The Pembina Threshermen’s Museum is turning to the imagination of young Canadians for their next “station”.
The number of Manitobans bolting to greener pastures in other provinces increased for the second year in a row in 2014.
The Carman Chamber of Commerce looked back on yet another successful year at their annual general meeting.
Do you have a sidekick?
The Carman Golf & Curling Club will host some top curling teams this weekend.
The Winkler Harvest Festival will be celebrating 30 years in 2015, and has created a new logo for the occasion.
A few years back, medical marijuana became legal.
Get your spoons and loose pants ready, it’s almost time for Pembina Hills Art Council’s Chili Bowl Fundraiser.
The “White House” that stood by Winkler Elementary School was demolished by Triple L Excavating after being awarded the demolition tender.
The City of Winkler held a public consultation on Wednesday, March 18 to discuss the proposed Winkler Exhibition and Culture Centre.
Morris Youth for Christ held a dessert night celebration on March 19.
By Andrew Pruden