Monthly Archive


Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 68 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Mask mandate lifted, gathering restrictions eased in PMH

Starting Friday, September 18, the Prairie Mountain Health region will be lowered to the COVID-19 yellow caution level, according to the #RestartMB Pandemic Response System. This is in response to an ... read more..

Plans set to have arena operating in October

Everything might not be back to normal, but another part of the community will soon be moving in that direction.The coronavirus pandemic has been lasting longer than many imagined, and has for a time ... read more..

Name change for Deloraine Nygard park

Deloraine-Winchester is putting any controversy in the past and looking at a new future when it comes to their popular park.A decision was made earlier this year to take the Nygard out of Nygard Park.... read more..

Assisted living facility a step closer to reality

A project that seemed “in the future” for a long time, is now taking shape before the organizers’ eyes.Construction of the assisted living facility just south of the Boissevain Health Centre on #10 Hi... read more..

New restrictions in PMH, local businesses start requiring masks

At least a few local businesses have been taking an extra step to protect staff and customers as the coronavirus continues to rear its ugly head in Manitoba.At one point, COVID-19 looked as if it had ... read more..

Past to Present Ag Parade to grace Boissevain streets

The streets of Boissevain will see a unique parade this weekend.The Past to Present Agricultural Parade will grace the streets of town on Sunday, August 9. The brainchild of organizer Warren Wright, h... read more..

Escaping COVID Down Under

Facing the COVID-19 pandemic in Manitoba was worrisome enough, but for many people in the province and the country as a whole, first they had to get back to the Great White North.This was true of Rick... read more..

A journey through COVID-19 recovery

“No, I just felt awful. It just drained me. I wouldn’t wish that on anyone.”That is the message of Grant Harder of Boissevain. As far as anyone knows at this point, he is the community’s only victim o... read more..

A special graduation 75th anniversary

Luella Noble recently celebrated a very special graduation ceremony.The Boissevain native was in Brandon on June 13 to visit Lorna Workman. They are two-thirds of the surviving class of nurses of 1945... read more..

Just like the year, Grad will be unforgettable

All graduating classes build memories that last a lifetime. The Boissevain Class of 2020 is no different. What is unique is not what they have built for themselves, but what the world has built for th... read more..

Golf Club gets more into swing as province opens up

As the province continues opening up from the coronavirus, golfers are hitting the links and enjoying more optimism and better weather.When the world, including Manitoba, was in the middle of the COVI... read more..

Grad to proceed following provincial regulations

The Class of 2020 will indeed be able to have a graduation ceremony in June, albeit with a few changes.Allowing the students graduating this spring an opportunity to celebrate their achievement and sa... read more..

Teachers headed back to classroom June 1

Although classes will not be resuming as normal this spring, there will be a little more life in the Turtle Mountain School Division institutions in the last month of the school year.Classes were susp... read more..

2020 budget revised due to COVID-19

In an unusual year, there was no reason to believe the municipal budgeting process would be anything but different. Council for Boissevain-Morton is trying to balance the changes and challenges due to... read more..

Service clubs feel the impact of COVID-19

Like many in the community, the coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on the various service groups. In many cases, these crucial volunteers have been on hold this spring and are hoping to get going ... read more..

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