Pickleball player Rose Sawatzky is bringing awareness to the sport.

Morden pickleballer promoting sport

A local pickleball player is bringing awareness to the sport through workshops this week. Rose Sawatzky has been playing pickleball for two years now.

Chicken Soup and the flu

A steaming bowl of chicken soup may make you feel better when you have a common cold, but it may not do the trick when you get influenza.

The Red River Wild PeeWee team was chosen to represent Manitoba in Canada’s PeeWee division at the 19th Annual Bell Capital Cup in Ottawa from Dec. 27-31. The team ended up undefeated, winning six games without having a single point made against them. Back row: coach Laurie Keck, coach Jared Wiebe, coach Kevin Klassen, manager Dixie Mazinke. Middle: #5 Rylan Keck, #6 Tyson Wiebe (A.P), #9 Keenan Bourcier, #12 Ayden Wiebe, #11Hayden Peters, #14 Spencer Sabourin. Front row: #10 Natasha Driedger, #2 Alex Manning, #31 Logan Mazinke, #7 Awstin Suwala, #4 Sebastien Hicks, #3 Ethan Clace.

Red River Wild makes Manitoba proud

Last month, the Red River Wild PeeWee team had the experience of a lifetime. They were chosen to represent Manitoba in a special Canada 150 PeeWee div

Freelance photographer Jay Siemens has created a calendar depicting his travels. The profits will go to the Canadian Mental Health Association.

A calendar with a cause

A brand new year is upon us. It's 2018, but many people still have their old 2017 calendars hanging on the wall. Jay Siemens has the perfect solution.

Frank Klassen of Burst Martial Arts presents a donation to Denise Thiessen of Donate Love. (SUPPLIED PHOTOS)

Donate Love welcomes donation

Donate Love welcomed a $1,000 donation from Burst Martial Arts, and owner of the Winkler location Frank Klassen is challenging others to step up.

Penner Waste donated $1,000 to Morden Christmas Cheer. (LAUREN MACGILL/Morden Times)

Penner Waste gives back

Barb and Jake Penner, owners of Penner Waste, donated their time and money to Morden Christmas Cheer this year.