Monthly Archive

October 2017

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 18 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Passerby samaritan helps crash victim on #10 highway; voices concern about ambulance service cuts

A recent accident south of Boissevain demonstrates why locals are worried about plans to pull ambulance service from the community. According to RCMP, who were called in at 12:15pm on Saturday, Oct... read more..

Depth and balance to help BK’s this season

Border King manager Ed Dyck feels the changes made to the roster this year will help the hockey club push a little farther in the playoffs than they have for many a year. Dyck said ,as of last Mond... read more..

Serious rebuilding year for Broncos

High school hockey in a small town is always a challenge. In 2017-18 for the Boissevain Broncos, challenges will be greater than usual. The green and gold are getting ready for another high school ... read more..

Cemetery tour brings local history to life

Despite gale force winds, the Boissevain-Morton Cemetery Board was able to display this summer’s work and re-introduce the community to some of its architects and special citizens. The board held i... read more..

New Red Coat apartments ready for tenants soon

The shift of one part of the old Red Coat Inn into apartments is ongoing, with hopes it will be ready for occupancy soon. The old motel, bar and restaurant, which had been closed previously for som... read more..

Introducing the Goethals Family

When you listen to Blair Goethals talk about farming, you can hear passion in his voice. That passion spans four generations of Goethals farmers in Deloraine, Manitoba. Blair’s grandfather started the... read more..

Merger for Credit Union on table

The tradition of rural credit unions getting together to make larger entities continues. It was recently released that Sunrise Credit Union has entered into merger discussions with Prairie Mountain... read more..

RCMP issue warning after youth on bike hit near school

Local RCMP are calling for everyone to take serious safety precautions on #10 Highway due to the combination of road construction and the school location. An accident on Wednesday, October 11 demon... read more..

UCT celebrates 20 years of service

Although they might fly a bit under the radar, the United Commercial Travellers in Boissevain have been active in making the community a better place for 20 years. The official birthdate for the lo... read more..

Work on #10 tries to outrace freeze up

If weather cooperates, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation is hoping to have the bulk of the work in Boissevain finished by freeze up. Contractors have been diligently working on the highway... read more..

House concerts keep audiences coming back for more

The big 100 was reached for a very special artistic series that has continued a meeting tradition along #3 Highway. On September 25, Marco Castillo performed at the home of Merle Neufeld and Marily... read more..

Fish fry planned for revitalized Wildlife Association

Even if their first special event was not as popular as they hoped, the Turtle Mountain Wildlife Association is still pleased with the work they have done this year, and are hoping more will join them... read more..

$4.5 million in upgrades for Boissevain School

It has been a long time since the outside of Boissevain School has seen some work. It should look a little more refreshed in 2018. Considerable updating is planned for the east side of the original... read more..

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