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Monthly Archive

2024

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find totaly 16 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.

Curling clubs and skating rinks benefit from Efficiency MB grants

  By the turn of the season, several local winter recreation facilities should have new, more efficient lighting with some help from a dedicated organization. In Boissevain and Elgin, skating and cu... read more..

Potential daycare expansion topic of Town Hall

Daycare wait lists are a concern for many families. With both parents working being the norm, childcare is a top priority. Available spots vary among facilities. Wee ‘R’ Special Daycare in Deloraine ... read more..



Film to encapsulate history, challenges of Whitewater Lake

  A lake that may not really be a lake, one that can be dry or overflowing, but that always has an impact on farms and land around it, is the subject of new film by a local historical group. The Tur... read more..

Firefighters benefit from ice rescue training

  Local firefighters took advantage of an opportunity to add to their winter rescue skills last weekend. Members of the Deloraine and Boissevain-Morton Fire Departments took to the classroom in the ... read more..


$50 million in meth seized at Boissevain port of entry

  Canada Border Services Agencies (CBSA) and Manitoba RCMP say they have made the largest narcotics seizure in prairie history, over $50 million in meth. CBSA and RCMP held a press conference in Win... read more..


Turtle Mountain adventures

It is easy to enjoy Turtle Mountain Provincial Park in the winter, as this Boissevain group did on Sunday, January 21. (L-R) Ross Wilkinson, Les Houston, Milt Stobbe, Steve Cann, Rosa May, Patti Unrau... read more..


Book celebrates Anchorage history

  Don Engbrecht once honoured a famous house in his neck of the woods by using its materials in his own renovations. Now he is doing it again with a book that will keep its story alive. Engbrecht re... read more..


Parkside Inn, motel and vendor prepare for opening

  A part return to the old use of the Red Coat Inn building in Boissevain should be opening very soon. The Parkside Inn, owned by Gene and Patti Unrau, is in the finishing stages. The combination mo... read more..


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