The Pembina Valley Orioles need to get back to their early season form, and they need to do it soon.
In June the Morden Community Thrift Store gave back their biggest amount of money to the community to the tune of $500,000.
Despite a lack of funding from provincial and federal governments, the proposed Meridian Exhibition Centre will be going forward, just scaled down.
They had to work overtime, but the Morden Mohawks did their job.
R.M. of Stanley voters will have the opportunity to determine if cannabis will be allowed in a retail location in the municipality.
The R.M. of Stanley is looking for reassurance from the provincial government that they won’t be forgotten under a new roads funding program.
The only thing Winkler’s 11U AA baseball team lost last weekend was the championship final coin toss.
The Carman Cardinals gave the fans another exciting night, but came up short.
The Winkler Whips brought their best defensive game of the year when they needed it most.
The playoffs just started, and the Morden Mohawks are firing on all cylinders.
Prairie performers will take to the stage in Winkler Aug. 3 the evening before the world record attempt Harvest for Kids.
Nearing the midpoint in the season, Carmania SC are ready to leap up the table.