The death of a 19-year-old man that shocked and confused Winkler was just a tragic accident, family members say.
As October quickly comes to a close, I’d like to take a moment to remind readers that November is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
It’s hard enough to get the most votes in an election but when you’re not an incumbent it’s almost impossible.
Reading and literacy are key components of early childhood education and Central Station’s Joyce Sawatsky wants local children to have access.
Brian Callum is ready to assume his new role as reeve for the Rural Municipality of Thompson.
Many are still trying to overcome the shock and anger generated by last week’s cowardly act of terror in Ottawa.
Carman Area RCMP said a two-month-old escaped injury when the vehicle the baby was travelling in was involved in a collision.
Witches, dragons and even Batman were seen running around the Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre October 25. The CFDC hosted their Halloween Hootenanny,
The Morden Redskins gave local minor hockey players a chance to experience life in the SEMHL.
The Winkler and District Christmas Cheerboard are hoping to brighten the holiday.
RCMP report they have found a body in the area searched for Travis Sukkau, but could not confirm if it was him.
The deadline to drop off Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes - November 16 - is fast approaching.