Back left, Tyler Friesen, Henry Friesen - FB Industries; Harry Funk, Wayne Peters, Ken Penner - Bridge Road Development; Ryan Friesen, Jake Friesen - Steel Tech Inc. Front, Kenton Doerksen, Ernest Peters, Darren Funk, Robert Friesen, Brian Derksen, Dale Gislason - Gislason Targownik Peters; Debra Stockwell - Segue Career Options. (GREG VANDERMEULEN/Winkler Times)

Awards honour Winkler’s best

Representatives of Winkler’s business community and special guests packed the Winkler Bergthaler Church hall on Sept. 25.

The Morden Thunder soccer team is undefeated this year and a big reason is this week’s Rural High School Athlete of the Week. Soccer standout Cailin Enns earned the honour September 24 after showing leadership and scoring four goals in the last two games. (ANDREW PRUDEN/Morden Times)

Morden star player of the week

The Morden Thunder soccer team is undefeated this year and a big reason is this week’s Tri Star Rural High School Athlete of the Week.

The Pembina Valley Threshermen’s Museum raised a 1940s era red tractor up onto a pole by the entrance to the museum earlier last week. “We’re trying to get people to know that we’re here,” says the museum’s Kimberley Streimer. “We had people who came out from Winnipeg and they were so frustrated by the time they got here because they stopped in Winkler, they stopped in Morden and no one could tell them where we were. Seriously, and then they missed the signs and now at least I can say: look for the red tractor. It’s just short of putting up a flare-gun.” (JOEL NICKEL/Winkler Times)

Putting the past on a pedestal

The Pembina Valley Threshermen’s Museum raised a 1940s era red tractor up onto a pole by the entrance to the museum earlier last week.

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