Farmers Market set to begin

The Morden and District Chamber of Commerce (MDCC) Farmer’s Market will be starting next month but things are already well underway.

Almost three years since announcing their plan to convert Winkler’s old water tower into an arts centre, Winkler Arts and Culture (WAC) say they are almost ready to start renovations.

The end of the fundraising tunnel

Almost three years since announcing their plan to convert Winkler’s old water tower into an arts centre, WAC is almost ready to start.

Demonstrators from the Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation protest against the Red Sun Gas & Smoke Shop who they say owe approximately $2.1 million in outstanding rent. (GLEN HALLICK/Interlake Publishing)

Allegations continue to fly

As the legal action over the Red Sun Gas Bar and Smoke Shop continues, accusations are being flung back and forth between two camps.

Morden Park was turned into a cyclistís heaven May 24 as Many Hands Resource Centre hosted Bike Tune-up Day. Lovers of all things two wheeled were invited to the park from 2-5 where they could get their bikes tuned up for free by experts from Country Cycle, as well as local elite riders, and take a run at the exciting Cyclocross course that was set up by local Cyclocross star Heather Francis. The day was also a big one for Many Hands Resource Centre as cyclists could make a donation to the organization or bring a tin for the bin. (ANDREW PRUDEN/Morden Times)

Bike Tune-Up Day hosted

Morden Park was turned into a cyclistís heaven May 24 as Many Hands Resource Centre hosted Bike Tune-up Day.

Morden Co-op store celebrated their grand reopening after $1.5 million in renovations. (JOEL NICKEL/Morden Times)

Morden Co-op hosts reopening

“It’s almost been a year since we started the renovations and I’ve gotta say we’ve had our ups and down, but it’s been a good time."

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