coming out on top 2-1, and tonight's game would have been a one goal game as well, until Olsen's empty net goal with :27 seconds left.

"I just think it's to good teams that work hard, and are evenly matched," shared Yuel. "The way Morden checks, they are going to keep you in a tight game. They want to slow the game down, keep the game close, and capitalize on your turnovers, and they did that tonight."

Notre Dame (4-5) will entertain the (8-1) league leading Winkler Royals Saturday, while the Redskins will prepare to head to Altona to square off with the Maroons Tuesday.

"Obviously, for one getting the puck to (Jayme) Janzen for sure," said Redskins coach Mark Thiessen. "They got a pretty good team over there, there's no question about that. I think the biggest thing is the physiological thing against Jayme right now, because he's kind of got our number. We have to battle hard to get it back."

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Last Updated on Friday, 19 December 2014 00:25
Winkler Police Seek Public’s Help in IDing Suspects
Written by Chris Sumner   
Friday, 19 December 2014 06:04

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Winkler Police is turning to the public for help in identifying two individuals linked to a shoplifting incident Monday at Real Canadian Superstore.
The suspects were approached in the parking lot after being observed leaving the store with a cart full of unpaid merchandise.  When confronted, the suspects abandoned the cart full of electronics and fled. They were last seen traveling eastbound on Cargill Road.
The individuals were captured on surveillance video when they entered the store, prior to the offence.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Winkler Police, and callers may remain anonymous.

CKMW Big League
Written by Tyler Hildebrand   
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 09:38


The baseball season is here, and 1570 CKMW is ready to play ball!! We're excited to give you kids the 'Big League' Feel at their next game!

Each week – a crew from CKMW will attend a minor ball game. We'll bring along our PA system, seeds from Sunny Day Products, and more.

Your game could be next! Call 204-331-2272, e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or leave us a message on facebook, telling us when and where your son or daughter's next ball game is. We will select 1 team each week and attend their game. Each member of the team receives a $5 A&W Gift Card!

It may not be the Major Leagues....but it is the CKMW Big Leagues, and its a lot more fun!


One of our winning teams:  Winkler 2 Squirt Girls!

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 May 2013 06:03
Morden City Council Members Going Paperless
Written by Vickie Addison   
Friday, 19 December 2014 06:03

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Morden City Council Members will be receiving laptops purchased by the city, to save paper as well as alleviate some frustrations on the part of the city's tech department.
Mayor Ken Wiebe says until now all the councillors have been working off a different device, with different capabilities. He adds, this was making it difficult for the technology department to maintain the software needed to make sure councillors had the information required.

"Everybody will have the same laptop, every laptop will have the same ability, every laptop will be programmed the same, and when it needs to be updated, it will be updated the same. It's just going to eliminate a lot of frustration," explained Wiebe.
He adds, at the end of their four year term Councillors can keep the laptop after all data has bee scrubbed from it, if their leaving council. If they will be staying on, the laptops will be upgraded at that time.

Katie Cares Donates Back To The Community
Written by Dantin Reimer   
Friday, 19 December 2014 05:52

katiecaresdonation december182014L-R: Katie Care's - Rob Suderman, Naomi Fehr - Candlelighters rep, Katie Care's - Helen Kinsman, and Katie Care's - Sharon Dueck

Katie Care's was in the giving spirit this week when it made a number of donations to organizations and groups which Katie used before her passing.

"One will go to Garden Valley Collegiate for $1,000, the second one will go to Ronald McDonald for $630, Candlelighters (Childhood Cancer Support Group) got $630, and (Winkler) Emmanuel Mennonite Church got $500," said Katie Care's Ruth Reimer.

Meanwhile, Candlelighter's representative Naomi Fehr stated they are very grateful for the contribution.

"We plan events throughout the year for families who have children who live with cancer," shared Fehr. "This covers all of Canada, and that's where this will be going to."

Reimer noted the money donated was the interest accumulated on the Katie Care's endowment fund held at the Winkler Community Foundation.

She explained why they chose these four organizations.

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