Monthly Archive

September 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 17 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Keeping Terry’s legacy alive

It might have been nearly 40 years since the Marathon of Hope, but in Boissevain School, the legend of Terry Fox lives on. The school completed its 36th Terry Fox Run on Monday. How they handle the... read more..

Energy and dedication recognized, 5-blooms for Mayor Ed Anderson

  Canada’s 150th birthday was a special one for Boissevain beautification, with an extra appropriate award for the founder of the efforts. September 16 was the date for the national award ceremoni... read more..

Crew helps preserve Boissevain Cemetery headstones

Long awaited work to spruce up history at the Boissevain Cemetery began recently. The Cemetery Board received a Canada 150 grant of $15,000 earlier this year from the Boissevain & Morton Founda... read more..

Boissevain ‘sticks it’ to cancer

If the two previous Stick it to Cancer street hockey tournaments were an iceless return to the outdoor game, 2017 was the evolution into the indoor variety. The Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser i... read more..

Don Vitko’s cacti collection - a fantastic tale

Don Vitko is happy because his plants are happy. The longtime cacti and succulent collector was the keynote speaker at the Provincial Communities in Bloom celebration at the International Peace Gar... read more..

Remembering Annie 09.11.2001

Kramer, North Dakota resident Jennifer Issendorf places some flowers at the Peace Garden 9-11 memorial in honour of her childhood friend who was killed that horrific day 16 years ago. Ann Nicole Ne... read more..

Hicks trail ride celebrates family ties

Once again, the Hicks family took the opportunity of a nice weekend to celebrate their ties to their past and their home area. The fourth annual Hicks Memorial Ride was held on September 9 and 10 a... read more..

Staff to implement new ideas for 2017-18 year

With a new school year upon them, Boissevain School staff and students are continuing to develop the combination of academics and character building they are known for. According to Principal Steph... read more..

Weather’s hot, combines roll

The community should be seeing some happy farmers this fall. Harvest 2017 is in full swing, with some crops nearly all off the land. According to Richard Pugh of Paterson Grain in Boissevain, the r... read more..

Boissevain fights to prevent closure of EMS station

If keeping the EMS services in the community is a battle that must be fought, the Municipality of Boissevain-Morton has assembled a pretty impressive arsenal of facts, with enough ammunition to keep g... read more..

Preparing for marijuana legalization

Marijuana, just bringing that word into a conversation can get many varied reactions. Marijuana has been legal since 2001 for medical purposes. Is Canada going to be ready for recreational marijuana o... read more..

New refugee family gets settled in Boissevain

The Boissevain Resettlement Committee is in the process of settling Boissevain’s newest family, while the entire community makes them welcome. On Thursday, August 17, members of the committee went ... read more..

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