Everyone (pretty much) has heard of Doctors Without Borders which is a great organization.
As most people in southern Manitoba know, we have a large aging population.
Re: The Nine former Hutterites that left their colony and the letter by Harv Klassen (that ran in the Nov. 14 edition of the Winkler Times).
Over five years in the making, the Buhler Active Living Centre board is looking to the business community to invest in the future of the project.
Local country, Christian and folk musician Lindsay Dueck aims to inspire listeners this holiday season with hopeful melodies in her first album.
The tree lighting ceremony in Winkler was cancelled, but residents can still take in the Olde Tyme Christmas today, Dec. 5.
The Carman Beavers find themselves in search of a win after dropping both contests of a recent two game stretch.
It’s almost time for Santa to pay his annual early visit to Carman.
The Carman Cougar boys volleyball team came up with an impressive showing at provincials but just missed out on coming home with a medal.
The Winkler Flyers’ 9-17-4 record is far from stellar, but a recent split over the weekend has seen them move up into the third last position.
Winkler police stepped in when a person threatened her own life, just one file in a busy week for the service.
Music lovers kicked off the Christmas season with some blues, soul and rock & roll last weekend at the Tis' the Season... To Find a Cure concert.